You want the best angle on New York’s Madison Square Garden sports? How about a 17% angle increase in the seats contained in the newly renovated upper bowl? It promises to bring you 10 feet closer to the action taking place beneath you.
Bigger and Better MSG Seating
Take a look at the Madison Square Garden Seating Chart and you’ll see what I’m talking about (at least on paper). You’ll want to experience it in person, no doubt, the angle and closeness of these seats is only one aspect of the 3-part renovation taking place at the Garden. Nostalgia has won out in the re-installation of the ‘Blue Seats’ of old. While you’re enjoying the new angle of the ‘cheap seats’ don’t forget to take a break in the newly remodeled concession area and restaurants on the more spacious 8th level, but also the and bigger and better sports team shops (in the now roomy lobby at the 7th Avenue entrance).
Sports Aren’t All Madison Square Garden Is Known For You Know
How many of you have attended a concert at the Garden? Some of music’s biggest celebs have performed there and all have marveled at the reportedly perfect acoustics. But with the seating remodeling, the ceiling overhaul and all the other alterations taking place one may be left to ponder: will the sound be as flawless as it once was or if in reality the renovators have failed miserably to improve on perfection (at least as it relates to acoustics). Regardless of how concerts go over, sports fans should be ecstatic about all the new and wonderful changes that are taking place at Madison Square Garden.
And if you’re a sports fan that prefers to watch the game in luxury you’ll be happy to hear that 58 new suites have been added as yet another aspect of the renovation project.