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Madison Square Garden (MSG) is a multi-purpose indoor area in Manhattan, New York City. It is located adjacent to Penn Station a few blocks down from Times Square. MSG is called "the Mecca" because it hosts the top events in the country. It opened in 1968 but has been renovated recently so its a great place to attend an event.

It has a capacity of about 20,000 fans for concert and just a bit less for an basketball or hockey game. The arena is arranged in six levels, including floor, loge, 100-level, 200-level, promenade, and mezzanine. The loge level is where you want to be for all sporting events. It gives you great views from the baseline or you can get the club seats along the sideline. The single-digit sections are the best in the arena, while the 100-level seats are all still very close to the action.

MSG is the home venue of the New York Knicks and NY Rangers, as well as, the host venue to big events like the Big East Basketball Tournament and NIT Finals. MSG ranks in the top five busiest music venues in the world, in terms of ticket sales. The biggest artists play MSG when they are on-tour including the legendary Billy Joel.

Fans in New York attending an event at the Garden, do not need to worry about parking. The easiest ways to get to MSG from Manhattan are to walk, ride the subway or use a car service. There is an express subway line running through Midtown which drops off within a couple of blocks of the entrance. If you are staying anywhere Times Square it is an easy walk from your hotel to the entrance at MSG.

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Gila River Arena Information

  • Location: Glendale, Arizona
  • Address: 9400 West Maryland Avenue, Glendale, Arizona 85305
  • Capacity: 17,125 (hockey)
  • Year Opened: 2003
  • Previous Names: Glendale Arena
  • Occupants: Phoenix Coyotes

The Phoenix Coyotes have been a force in the Western Conference since they came to Arizona in 1996 as the city's first professional hockey team. Gila River Arena, the Coyotes' home since 2003, is located in Glendale, Arizona, and sits next to the Arizona Cardinals' new stadium. As a result, numerous hotels, restaurants, and bars have popped up around the arena, giving fans plenty to do before the puck drops. The building seats nearly 18,000 people and is easily accessible from Loop 101, which goes around Phoenix's suburbs. The Coyotes also offer free parking for fans, making them the only team in all of the four major professional sports to offer that concession. Along with its cozy multi-tiered bowl structure that offers superb sight lines, fans in any sport in the arena can enjoy the view of a 360-degree LED board.

The Phoenix Coyotes actually started as the Winnipeg Jets before moving to Phoenix. The Coyotes got off to a great start in their new locale by making the playoffs each year between the 1997 and 2000 seasons. Led by Keith Tkachuk and Mike Gartner, the Coyotes had one of the most potent scoring attacks in the league, but they were unable to break through to the second round of the playoffs over that time span.

The Coyotes would return to the playoffs in 2010 and 2011 after a long drought, and although they were again knocked out in the first round, they have shown great potential to develop into a strong postseason contender. With new coach Dave Tippett and an ownership group committed to keeping the team in the desert, the Coyotes will have plenty of front office support to make a playoff push in the coming years.

Arizona sporting fans have been enjoying their glittering new arena for years, and music fans have benefited greatly as well. The building has attracted big-name tours such as Bon Jovi's The Circle Tour, Bruce Springsteen's Working on a Dream tour, Incubus' Monuments and Melodies tour, and many more.

The area surrounding downtown Phoenix has been growing rapidly over the past few decades, and the Gila River Arena further illustrates the dedication to sports and live entertainment that is bound to attract tourists for years to come.

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