An artist hasn't made it big until they play here, like all of the greatest stars.
A large stadium and stage.
This enormous stadium is located between 33rd and 7th Avenue. It is the city’s third large stadium and has hosted the biggest and best shows of all kind since it opened its doors in 1968. It is also home to both of the city’s basketball teams (remember that basketball and baseball are the biggest sports in the US), the New York Knicks and the New York Rangers. It is also thought to be the most important stage in the world for music and singers. The biggest stars in the world have played, and still play here, including Led Zeppelin (this is where they filmed their famous documentary in 1973), Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen and Beyoncé. They say that an artist hasn’t ‘made it’ until they have performed here. Whether your interests lie in sport, music or circus performances, we recommend a visit to this legendary establishment, which is accessible on foot from Times Square. This is a must-see in New York.