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Aug 09, 2019 | Owners Events

Where to See the Best Performances and Shows in NYC

Are you looking for world-class entertainment? New York is home to iconic venues that feature unique performances with a vibe that no other city can match. And The Manhattan Club happens to organize regular behind-the-scenes tours to these venues. Scroll down to read more!

Madison Square Garden

Dubbed as “the world’s most famous arena,” Madison Square Garden is a massive venue that hosts everything from concerts by famous artists to sports events and even the annual Westminster Dog Show. Get a backstage look into MSG by joining one of our Madison Square Garden All-Access Tour. 

Carnegie Hall 

If Madison Square Garden is the ultimate contemporary venue, Carnegie Hall is its revered grandparent. Inaugurated in 1891, Carnegie Hall has been the walk of fame of classical music geniuses. Its calendar includes full orchestra concert, smaller chamber music ensembles, youth orchestras and more. 

Radio City Music Hall

Radio City Music Hall is home to the stunning Rockettes. Whether you’re waiting to see your favorite artists or the Christmas Spectacular at this iconic venue, the “showplace of the nation” always delivers memorable performances. Book one of our Radio City Backstage Tours to explore the beautiful art-deco interiors while learning about its best-kept secrets.


NBC Studios

NBC Studios, located in Rockefeller Center, is where some of the country’s top talk shows happen: The Today Show, Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Late Night With Seth Meyers. For more information on how to get tickets for NBC tappings, check the NBC website. And if you want the key to an insider’s experience, join us on an NBC Studio Tour. You’ll learn about the entire TV production process and live it by producing your own show in our brand-new Tour Studio. You can then download your show to keep for free! 

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