Let's face it: the winter months can feel endless and dreary. However, the days get much sunnier when looking ahead to the bright stars headlining at Madison Square Garden.
Entertainment doesn't get much bigger than at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, and this year, the venue’s lineup is as big and bold as ever before. Featuring a wide a variety of high-profile shows and events, you're bound to find something that will spark your sense of excitement.
As any sports lover can tell you, nothing beats seeing your favorite team dominate up close and personal, surrounded by a crowd just as passionate and enthusiastic as you are.
March 2016 and April 2016 will be big months for basketball lovers of all ages at the Garden. The Knicks playing teams like the Chicago Bulls (3/24 at 7:30PM) and the Cleveland Cavaliers (3/26 at 7:30PM). It all leads up to a showdown of Manhattan vs. Brooklyn on April 1st at 7:30PM, when they play the recently-revived, Jay Z backed team, the Brooklyn Nets.
If college ball is more your style, the Big East conference starts March 9th and goes through 12th leading up to March Madness then the NCAA Championship game in Houston, Texas on April 4th.
Meanwhile, the New York Rangers will be taking command of the puck through April. Make sure to check out their match against the Detroit Red Wings on April 9th at 12:30. It’s sure to be an explosion of ice and hockey sticks.
For the music lovers, MSG is hosting a show-stopping series of extra special concert events all year long. Whether you’re into power ballads of lost love, the dance beats of pop, the bass thump of folktronica and synthpop, or even the twang of love lost and country, you’ll find it all at the Garden in the coming months.
Adele is breaking records with her new album 25 and she’ll be here in September to pack the Garden to the gills with the British balladeer’s fans. For a full week starting the 19th of September at 8:00PM, she’ll be singing hits from all of her albums and making us all want to pick up our phones and say, “Hello.”
Beliebers won’t have to wait until September to see Justin dance across the stage saying sorry. He’ll be performing for two nights only in July: the 18th and 19th.
Ellie Goulding is completing her Delirium World Tour at the Garden on the 21st of June. She’s here for only one night so make sure you get your tickets, so you can watch as she burns up the stage on a night where anything can happen.
If pop and British heartbreak aren’t your speed, but you aren’t ready to make nice, then the Dixie Chicks might be for you. Like Goulding, they’re only playing for one night: Monday, June 13th.
Get Maniacal or Laugh Hysterically
Perhaps you just want to see spectacular piledrivers and deadly drop kicks. If so, check out WWE Live: Road to Wrestlemania on March 25th. Pro Wrestling Superstars like Roman Reigns and The New Day will take to the ring to claim or hold on to their titles. The following week, Wrestlemania 32 will take place in Arlington, Texas at the AT&T Arena.
Becoming a maniac shouldn’t stop you from enjoying other Garden events. In fact, non-stop funny person Amy Schumer is performing her side-splitting jokes on the 23rd of June. Get your laugh on with some blue comedy with a twist.
For all of the events going on at Madison Square Garden, be sure to check out its calendar of events.