The Beacon Theatre

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The Beacon TheatreThe Beacon Theatre is located on the upper west side of Manhattan. First opened in 1929, the historic theater is one of the major concert venues in New York City, with 2,894-seat on three levels. It has hosted hundreds of major events, including The Allman Brothers’ and Hot Tuna’s annual residency, The Grateful Dead, George Carlin, The Tony Awards and Night of Too Many Stars. Since 2006, it has been under the management of Madison Square Garden.

The Beacon Theatre
2124 Broadway (W. 74th St.)
New York, NY.
(212) 465-6500
BeaconTheatre.com
Bars of the Upper West Side

If you are going to a concert at The Beacon Theatre, see our MurphGuide Directory of the top bars on the Upper West Side for pre & post-concert suggestions.


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Upcoming Shows*:

Date Performer StubHub.com SeatGeek
June 2 Ringo Starr stubhub
June 3 Ringo Starr stubhub
June 5 Ringo Starr stubhub
June 17 Primus stubhub
August 29 Ronnie Milsap stubhub

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