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Considered as the most populated city in the United States, the City of New York is a Mecca and center for diverse and urban culture. It is also considered as one of the most influential cities in the fields of finance, commerce, education, fashion, art and entertainment. Millions of local and foreign tourists visit this busy and bright city every year in order to get a glimpse and taste of a unique and entertaining culture. For this reason, New York City has been officially known as the cultural capital of the world wherein one can easily experience a unique, diverse and ever-changing culture.
When asking a local or tourist alike where to go for some entertainment, the Madison Square Garden always comes to mind. Opened to the public on the 11th of February 1968 and named after James Madison, the 4th President of the United States, this multi-purpose indoor arena is essentially used to house a variety of sports events as well as ice shows, concerts, boxing matches and other forms of entertainment events and is considered to be one of the oldest arenas in the NBA and NHL. With its prime location, the Madison Square Garden is nearby other landmark areas such as Macy’s, the Empire State Building and Koreatown.
Another famous venue location in the City of New York is the Gershwin Theatre, located in the Paramount Plaza Building within midtown Manhattan. Named after Ira Gershwin and George Gershwin, this theatre is considered as a Broadway Theatre which can approximately seat 1,933 people. Opened to the public on the 28th of November 1972 as the Uris Theatre, it was designed by Ralph Alswang. In addition to being a famous venue to hold Broadway musicals, the Gershwin Theatre is also home to the American Theatre Hall of Fame, which is found at the lobby of the Theatre.
Located in the Rockefeller Center, the Radio City Music Hall is another famous entertainment venue in New York City. Considered as one of the most visited places in the city, the center, also known as the Showplace of the Nation, was opened to the public on the 27th of December in 1932. Radio City Music Hall was built to hold an approximate of 5,931 seats and was considered as one of the largest movie theaters when it was first built. Today, this events place host to a variety of entertainment shows which have included the Cirque du Soleil and other popular television shows.