About Beacon Theatre - NY
The Beacon Theater is located at 2124 Broadway at West 74th street in Upper Manhattan, New York City 10023.
The historic theater has a seating capacity of 2,894.
The Beacon Theater initially opened to the public in December of 1929 and designed by Chicago architect Walter. W Ahlschlager.
Beacon Theater has been the host venue to many bans, concert shows, and events, such as the Tony Awards, the Allman Brothers Band, and Cirque du Soleli.
Directions (Public Transportaion Only)
1, 2, or 3 trains to West 72nd Street / Broadway (Walk two blocks north). A, B, or C trains to 72nd Street / Central Park West (Walk two blocks north and three avenues west)
M104 to Broadway, W 73rd stop (Walk 1 block north). M79 to Broadway, W 79th stop (Walk 4 blocks south). M7 to Amsterdam, W 73rd stop (Walk 1 block west and 1 block north)
Beacon Theater has no affiliation nor do they endorse any parking garages.
There is parking available for patrons at the following
Champion Parking 74 LLC
2109 Broadway between 73rd and 74th Street, Champion Parking 77 LLC
219 West 77th Street between Amsterdam and Broadway, Wilfred 19 Street Garage Inc.
203 West 77th Street between Amsterdam and Broadway, Carousel Parking (Champion Parking)
201 West 75th Street between Amsterdam and Broadway (Amsterdam Avenue entrance).
Gate Locations and openings
Doors open at the Beacon Theater one hour prior to the start of an event.
All Bags will be subject to search, bags that pass inspection must fit comfortably under a seat. Oversized bags are prohibited.