About Radio City Music Hall
Radio City Music Hall is located in Rockefeller Center at 1260 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan, New York City.
The facility has a seating capacity of 5,933 for spectators but can be expanded to over 6,000 patrons.
Radio City Music Hall began being built in 1932 and initially opened to the public in December of 1932.
Radio City Music Hall has been the host venue to many notable events such as the NFL Draft since 2006, Jeopardy's 4,0000th episode, notable boxing matches featuring a Roy Jones Jr fight in 1999, and WNBA games.
Take the M5, M6, M7 or M27/M50 buses to Rockefeller Center/50th St.
Take the B, D or F trains to Rockefeller Center/50th St
Radio City Music Hall has no affiliation and do not endorse any local parking garages.
Patrons can find parking around the area with garages located at the Rockefeller Center Garage on 48th St between 5th and 6th aves, 51st garage on 140 west 51st, and the 7th Ave garage at 810 7th Ave.
Gate Locations and openings
Guests are encouraged to arrive early as doors will open about 60 minutes prior to the start of an event. The main entrance to the Radio City Music Hall is located on the corner of 50th street on the Avenue of the Americas (6th Avenue).
All guests will go through a screening process prior to entering the facility, bags will be subject to search. Bags that pass inspection must comfortably fit under the seat, any oversize bags are prohibited.