Doors to the Arena open at 6:30PM and the show will start at approximately 7:30PM. We highly recommend you get to the venue early so you can get through security and be in your seats once the artist takes the stage.
The Madison Square Garden Company places the safety and security of our guests above all else. For that reason, we continuously assess and upgrade security measures across all of our venues, including the recent introduction of more rigorous bag screenings.
To help ensure that everybody attending our events can enjoy unforgettable and safe experiences, we strongly discourage guests from bringing unnecessary bags, particularly backpacks. As always, all bags will be subject to rigorous screening, to include use of x-ray screening, which can delay entry into all of our venues. Guests who do not have a bag can take advantage of our No Bag Express Lines, located on the 31st street side of Chase Square.
Please plan ahead and allow yourself enough time to pass through security. Your safety and security is of great importance to us and we look forward to seeing you.
Please enter at Chase Square on 7th avenue between 31st and 33rd streets, Chase entrance A located on 31st Street and 8th Avenue or Chase entrance D located on 33rd Street and 8th Avenue.
For a map of entrances click here.
While attending the event at Madison Square Garden, should you need to report a Security or Customer Service concern please see your nearest usher or text MSG along with your Section, Row, Seat number and a brief description to 69050.
International pop icon P!NK is bringing her Beautiful Trauma World Tour 2018 to Madison Square Garden on Wednesday, April 4 and Thursday, April 5 with special guest Bleachers and Kid Cut Up.
P!NK last hit the road on her The Truth About Love Tour which saw her play 142 sold out shows across 13 countries. The Los Angeles Times said, “Pink remains perhaps the most gifted and imaginative physical performer in pop right now,” while Rolling Stone claimed, “the singer had demonstrated an epic workout of vocals, stagecraft and stunt-work without missing a note,” and The Hollywood Reporter raved, “she still is one of pop’s most powerful vocalists.”