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David H. Koch Theater Detailed Seating Chart

The David H. Koch Theater seats 2,755 people in total. The theater features continental-style seating (which means there is no center aisle) on the orchestra level and five ascending “rings,” or balconies. The theater was specifically designed for dance, which means that the goal of the theater is to provide excellent sight lines to every seat. In the seating plan, the seats seem far...

Buying Tickets on TicketMaster – Tips & Tricks

If you are reading this, then you’re likely looking to buy tickets to a concert that will sell out. Well here are a few TicketMaster tips on how best to buy tickets on TicketMaster fast, and how to get the best seats possible, at the cheapest prices. TicketMaster Tips Check TicketMaster for pre-sale opportunities, fan club pre-sales, special credit card pre-sales and Facebook TicketMaster...

Buying Tickets on Craigslist: Is It safe?

Craigslist can be a great website for cheap resources – or for procrastinating in the “Missed Connections” section. They have an entire section dedicated to selling tickets, but is it safe? The website has been fighting increasing amounts of spam over the years – it only takes one quick look at their “About Scams” section to know that Craigslist should only be...

The Book of Mormon Lottery vs. Rush Tickets

There is a secret to seeing Broadway shows, specifically The Book of Mormon, that casual viewers, and sometimes even well-versed theatre-goers, aren’t aware of: rush and lottery tickets. The way you can get these cheap tickets varies from show to show. At the Eugene O’Neill Theatre, home to The Book of Mormon, their lottery policy is simple. You can enter the lottery beginning at two...

Untraditional Concerts: Give Them a Shot

Tuesday night, I had the good fortune to go to a sold-out “concert” at Carnegie Hall. I put the word concert in quotes because, well, I don’t really quite know what it was. There was a reading, there were some songs, a speech, and a Q&A. Two best-selling authors were there (who happen to be my two favorites): John Green and Neil Gaiman. And it was really one of the best...

R.I.P. Dave Brubeck

Dave Brubeck, a jazz pianist and composer, died earlier this morning in Norwalk, Connecticut. He would’ve been 92 tomorrow. Brubeck revolutionized and popularized jazz music. His band’s single “Take Five” was the first jazz record to ever sell a million copies. He also was the second ever jazz artist to appear on the cover of Time Magazine. Brubeck received a lifetime...

One Direction at MSG: A Tale of Heartbreak and Woe

UPDATE: 2014 One Direction Tour Dates have been announced! Check them out here. Today is a sad day for teenagers across the city of New York. If you live under a rock, you may not know that One Direction is playing at Madison Square Garden tonight, and I can say with confidence that it’s going to be amazing. At their warm-up show in Connecticut this weekend, the boy band pulled all the...

Holiday Gift Ideas for Him (Theatre Edition)

It is November 29. You have 26 days (or fewer!) to buy your holiday presents, but don’t worry. We are here to help you. If you missed our previous installments, check them out here: Part One (Concert Ideas for Her), Part Two (Theatre Ideas for Her), and Part Three (Concert Ideas for Him). They are full of good fallbacks and great finds for everyone ranging from your crazy niece to your...

Holiday Gift Ideas for Him (Concert Edition)

Welcome back to TickPick’s holiday guide! If you’ve missed out on parts one (concert tickets for her) and two (theatre tickets for her), make sure you go check those out before reading on! They’ve got lots of great ideas for the holiday season. Now, lets continue on with part three of the guide, shall we? I won’t pretend to be some expert on what guys want (being a girl, I...

Holiday Gift Ideas for Her (Concert Edition)

So, here we are. Black Friday has officially ended and Cyber Monday is nearly at a close, and you’ve forgotten to get gifts…again. Or maybe that’s just me. Well, no matter how you’ve spent your Black Friday, TickPick is here to help if you need gift ideas. Today, we’re going to tell you the five top concert tickets to get for the women in your life, be it your...

Taylor Swift & Ed Sheeran’s Massive 2013 Tour – The Red Tour

[well]UPDATE: Taylor Swift has announced tour dates for her new 1989 Tour! [/well] Taylor Swift is apparently an incredibly busy and dedicated woman. In between releasing a number one album and writing scores of sappy songs about her ex-boyfriends, she has somehow managed to find the time to schedule in a six month, 58 date long North American tour next year to promote her new album. The tour...

2013 They Might Be Giants Tour, plus NYE in Williamsburg!

If you weren’t aware, popular alt-rock group They Might Be Giants are celebrating their 30th anniversary this year, and you can ring it out with them at The Music Hall of Williamsburg. The duo and their band will be playing three nights of music there from December 29 into the wee hours of January 1, 2013. If you aren’t celebrating at Times Square or at Barclays Center, you can buy...

Jonas Brothers Announce November Performances in Los Angeles

The Jonas Brothers, after the success of their sold-out 2011 reunion concert at Radio City Music Hall, have announced that they will be playing a few concerts in late November in their hometown of Los Angeles. They’ll be playing at the Pantages Theatre in LA on November 27, November 28, and November 29. Tickets were released for purchase on Saturday, November 3 at 10 a.m. PST, and...

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