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December 4, 2018

In The Palm Of Your Hand, A Richer, Swifter Garden Experience

The new Madison Square Garden Official App makes everything smoother and simpler, with express lanes at many food concessions and a range of conveniences.

With the new MSG Official App, Lynda Dauphin and her fiancé bypassed lines entering The Garden and at the express food lane.

 It’s a familiar moment for sports fans and concertgoers:

Riveted by the action, you take advantage during a pause in play or an intermission to dash to the concession stands only to encounter a deflating sight — a line that may keep you from a quick return to your seat. MSG thinks it has the answer in a new app that can speed you through on designated food and merchandise lines and make the entire guest experience swifter and smoother.

With the new Madison Square Garden Official App, you can purchase and upgrade tickets and receive tips on navigating your way to The Garden for Knicks and Rangers games and all concerts. And simply downloading the app will allow you to use the App Express Lane at the 7th Avenue entrance.

The Madison Square Garden Company has a singular objective — to enhance the guest experience by providing a new level of ease and simplicity. During a recent Knicks game, Lynda Dauphin and her fiancé, Damian Horsford, tapped out an order from their seats in section 120. They got an “in progress” update, and their two hot dogs and two sodas were waiting for them at the express lane at the Garden Market on the Madison Concourse. 

Nearby, Joseph Valerio went more of the gourmet route. He came away from the express line at Senzai Sushi with an Emperor Platter, a Ninja Platter, two orders of edamame, two spicy tuna rolls and four plates of salmon sashimi. (To be clear, he had ordered for himself and two friends.) 


Quick To The Garden, Fast To Your Seat

After rolling out the new convenience for all concerts and then for the start of the hockey and basketball seasons this fall, several fan favorites now accept orders from the app — including signature choices like Casa Nonna Pizza, Daily Burger by Drew Nieporent, Kobeyaki and Fuku.

The app provides a number of shortcuts and tips — with everything from helping you find parking near The Garden to locating the shortest route to your seats. Through the app, guests also have the chance to order Knicks or Rangers merchandise and have it delivered to their seats.

Another fan at a recent Knicks game, Thomas Ellis, said he was captivated by the team’s young roster and was grateful the new app saved him time away from his seat. “I like to get into the game and think about nothing else,” he said. “So absolutely, this is a real good thing.”

Joseph Valerio, a business manager visiting from Los Angeles, had his hands full on the express lane at Senzai Sushi.


















For more details on the Madison Square Garden Official App and all it offers, click here.

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Madison Square Garden Entertainment Corp. (MSG Entertainment) is a leader in live entertainment experiences. The Company presents or hosts a broad array of events in its diverse collection of venues: New York’s Madison Square Garden, Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall and Beacon Theatre; and The Chicago Theatre. MSG Entertainment is also building a new state-of-the-art venue in Las Vegas, MSG Sphere at The Venetian, and has announced plans to build a second MSG Sphere in London, pending necessary approvals. In addition, the Company features the original production – the Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes – and through Boston Calling Events, produces the Boston Calling Music Festival. Also under the MSG Entertainment umbrella is Tao Group Hospitality, with entertainment dining and nightlife brands including Tao, Marquee, Lavo, Avenue, Beauty & Essex and Cathédrale. More information is available at