Beacon Theatre

Concert Hall
2124 Broadway (at W 74th St)
New York, NY 10023
(212) 496-7070


  • The Beacon began as a movie palace in 1929, and has since hosted artists from the Rolling Stones to Bob Dylan. The Allman Brothers' regular stints here were immortalized on "Peakin' At The Beacon."
  • Beautiful old theater. Good for smaller bands.
  • One of the best places in the city to catch a live performance. Fantastic old-time, authentic New York venue to see a band, with what feels like the original, upholstered seating.
  • Great place to go if you want to graduate from NYU Law!
  • Created as smaller Roxy Theater. Hosted 2011 Tony Awards. Shows have included Michael Jackson, Rolling Stones (for Bill Clinton's 50th bday) & Allman Brothers (every yr since 1989). More info in blog.
  • Al Green @ Beacon Theatre on Wed, 08/22/12 at 08:00 PM
  • A historic theatre perfect for everything from a comedy show to musical acts. It's small and broken up into 3 levels so there's not really a bad seat in the house. Seeing a concert here is a must!
  • Pink martini was Great!!!
  • Really beautiful and intimate theatre
  • This is one of the best theaters around NYC. Awesome acoustics. A seated venue but the seats seem ancient. The foyer is really amazing.
  • go to beacon theater and see brandi carlile
  • This is an absolutely gorgeous theatre. The lower balcony, front row is ideal for low budget tickets with an amazing view. There are no elevators but there are bathrooms upstairs.
  • Excellent views from the front balcony.
  • Great venue! Watch the parking garage around the block - cost was around $64 and it took over an hour to request our car, pay, and get it delivered to us.
  • Beautiful theater
  • Absolutely stunning room with great sound to see a show
  • Loge ROW A Center is the perfect spot in this place!
  • Don't hide a gun in your pants.
  • Get the popcorn if you are hungry
  • The one the only Gypsy Kings

Nearby places

340 Amsterdam Ave (at W 76th St.)
620 Atlantic Ave (at Flatbush Ave)
2090 Broadway (at W 72nd St)