TD Garden Tickets
The TD Garden is Boston’s main NHL and NBA sports arena. The $169 million arena is where fans enjoy enterning live action with Boston Bruins tickets and Boston Celtics tickets. The arena was chosen as the site of over a dozen major championships and tournaments, including the Stanley Cup Finals, the Frozen Four, the NBA Finals, and the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball regional. The TD Garden also hosts the Beanpot college men’s ice hockey tournament
and the Hockey East Championships each year.
In addition to sporting events, the arena often hosts concerts, family shows, and other events. The first concert ever performed at the arena was an R.E.M. concert in 1995. Since then, the TD Garden has hosted concerts for many famous performers, including Justin Timberlake, Jay Z, Beyoncé, Macklemore, the Rolling Stones, Bruno Mars, Elton John and Michael Bublé. Family shows include Disney on Ice and the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.
The TD Garden hosts more than 200 public events each year, with additional private events. With its event variety, energy-efficient LED lighting system, and HD entertainment board, the TD Garden was named as the third best arena in the United States by Venues Today in 2006.
With the capacity to seat nearly 20,000, there are a variety of seating options available at the TD Garden. 1,100 Club seats are available at the TD Garden. Club seating features great sight lines, extra leg room in plush seats, in-seat wait service, and access to private arena entrances. Club seats are located within the arena bowl, allowing guests to enjoy the same amenities as suite-holders while being a part of the crowd.
Getting There and Getting In
Parking & Directions The TD Garden is located at 100 Legends Way in Boston. Guests can take I-93 northbound or southbound. Take Exit 26 toward the TD Garden and follow signs to reach the arena. Parking is available in the North Station Garage underground parking garage located directly under the TD Garden.
Because the TD Garden is located directly adjacent to North Station, public transport to the arena is easy. The northbound commuter rail, the Green Line, and the Orange Line run direct to the TD Garden; the Red Line and the Blue Line connect to the Green Line. From the airport, take the Blue Line to the Government Center stop and transfer to the Green Line.