Radio City Music Hall is not only a national landmark but also an integral part of the heart and soul of New York City. Known as “The Showplace of the Nation” it was the first building in the Rockefeller Complex and, at the time, the largest indoor theater in the world. The legendary venue has served host to many of the country's biggest events in music, dance and theater including Tony Bennett, Coldplay, Barry Manilow, Alicia Keys, Dave Matthews Band, Lady Gaga, Whitney Houston, and Paul Simon, as well as the MTV VMAs, the Tony Awards, and the Daytime Emmy Awards.
Each year, Radio City hosts the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, starring the Rockettes, which was first performed in December of 1933. The Radio City Christmas Spectacular is America's #1 holiday production with more than one million people attending the beloved holiday theatrical annually.
Named "Venue of the Decade" by Billboard Magazine for achieving the highest box office scores of venues worldwide in its class, Radio City Music Hall has received critical acclaim over the years. In 2012, Billboard ranked Radio City the highest-grossing entertainment venue of its size in the world based on the magazine end of year rankings. Additionally, Pollstar ranked the Music Hall as the number one Top Theatre Venue worldwide.