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The famous stadiums:Madison Square Garden


Madison Square Garden is a place worth mentioning in the history of New York local chronicles, boxing history, basketball history and music history. It is not so much a stadium as one of the cultural symbols of the United States. Americans seldom say the full name of Madison Square Garden. They call it "MSG" or "garden".

In New York City, many concerts are held in Madison Square, Pennsylvania, and many of them are on the ground. Madison Square Garden was first built in 1879. It was named after the original site of Madison Square. Although it was moved to the new site twice in 1925 and 1968, the name did not change. Madison Square Garden is the home of New York Knicks, New York freemen, New York Rangers and other teams, as well as the host of individual concerts, politics 1 and other large indoor activities. Many well-known singers in the United States and other countries are proud to hold individual concerts in Madison Square Garden, and the classic performances of many world stars also take place here.

Hong Kong singer Jacky Cheung used Madison Square Garden as the performance venue in the New York station of the world tour in 1995. He was the first large-scale performance of Madison Square Garden by Asian singers, and was widely reported by the New York Times and other important local media in New York at that time, which caused a lot of repercussions.

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