Roseland was opened by a young Wharton graduate over 50 years ago, and quickly became a staple in New York nightlife. Today it's more of a civic center catering to well-known bands on tour. An air of big-band ballroom days still lingers. With a 3,500 capacity standing room, this is no small venue. Rather, it is a grand ballroom. Such greats that graced the stage ranged from the big band days of Duke Ellington and Benny Goodman the famous faces of more recent years, such as Bob Dylan and The Stones. Roseland had a turn downward turn after the 1950's, but regained its vitality in the 1970's. Located in Time Square it stands out with its old non-descript school facade. Divided into main entrance, lower lobby and seating, history is sensed all over. Concert tickets may be purchased at the box office the afternoon of the event. For advanced sales, head to Irving Plaza's box office or contact Ticketmaster.
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