When we open our doors for the 2022–23 season, you will experience a completely reimagined David Geffen Hall — the result of an extensive renovation by Lincoln Center and the New York Philharmonic.


Much more than a concert venue, the new David Geffen Hall is a space to share ideas with a community of music lovers and encounter works of art that sing of the human spirit. Highlights include:

  • The Wu Tsai Theater, David Geffen Hall, with all seats closer to the stage than ever before, and vastly improved acoustics to help you get the most out of every performance you attend
  • An expanded lobby — twice the size of the previous one — that will welcome the community to convene, connect, and socialize
  • The Hauser Digital Wall in the lobby, which will feature digital artworks and allow anyone passing by to experience live concerts, free of charge
  • New spaces for smaller-scale performances — the Sidewalk Studio and the Music Box
  • A reconfigured Grand Promenade (on the second floor), with expanded intermission seating, increased food and beverage service, and enhanced access to the terrace
  • State-of-the-art HVAC, filtration, and air purifying systems

The Venues

Wu Tsai Theater

Our 2,200-seat crown jewel. This space has been totally renovated for improved acoustics that will help you get the most out of every performance you attend, with seating that brings performers and audiences closer to each other.

Kenneth C. Griffin Sidewalk Studio

A flexible, intimate space that will host our new NY Phil @ Noon series, as well as other performances and events. 

Planning Your Visit

  • Directions & Parking

    David Geffen Hall is located at Lincoln Center, West 65th and Broadway on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

    BY SUBWAY
    Take the 1 local train to 66th Street / Lincoln Center Station.

    BY BUS
    The M5, M7, M10, M11, M66, and M104 bus lines all stop within one block of Lincoln Center.
    For additional bus and subway information and directions, call the Travel Information Bureau at (718) 330-1234, 24 hours a day, or visit mta.info.

    BY CAR
    Parking Information
    Reserve a parking space ahead of your trip at the Lincoln Center website or call (212) 721-6500

  • Accessibility 

    ACCESSIBLE SEATING
    Wheelchair accessible seating is available in David Geffen Hall. To purchase online, look for the wheelchair symbol. You can also purchase the additional, adjacent companion seats. To order by phone call Customer Relations at (212) 875-5656 Monday through Friday 10 AM to 6 PM.

    Wheelchair accessible seating is reserved for the exclusive use of individuals with disabilities who require the features of this type of seating. The purchase or use of these accessible seating locations by non-disabled individuals is strictly prohibited. If the individual with a disability cannot attend an event for which he/she has purchased tickets, please call Customer Relations at (212) 875-5656.

    BRAILLE AND LARGE TYPE
    The programs may be obtained at the Head Usher’s Podium located on the Grand Promenade of David Geffen Hall.

    ASSISTIVE LISTENING DEVICES
    Headsets and loops are available at the Head Usher’s Podium located on the Grand Promenade of David Geffen Hall. A credit card or driver’s license is needed as a security deposit.

    GENERAL INFORMATION
    For up-to-date Accessibility Information, please click here. If you have further questions regarding venue accessibility, please call (212) 875-5375 or email access@lincolncenter.org.

  • Seating Chart

    Review the David Geffen Hall seating chart here.

  • Food & Drink

    More information about the on-site restaurant and café will be provided at a later date.

More to Explore

View from Section

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Watch & Listen

Learn more about our completely reimagined home in this video.

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Public Art at New David Geffen Hall

A new partnership is creating visual art for all New Yorkers.

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Working in Concert

Learn more about the project and our collaboration with Lincoln Center.

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