Venues & Spaces
Welcome to your new David Geffen Hall, the home of the New York Philharmonic and the new cultural home for New York. The reimagining of the Hall is centered around a deep focus on welcoming visitors and audiences to Lincoln Center and expanding the possibilities of a concert hall. Thousands of square feet of public space are open daily to the public; improved accessibility features are offered throughout; concerts and community events are open to passersby from 65th Street and Columbus Avenue; and select performances from inside the concert hall are streamed live, free of charge. Be one of the first to experience David Geffen Hall this season. Whether you're returning to the Hall or visiting for the first time, we look forward to welcoming you!
September 29 at 6:00 pm
Explore the new David Geffen Hall
Reimagining the concert-going experienceHome to the New York Philharmonic, the Wu Tsai Theater—named in honor of Clara Wu Tsai and Joe Tsai—is designed with optimized sightlines, resulting in an intimate relationship between audience and performer. The theater's state-of-the-art flexibility accommodates choral performances, recitals, semi-staged opera, dance, film premieres, and amplified pop and rock concerts. Learn more »
Welcoming visitors to Lincoln Center at-largeThousands of square feet of public space for diverse cultural performance and community uses has been created—all free and open to the public daily. Discover what's happening on campus at the Welcome Center, grab a cup of joe from The Coffee Bar, experience visual artwork, exhibits, and livestreams, and peek into live performances at the Kenneth C. Griffin Sidewalk Studio.
Building a stronger community togetherCompleted two years early, the new David Geffen Hall represents a statement of faith in New York and its artistic community, while delivering jobs and economic development at a crucial time for the city. The renovation supports $600 million in ongoing economic development and 6,000 jobs, with 42% participation from minority and women-owned businesses and 51% of the workforce derived from underrepresented communities. Learn more »
Host your next event at David Geffen HallBe the first to host your event in the reimagined David Geffen Hall. From spectacular performances, dinners, galas, cocktail receptions, and intimate private parties, the many spaces of the Hall offer the perfect backdrop for your special occasion. Learn more »
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Plan Your Visit
David Geffen Hall
10 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023
Contact the Box Office
In-person: Box Office is open Monday–Saturday 10:00 am–6:00 pm and Sunday noon–6:00 pm, and remains open 30 minutes after the start of any performance
Phone: Call CenterCharge at 212-721-6500 on Monday–Saturday 10:00 am–8:00 pm and Sunday noon–6:00 pm
For general inquiries, call Guest Experience at 212-875-5456 or [email protected]
The Welcome Center and Karen and Richard LeFrak Lobby are open to the public on Monday–Saturday 10:00 am–6:00 pm and Sunday noon–6:00 pm; they will remain open through the end of a performance on show days.
Dine & Sip at David Geffen Hall
Tatiana by Kwame Onwuachi
Visit tatiananyc.com to learn more or make a reservation at RESY
Hours: Monday–Saturday 5:00–10:00 pm; Late Night menu Thursday–Saturday 10:00–11:00 pm
Contact: [email protected] or 212-875-5222
The Coffee Bar
Location: Welcome Center
Hours: Monday–Friday 8:00 am–2:00 pm; Saturday 9:00 am–3:00 pm; Sunday noon–4:30 pm
The Lobby Bar
Location: Karen and Richard LeFrak Lobby
Hours: Monday–Wednesday 11:00 am–9:00 pm; Thursday–Saturday 11:00 am–10:00 pm; Sunday noon–6:00 pm Happy Hour: Monday 3:00–6:00 pm; Tuesday–Friday 3:00–7:00 pm
First Republic Bar
Location: Leon and Norma Hess Grand Promenade
Hours: The bar is open to ticketholders 45 minutes before curtain and during intermission
Lincoln Center’s approach to accessibility mirrors our commitment to create performing arts spaces that are more inclusive of our audiences’ identities and access needs. We have centered accessibility in all aspects of the hall's design, not as an afterthought or add-on. We recognize that access needs must be integrated in the creative process, that the work on our stages reflects our differences and interconnectedness, and that we are creating a space where everyone feels welcome. A range of accommodations is provided for all performances, no request necessary. Click here to learn more.
Nina Chanel Abney: San Juan Heal
Nina Chanel Abney’s monumental work of art for the façade of David Geffen Hall pays homage to San Juan Hill. In the 1940s and '50s, this diverse, working-class neighborhood—home to some of the largest Black and Puerto Rican populations in New York City in the first half of the twentieth century—was forcibly displaced to make way for redevelopment, including what would become Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Abney’s constellation of figures, words, shapes, and symbols reflects the thriving community that lived here. Featured figures include pioneering health care workers Edith Carter and Elizabeth Tyler. Also pictured are James P. Johnson, whose music gave rise to the Charleston dance craze, and Thelonious Monk, a pioneer of Bebop and longtime resident of the neighborhood’s Phipps Houses. Reclaiming this important history in her bold and vibrant style, Abney aims to spark curiosity and inspire a more inclusive future.
For more information visit publicartfund.org
Explore the Artwork
Learn more about the historical figures and symbols depicted in Abney’s artwork.