Palladium Times Square is an indoor live events venue located at the corner of 44th and Broadway in Times Square, Manhattan.
First known as the Loews Astor Plaza movie theater from 1974 to 2004, the movie theater was transformed in a $21 million renovation designed by architect David Rockwell. The venue reopened in September 2005 as Nokia Theater Times Square and has since been known as Best Buy Theater and PlayStation Theater.
The venue features a large standing room orchestra section, a large seating area toward the rear of the auditorium, two private mezzanines, and a wrap-around lounge area featuring three bars.
Outside Palladium Times Square stretches its 85’ high def LED marquee that is one of the largest marquees on 44th and Broadway, one of the busiest intersections of the world.
Palladium Times Square is open for corporate events, private events, live music concerts, receptions, sit-down dinners, live broadcasts, fashion shows, press events, film screenings, and much more.
1515 Broadway, New York, NY 10036