Lincoln Center For The Performing Arts

70 Lincoln Center Plaza, 9th Floor, New York, NY
Capacity: 2,700 people

About Lincoln Center For The Performing Arts

Make your Lincoln Center debut! To perform on our iconic stages is to join the legacy of the world's foremost musicians and artists. From the classic David Geffen Hall, home of the New York Philharmonic, to the stunning, acoustically exceptional Alice Tully Hall, you can have your pick of world-renowned concert halls. For a more intimate alternative, the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, original home of Jazz at Lincoln Center, is perfect for smaller performances. Host your fundraiser or awards program at New York’s cultural epicenter. Our gorgeous ancillary spaces (the Grand Promenade of David Geffen Hall, the Combined Lobbies of Alice Tully Hall) lend glamour and prestige to your seated dinner or cocktail reception. Use these spaces alone or in conjunction with the adjoining Halls for an unforgettable evening. Our instantly recognizable location, flexible seating, abundant wifi, ample branding opportunities, and our team of seasoned professionals make Alice Tully Hall an increasingly desirable location for bespoke conferences and product launches. Add on a mid-day lunch or end-of-day cocktails on David Geffen Hall’s Grand Promenade or breakouts in the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse or David Rubenstein Atrium for an unforgettable full-day experience at Lincoln Center.

Event Spaces

Combined Lobbies
Combined Lobbies
David Geffen Hall Theater
David Geffen Hall Theater
David Rubenstein Atrium
David Rubenstein Atrium
Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse
Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse
Starr Theater, Alice Tully Hall
Starr Theater, Alice Tully Hall

Recommendations

The Lincoln Center: Good NYC Wedding Location - An Eventective User from Hoboken, NJ

Finding the perfect place to have a wedding in the New York metropolitan area is no easy task. However, I suggest one who wishes to have a wedding there looks into hosting their special event at the Lincoln Center in NYC. At the Lincoln Center, one has access to a diverse range of venues to suit your unique needs for both ceremony and reception including the exclusive Kaplan Penthouse and the sweeping lobbies of Alice Tully Hall and Avery Fisher Hall for groups ranging in size from 50 to 600 guests. You will also have exclusive photography access to Lincoln Center's iconic campus, including the glamorous Revson Fountain on the Josie Robertson Plaza, serene Milstein reflecting pool on the Hearst Plaza, and grand staircase on the Tully Plaza. For great aesthetics there are outdoor balconies for cocktails and photos with views of the city skyline. Don't worry about the food, the Lincoln Center has gourmet catering services provided by Restaurant Associates. Your guests will receive exclusive rates at the Empire Hotel, The Plaza and the Mandarin Oriental, just steps away from Lincoln Center. The Lincoln Center is a one stop shop to making your wedding the best day of your life, don't miss the opportunity.

Elegance in Wedding. - An Eventective User from Queens, NY

I would recommend you to g to Avery Fisher Hall in NYC's Lincoln Center because it is so darn elegant that it would blow all of your guests socks off! This place is the definition of fancy, if you wan your special day to be remembered forever, then you should definitely consider this venue. The cuisine is exotic and creative, and the backdrop for taking photos is epic, absolutely epic! The Lincoln Center boasts many nice venues and parts, but none quite as special as Avery Fisher hall. It is truly a one of a kind venue , and a setting that would be hard to reproduce anywhere in the world. Hold your special day in an epic space and invite the largest crowd possible. At Avery Fisher Hall you can Have your ceremony, cocktails, and dinner all in one convenient location. This is the perfect place to treat your guests to a wonderful meal cooked and presented to excellence by wonderful Restaurant employees. I can not stress enough how wonderful this venue is. Imagine walking into the wedding which was being help in the cartoon Cinderella, (You know- when she finally marries her prince) can you see it? The elegance, the colors, the glass, the hundreds of guests, the venue- the large grand ballroom, the orchestra playing wonderful music, the red carpet, all of that. Now imagine that brought to real life with actual people and you would have -your wedding, at AveryFisher Hall in The Lincoln Center. There are not many venues in the world which can compare to this one.

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  • Max Number of People for an Event: 2700