Radio City Music Hall, in the center of Manhattan, few blocks from the Top of The Rocks and Rockefeller Center, is no doubt one of the most beautiful and popular theatre of NY, point of inspiration and touchstone for generations of artists.
Samuel Lionel Rothafel’s creation Radio City Music Hall is easily recognizable from the outside by the neon signs covering its façade; however, you can realize its greatness only from the inside. This architectural masterpiece realized in Art Déco style is characterized by its bright and colorful hall, with a series of concentric semi-circles narrowing while getting close to the stage like a burning sunset. A stage that has been walked by world-class artists like Lady Gaga, Alanis Morisette, Frank Sinatra, Celine Dion, Ray Charles, BB King, Sting and so many more, but surely popular for the Radio Christmas Spectacular, a traditional Christmas event in the Big Apple. The best way to get in touch with this amazing structure dedicated to art and spectacle is to see a show, but there are guided tours as well that will bring you to the backstage of the shows, delightful and intriguing as well.