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Roseland Ballroom


239 W 52nd St
New York, NY 10019   
Venue Type
Live Music,Special Event,Under 21
Plan the event of your dreams at the historic Roseland Ballroom! Known for its rock shows, great dance parties and array of lavish events, Roseland Ballroom is capable of putting together any kind of event you choose. Roseland Ballroom opened on New Years Eve of 1919 and has been home to everything from Charleston flappers to legendary rock bands. Friday and Saturday nights at Roseland are always booked for black-tie affairs and other high-society events. Need space for a fashion show, movie premiere, or a wedding? Or do you just want see your favorite band in an intimate setting? No matter what the case is, Roseland Ballroom is the place to go!
Eats & Drinks
Roseland Ballroom does not provide its own catering, however they work hand in hand with some of the best food and beverage catering services in the city. Top industry experts from the following businesses will be more than happy to help make your event at Roseland Ballroom even more memorable; Dean & Deluca, Match Catering, Creative Edge Parties, Great Performances and World Wide Events Ltd. These companies will provide all of the tasty treats you want for your party.
Roseland Ballroom is a giant venue full of spectacular details that show that the old charm it once had, still exists. However, this wonderful raw space can be transformed into any type of atmosphere you’d like for your event. Roseland features a main room with tons of open space, two bars and a built-in dance floor and stage surrounded by a gold wrought-iron railing. The back is adorned with banquettes of red and gold cushions. The mezzanine overlooks the ballroom, holds 300 people, and is equipped with its own bar as well.
Roseland Ballroom is such a world-renowned, historical venue that it is impossible to list all of the celebrities that have made appearances here. Here’s a list of some of the more recent celebrity appearances at Roseland: Carson Daly, Pink, Diddy, Justin Timberlake, LL Cool J, Bruce Springsteen, Bono, Britney Spears, Elton John, Billy Joel, All the Sopranos, Jesse Martin, Richard Belzer, Kimora Lee Simmons, Russel Simmons, Donatella Versace, John Travolta, Oprah Winfrey, Christopher Walken, Jerry Stiller, Melanie Griffith, Antonio Banderas, Adrian Grenier and the cast of Entourage, Gwen Stefani, Hayden Panetierre, Scarlett Johansson, Nicky Hilton, Jamie Lynn Sigler, Madonna, Mena Suvari, Derek Jeter, Kevin Dillon, Will Ferrell, Amy Pohler, Jay Z, John Mayer, Christopher Meloni, and The Rolling Stones.





Weekend Pick: Lady Gaga at Roseland Ballroom

Lady Gaga has quickly become one of the most iconic divas of the new millennium. Above all else, she’s known for her spectacular, outrageous live performances. If you’ve been a fan of her music, now’s your chance to see the full Artpop experience live at the Roseland Ballroom. She has already released sketches of the latest tour's set design, and it promises to top not only her previous endeavors but Kanye's over-the-top Yeezus tour in terms of its grandiosity and originality.

Swedish House Mafia's Official After Party at Roseland Ballroom

If you missed getting tickets to Swedish House Mafia, you're in luck. The much anticipated concert on December 16th will feature Swedish House Mafia's Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso as well as sets by Jacques Lu Cont, AN21 & Max Vangeli, and Carl Kennedy. The concert sold out in record breaking time and left fans who didn't get tickets shell shocked.

So if you missed your chance, following the concert at Madison Square Garden, Swedish House Mafia will host their official after party 'Back to the Masquerade Motel' at Roseland Ballroom.