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New Jersey Concerts, Shows, & Sports Stadiums

Sports and live concerts are cornerstones of our Tri-State culture. All the area's most well-known venues are less than 30 miles from Hilton Woodcliff Lake, including Broadway in New York City, giving you a peaceful place to rest after cheering on your favorite show, team, or performer. Popular New Jersey stadiums like MetLife and Izod Center always have something going on, so secure your tickets, and book your stay with us today!
Stadiums and Concert Halls at Woodcliff Lake New Jersey

Izod Center

Formerly home to notable NBA, NHL, and NCAA teams, Izod Center is now known best for its great acoustics, marquee concerts, and WWE wrestling events. Notable acts that have graced the stage include Bruce Springsteen, Queen, The Rolling Stones, Dave Matthews Band, Kiss, Simon & Garfunkel, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Prince, and Beyoncé. (17 miles; 50 New Jersey 120, East Rutherford, NJ 07073)

NJ Performing Arts Center (NJ PAC)

Aimed at making art a cornerstone in the lives of local residents, NJ PAC hosts a wide selection of live concerts and performances at its 4 venues, including the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. In the 17 years since its inception, NJ PAC has hosted over 2,600 artists, 2 U.S. Presidents, and the Dalai Lama. (25.2 miles; 1 Center St., Newark, NJ 07102)

MetLife Stadium

The lynchpin in the Meadowlands Sports Complex, MetLife Stadium is the home field for both the New York Giants and New York Jets NFL teams. In addition to hosting Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014, the stadium is also a popular concert venue for the likes of Bon Jovi, the Eagles, U2, Bruce Springsteen, and Taylor Swift. (20.8 miles; 1 MetLife Stadium Dr, East Rutherford, NJ 07073)

Prudential Center in Newark

Opened in 2007, the NHL's New Jersey Devils call Prudential Center home. Also a concert venue, the Eagles and the Rolling Stones recently played the arena as well. (25.7 miles; 165 Mulberry St., Newark, NJ 07102)

Broadway in New York

Known as one of the first streets completely lit with electric light, "The Great White Way" draws visitors from around the world to see dramatic theater, musicals, and plays up close and personal. Some of the hottest shows gracing the stage today include
  • Once the Musical
  • The Book of Mormon
  • Wicked
  • Jersey Boys
  • The Lion King
  • Chicago
  • Annie
  • Big Fish (September 2013)
  • Betrayal (October 2013)
  • Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark
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