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This versatile arts center has a huge list of accolades to its name. It has been called a 'gem', hailed as one of the best concert halls in the world, and referred to as the nation's most glamorous theater by the media. Since 1997, over 3.5 million spectators have been charmed by the musicals, concerts, theater productions and ballet performances held at here. Concerts by Itzhak Perlman, 'N Sync, Lauryn Hill, Vienna Choir Boys, the Royal Concert Orchestra of Amsterdam, and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater have also been held here.
Prudential Center is the first of its kind in the metropolitan area of New York and New Jersey. In downtown Newark, this is a one stop entertainment destination, whether you are looking for night activity, sporting or leisure activities or even accommodation. It features two club lounges with a capacity of 1000 guests each and a 350-seat restaurant, featuring a la carte menu and buffet. Viewing events that take place here is possible from the various seating arrangements such as the events suite, club seats, executive suites and platinum seats. The space is adaptable for various events.
This structure is termed as the 'oldest exponent of fine arts and entertainment' in New Jersey. Set up in 1925, it was initially called the Salaam Temple and was renamed Newark Symphony Hall in the late 70s. The exterior of the building is laced with huge imposing columns, whereas the interior is designed with Egyptian and Greek motifs. Luciano Pavarotti, Sarah Vaughan, Marian Anderson, Lily Pons, the Boston and Cleveland Symphony Orchestras, and the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo have performed at this venue. It has a two halls, the Terrace Ballroom, a 200-seater box theater and a dance studio.