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Josie Robertson Plaza

Josie Robertson Plaza

The iconic Josie Robertson Plaza serves as the gateway to Lincoln Center. With its recent renovation, this New Year landmark is more visible and festive than ever. Revson Fountain offers spectacular choreographed water shows daily, mesmerizing countless visitors. David Geffen Hall, the David Koch Theater, and the Metropolitan Opera House face onto the square (which is frequently used for television, film, and photo shoots). At night, when the Lincoln Center campus is illuminated, the Plaza serves as the axis around which throngs of visitors spin. This 28,000 square foot plaza lends itself well to dinners, cocktail receptions, dance performances, product launches, and concerts. All of Lincoln Center’s outdoor spaces are equipped with WiFi access.

Columbus Avenue & West 63rd Street New York, NY 10023
  • 6,000 reception capacity
  • 2,200 dinner capacity
28,000 ft2


  • Home to Lincoln Center public programming including Met Summer HD Festival and Young Music Makers
  • Surrounded by The Metropolitan Opera House, David Geffen Hall, and David H. Koch Theater
  • Iconic Revson Fountain designed by Philip Johnson
  • WiFi equipped
  • 170-foot-wide grand staircase with customizable LED scrolling text
  • Classic New York landmark
  • Open to the public

Suggested uses for Josie Robertson Plaza

Do I need permission to film at Lincoln Center?

Yes, Lincoln Center requires a permit for any video and photography shoots that take place on the Lincoln Center campus.

For more information and to obtain a contract, please submit an inquiry or email the Venue Sales team at [email protected] We'll need to know the intended date of your shoot (at least 10 business days out), the desired location(s) on the Lincoln Center campus, an equipment list, the size of your crew, and the intended use of the footage to assess feasibility and preliminary costs.

Do your venues feature WiFi access?

All of our venues feature free WiFi network access. Should your event have expanded technical needs, we will provide a direct introduction to Lincoln Center’s IT Department.

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