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Radio City Music Hall is a New York landmark. It is the home to the Rockettes, and serves as host to some of New York City’s most prominent concerts. It’s nickname is the Showplace of the Nation. Radio City Music Hall was designed by Edward Durell Stone and Donald Deskey. When it first opened in 1932, its largest auditorium was the largest in the world. At 5,960 seats, it remains an enormous and amazing event venue. It is much larger than the largest Broadway Theatre, the Gershwin, which has comparatively only 1,933 seats.