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Over the years, Radio City Music Hall has become a historical landmark of the City of New York. It's a 6,000-seat venue with the largest stage and the largest TV screen of the world. Radio City Music Hall was opened on December 27, 1932. Before planning a design, Rockefeller sent his team on a cruise to Europe in order to look at different theaters for inspiration. The team liked the view on the ship. So the stage shows the sunset and the red seats are meant to be sun rays being reflected on the ocean.
The guest books hold decades of famous names. Since its opening in 1932, Radio City Music Hall has completed 13 guest books. They are full with names of celebrities.
There is a hidden underground tunnel between Radio City Music Hall and Rockefeller Center. In 1960, it was closed to the public. Ever since, famous celebrities have used it to avoid the crowds of fans when leaving the venue through its stage doors.