Does my baby need a ticket?

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There is no minimum age for admittance to the Mann. However, we respectfully ask that everyone, regardless of age, be able to sit quietly through concerts, which may be up to two hours in length. In the event that a child is disruptive during a concert an usher may ask that you please remove them from the theater.

Children of all ages must have a ticket to enter the theater. Children under 2 years old are admitted free to the lawn for Philadelphia Orchestra performances. To redeem these free children’s lawn tickets, please go to the Mann’s Box Office on the day/evening of the performance. The child must be present with parent or guardian at the time of redemption. Tickets for undercover seating, all other concerts, and for children older than 2 must be purchased at regular prices.

Evening concerts at the Mann Center are not generally intended for young children. We recommend introducing children under the age of 12 to the performing arts at the Mann's free Young People's Concert Series.

Strollers are strongly discouraged at all Mann Center events. The Mann does not have designated areas for strollers. All sales are final and no refunds or exchanges will be made.

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