Skyline Stage @ the Mann.
The Skyline Stage is the general admission, standing room only stage located at the Top of the Hill on the Mann's campus. Introduced in the Summer of 2012, the Skyline Stage gives the Mann an opportunity to expand its concert offerings with a more intimate experience. The Skyline Stage is set to accommodate anywhere between 3,500 and 7,000 patrons and provides them with a unique open-air concert while overlooking the best view of Philadelphia's skyline.
Lawn chairs of any kind are not permitted for Skyline Stage performances. Small blankets are permitted for all shows, but we do ask that you be mindful of your neighbors on the Skyline Lawn.
The Skyline Stage is designed to provide a festival-like atmosphere. Please anticipate that audiences will stand for the duration of concerts. Please note that seat numbers indicated on your ticket are for internal tracking purposes only. There are no reserved seats at the Skyline Stage. ADA seating is available upon request at the venue.
"It's official: The Mann's just-unveiled Skyline Stage is now the go-to concert venue when the moon is in the seventh house and Jupiter aligns with Mars and you and 5,000 of your closest friends want to see/hear widescreen, state-of-the-art indie-rock on the grass, under the stars, with yummy food trucks and ice-cold craft beers and a panoramic view of the emerald city skyline over your shoulder." - Jonathan Valania, Phawker.com
The Mann reserves the right to move Skyline Stage performances into the Main Pavilion.