Working Families Party
Please note: artist lineup & set times subject to change.
Don't miss Can’t Wait Live: A Concert for Jobs, Climate & Care on Friday, August 13 at the Mann! Featuring performances by Saweetie, Ne-Yo, Wyclef Jean, Mavis Staples, Snow Tha Product, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Beach Bunny, and DJ Diamond Kuts.
The artists and organizers of Can't Wait Live are calling on Congress to pass a legislative package that makes meaningful investments in jobs, climate, care, housing, and immigration, and demand members of Congress stay in session until the package is passed.
Free tickets will be available Wednesday, July 21st @ 12PM via Eventbrite. *Tickets do not guarantee entry; admittance is on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Mann Center for the Performing Arts does not support or endorse any political party, or candidate running for any local, state, or national political office. This concert is produced by the Working Families Party. All views and opinions expressed by the speakers or the performers are their own and do not represent the opinion or position of the Mann Center for the Performing Arts.
We're going paperless this season! For a copy of the season's touchless and environmentally-friendly program, text PROGRAM to (215) 544-2803. Instructions here.
A Message from Working Families Organization: Working Families Organization is requiring mandatory masking for this event. Please wear your mask at all times unless you are eating or drinking. Thank you for wearing your masks and keeping us all safe!
Other safety precautions include enhanced cleaning, sanitizing stations, and mobile tickets. Concessions will be open for this event.
Picnics are not allowed for this performance.
If you are 21 years of age or older and plan to consume alcohol at the concert, please be prepared to present proper I.D.
Lawn chairs are permitted for this performance. The Mann recommends reasonably sized chairs; be a good neighbor!
Small blankets are permitted for all shows, but we do ask that you be mindful of your neighbors on the lawn.
No photography is permitted at this performance.