It's chilly in Philly, but hot at the Mann!
Despite winter’s chill, the Mann is already a hot ticket for next summer’s season.
Pollstar Names The Mann to its “Best” List
The Mann’s unique blend of rock and classical music has caught fire with national recognition. Its rebirth has made it one of the most important music centers in the country, and here’s proof: For the second, consecutive year, Pollstar Magazine has named the Mann as one of its Best Major Outdoor Concert Venues.
“Pollstar once again has confirmed what more and more Philadelphians know – the Mann is one of North America’s great live entertainment venues. From serving as a summer home for The Philadelphia Orchestra to hosting the latest indie rock bands, the Mann offers an amazing convergence of great music. If you haven’t discovered the Mann, we are working hard to make 2012 your year!” said Catherine M. Cahill, the Mann’s president and CEO.
Summer Can’t Come Fast Enough
The Mann has already announced several shows for its 2012 season, and tickets are selling at a record pace!
Shows now on sale:
- The world’s foremost crossover classical quartet, IL DIVO, comes to the Mann for one show only on Saturday, June 9 at 8 p.m.
- Breakthrough, indie-pop trio Foster The People make their highly anticipated return to Philadelphia for an exclusive area performance Thursday, June 14 at 7:30 p.m. with special guest Tokyo Police Club. Seats under the Mann’s signature shed are already sold out!
- With dynamic and compelling video accompanied by a live symphony orchestra, "The Legend of Zelda™: Symphony of the Goddesses” brings the world's most popular video game series to life at the Mann on Wednesday, July 25 at 8:30 p.m. Every performance to date has sold out early.
- From PBS and America’s Got Talent to the Mann stage, 11-year-old soprano sensation Jackie Evancho brings her Dream With Me tour here on Saturday, Aug. 25 at 8 p.m., accompanied by Symphony Orchestra.
Stay tuned for details on soon-to-be-announced shows including the Mann’s annual gala concert and Philadelphia on Parade! event, both in May and both free to the public, as well as exceptional series dates for The Philadelphia Orchestra and Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.