Mann Center for the Performing Arts
Parking for patrons with a valid disabled license plate or other authorized identification is available near the north and south entrances on a first come, first served basis. Patrons should follow signage towards the VIP parking areas for designated accessible parking. Patrons may also be dropped off in front of the North Gate, South Gate, or Box Office. The distance from our south parking lot to the main seating areas is approximately 600 feet. The distance from our north parking lot to the main seating areas is approximately 500 feet.
At least one lane will be wide enough to accommodate wheelchairs, those with accessibility needs can be escorted to the front to be screened for expedited entry.
The Mann provides accessible, ADA-compliant seating for all performances. Seating is limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Ticket orders are filled in the order in which they are received, starting with the seats closest to the stage in a given section. Several options are available including stair-free access and an open space to accommodate a variety of mobility devices including wheelchairs and motorized scooters. Alternatively, an upholstered loose chair can be provided. Aisle seating in seats with folding armrests are available upon request. A limited number of seats are reserved for patrons with low vision or blindness, which are located towards the front and center of the section. For Skyline Stage performances, ADA seating is available on a raised platform with space for both wheelchairs and loose chairs to the right of the Skyline Lawn.
There is an ADA accessible balcony via ramp.
Assisted Listening Devices
F.M. Sound Enhancement is available for patrons in need of this service. These devices amplify and clarify sound by cutting down or eliminating ambient noise. Headsets are distributed free-of-charge on a first-come, first-served basis. Please see a member of the usher staff upon your arrival for a personal receiver.
All public restroom locations on the Mann’s campus have accessible stalls.
Personal Care Attendant
For any patron with a disability who purchases a ticket for a concert and who will attend the concert with the patron’s government-funded personal care attendant, the personal care attendant will receive a complimentary ticket to the concert and a folding chair will be provided for seating next to the patron. Any request for a complimentary ticket for a personal care attendant must be made at the time of purchase of the patron’s ticket and should be made through the Mann Center at (215) 546-7900, Option 2.
Trained service animals and emotional support animals are welcome at all performances. Typically, the space under and around each seat will accommodate a service animal during a performance.
What you can bring:
Chairs and bags with medication are permitted. No outside food, but one empty reusable bottle of water, and/or one factory sealed 20 oz bottle of water may be brought in per person.
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