Philadelphia, PA - Live Nation Philadelphia today offered a new look at the future of live entertainment in the city by revealing artist renderings of the interior of The Met Philadelphia, the area’s soon-to-open, incredible space for live performances.
The transformation of the Oscar Hammerstein-designed 1908 opera house on North Broad Street—a partnership between Live Nation, Eric Blumenfeld, and Holy Ghost Headquarters—is slated to open in December 2018, and will be a fusion of signature entertainment, remarkable food, and unparalleled VIP guest experiences.
“The Met Philadelphia will offer the ultimate live music experience. Said Geoff Gordon, Live Nation Philadelphia Regional President. These spectacular images help define the concepts we’re developing that will provide the ultimate concert experience for our guests with the best sightlines, crystal clear sound, and so much more.”
Created by Atkin Olshin Schade, the architects for The Met Philadelphia, the renderings reveal the venue’s unparalleled customer experience with unique, customizable spaces for live entertainment, private hospitality, and full-service dining. Interior designs by Margi Tierney Leiss of L Studio, of Hummelstown, PA
Two shows have already been announced, including James Bay and his Electric Light tour on March 9, 2019; and Derek Hough, star of ABC’s Dancing with the Stars, on June 14, 2019. Tickets for both shows are on sale now at Ticketmaster.com. More shows will be announced shortly, including a series of opening events.