The Mann's Party in the Park Goes Virtual

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The Mann Center for the Performing Arts will present its annual Party in the Park at-home-style with a Livestream broadcast

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Philadelphia, PAhe Mann Center for the Performing Arts - The Mann Center for the Performing Arts will present its annual Party in the Park at-home-style with a Livestream broadcast. Featuring virtual musical performances, from memorable moments from artists over past years, on Monday, Sept. 21, beginning at 7 p.m.

 The Mann Music Centers Livestream

The Mann’s Livestream is going to feature guest performances from Philadelphia Orchestra Concertmaster David Kim, folk, rock, and soul artist Amos Lee; Adam Weiner’s rock band Low Cut Connie; and string trio Time for Three.

New this year will be the new one Party in the Park ticket, permitting family access to the event. Those who purchase a ticket are eligible for an experience upgrade, a family-style, party-style meal from the Mann’s partners at Constellation Culinary Group.

This year’s Party in the Park offers a broad spectrum of diverse music entertainment, in addition to, a few influences from the Philadelphia Region.

  • With the Mann being The Philadelphia Orchestra’s summer home, the celebration could not happen without one of the Orchestra’s key players, David Kim.
  • Amos Lee, a Philadelphia native, blends folk, rock, and soul into his music and has released seven studio albums so far, with Mission Bell (2011) peaking at Number 1 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and Top Rock Albums charts.
  • Low Cut Connie, formed in Philadelphia in 2010, has released five albums—the first two being self-released and the last three by Contender Records.
  • Time for Three consists of violinists and vocalists Nick Kendall and Zachary DePue, as well as a double bassist and vocalist Ranaan Meyer

In addition to the Mann’s Party in the Park, there will be highlights of past performances from Phish and The Roots rebroadcasted during the event.

Tickets for the 2020 Party in the Park can be purchased by contacting Sara Smillie, Senior Manager of Development Events & Strategic Advancement, at (215) 546-7900 ext. 112

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