April 25, 2024


PHILADELPHIA (April 25, 2024) – New genre match-ups, a variety of musical artists to suit every taste, movies under the stars, massive festival experiences, and intimate, moving performances – the 2024 season at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts is again shaping up to be big with more concerts, more artists, and more memories for audiences to make on the Mann’s welcoming 22-acre campus in Fairmount Park.

On the heels of earning three 2024 Philadelphia Inquirer Philly Favorites awards, the Mann’s upcoming season has something for everyone, with nearly 50 performances already announced across multiple stages. The Philadelphia Orchestra’s summer residency will bring the classics to life with a modern twist, and BalletX will showcase innovative contemporary ballet as it returns for year three of its residency. Patrons will see film favorites with the Movies @ the Mann series, enjoy the return of Jazz Under the Stars Presented by Cadillac, connect with the venue’s immersive Downstage @ the Mann experience, and find chart-topping, touring, new, and all-time favorite artists are all part of the schedule.

"Last year was the biggest season ever at the Mann, and much of that success can be attributed to our booking partnership with Live Nation Philadelphia. Our 2024 season promises to reach new heights again," said Catherine M. Cahill, president and CEO of the Mann. "With our lineup full of movies, classics, hip hop, jazz, rock, and more, our Fairmount Park campus will be alive with the sounds of spring, summer, and fall, beginning in just a few short weeks. This season, our very special Downstage @ the Mann series, already in its third year, will lift up the idea of acceptance and hope with beautiful performances that share stories of the LGBTQ+ experience. It’s going to be a very special Mann season, and we can’t wait to welcome you back!”

Companies in Residence

This season’s Philadelphia Orchestra lineup, spanning classical, jazz, and rock, is sure to please fans of all genres and generations, and Philadelphia’s premier ballet company, BalletX, returns for the third year of its residency.

BalletX opens the Mann’s 2024 season with performances on April 26 and 27 for its BalletX Festival at the Mann. Experience world premiere choreography by Natasha Adorlee’s Got Soul with live music by Jac Ross, the Philadelphia premiere of Takehiro Ueyama’s Heroes (2019) with live music by Kato Hideki, and the return of Jamar Roberts’ Eros & Psyche (2023), featuring a Philip Glass score performed live by ensemble132.

“This festival is not just about the performances - both contemporary dance and live music - on stage; it's about bringing our community together to celebrate the power of dance and art to unite us all,” said Christine Cox, artistic and executive director and co-founder of BalletX. “We are especially grateful for the support of our community partners and organizations who help make this event possible, as well as our dedicated team who work hard to ensure that the arts remain accessible to everyone in Philadelphia.”

This season’s orchestral performances include the fan-favorite Tchaikovsky Spectacular on June 18, with a fireworks show topping off the night. An evening of jazz-inspired orchestral works on July 24 celebrates the 100-year anniversary of George Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue with Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue @ 100, featuring the Marcus Roberts Trio.

The Orchestra will take on all-new symphonic arrangements of DISPATCH’s indie-roots music on June 22, as the two groups collaborate for an uplifting night on the Mann’s Presser Stage.

Beck, the legendary pioneer of alternative rock and eight-time GRAMMY® Award-winner, will also join The Philadelphia Orchestra on July 25, fusing indie rock with classical arrangements for a not-to-be-missed night.
Movies @ the Mann makes its heroic return with The Philadelphia Orchestra performing Batman In Concert on June 20, and a magical carpet ride awaits on July 27 for Disney’s Aladdin In Concert.

“We are thrilled to return to the Mann this summer to perform diverse programs with a wide variety of special guests,” said Matías Tarnopolsky, president and CEO of The Philadelphia Orchestra and Ensemble Arts. “From celebrating the anniversary of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue to reaching across genres with Beck and DISPATCH, to performing iconic film scores, it will be another memorable summer residency in the longstanding partnership between our two organizations.” 

Jazz Under the Stars Presented by Cadillac and More

Renowned bassist, bandleader, composer, producer and educator Gerald Veasley will again curate the Mann’s Jazz Under the Stars Presented by Cadillac series. For these performances, the Mann’s Crescendo tent at the top of the hill transforms into a jazz club where patrons can enjoy light fare, private tables, sweeping skyline views of Philadelphia, and the music of masterful acoustic guitarist Peter White on August 3 and dynamic saxophonist Eric Darius on August 31. Both performances will feature the Gerald Veasley Band.

Voices of Hope, the Mann’s annual event in celebration of Black excellence, returns on June 6 to honor Philadelphia trailblazers who embody a culture of compassion and positive change. This year’s free festivities will honor City of Philadelphia Mayor Cherelle L. Parker, DiverseForce’s Sulaiman W. Rahman, The National Bar Association’s and The Barristers’ Association’s Bernard Smalley, and Twin Sister Docs’ Dr. Delana Wardlaw and Dr. Elana McDonald.

The popular radio show and podcast Wait, Wait…Don’t Tell Me! Presented by NPR in association with WHYY will also return to the TD Pavilion for a live taping on June 27 for a night of current events, trivia, and lots of laughs.

All BalletX and Orchestra shows, apart from DISPATCH and Beck with The Philadelphia Orchestra, and Wait, Wait…Don’t Tell Me!, are a part of the Mann’s Summer Picnic Series, where patrons are invited to pack a picnic to enjoy on the Mann’s Great Lawn before and during the show.

Inspiring Works Fuel Immersive Downstage @ the Mann

The Mann’s newest audience experience, and a Philly Mag Best of Philly award-winning venue, Downstage @ the Mann returns for its third season.

Downstage @ the Mann offers an up-close and personal way for patrons to experience live arts and music, with both the audience and the performers sharing the Presser Foundation Stage in the TD Pavilion. Downstage accommodates an intimate audience – up to 300 – allowing for connections between the audience, the performer, and each other.

This setting will be especially impactful for this season’s Downstage performances, which focus on the themes of acceptance and inclusion, emphasizing LGBTQ+ experiences. On August 16, GRAMMY®-nominated Americana singer-songwriter Amythyst Kiah will take the stage with her raw and powerful songwriting, and on October 10, choral ensemble Conspirare will perform the moving work Considering Matthew Shepard, exploring motifs of anti-hate, compassion, and understanding.

Live Nation Brings Touring Artists to the TD Pavilion and Highmark Skyline Stage

Serving as the host of hundreds of historic concerts and performances since 1976, the Mann’s TD Pavilion and Presser Stage will showcase more than 30 acts this season, such as Niall Horan of One Direction fame (June 11), rockers Daryl Hall + Elvis Costello & The Imposters (July 10) and James Taylor (August 30), pop star Meghan Trainor (September 7), Philadelphia’s own Mt. Joy (September 20), and the legendary Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band (September 24).

Newly renovated in 2023, the Mann’s Highmark Skyline Stage provides a festival-like atmosphere for patrons to enjoy general admission shows. Acts taking the stage this year include rapper Bryson Tiller (June 7), the pop-punk festival ALT 104.5 Presents: Sad Summer Festival - Presented By Journeys and Converse (August 8)Still Woozy (August 11), and breakout artist Tate McRae (August 14).

Taking over the Mann’s entire campus for a weekend of hip-hop, the Roots Picnic music festival returns on June 1 and 2 for its fourth year at the Mann, with marquee acts including Lil Wayne performing with The Roots, Jill Scott, Victoria Monét, NAS, André 3000, and more.

In addition to the music, patrons can enjoy distinctive dining experiences before and during the season’s performances. The Mann’s 5,000-square-foot Crescendo tent offers an outdoor dining space and skyline views at the top of the Mann’s Great Lawn, while the 2,000-square-foot Acclaim tent provides a lush garden setting for pre- or post-concert receptions. Reservations are now open for dining at the Crescendo tent, as well as orders for gourmet picnic baskets by Di Bruno Bros., which are available for pick-up throughout the Mann’s Picnic Series.

Descriptions of Mann Presents concerts are below. For a complete list of performances that have been announced to date for 2024, and to purchase tickets, visit manncenter.org/events.
FRIDAY, APRIL 26 AND SATURDAY, APRIL 27: BalletX Festival at the Mann
TD Pavilion

Experience world premiere choreography by Natasha Adorlee with live music by Jac Ross, the Philadelphia premiere of Takehiro Ueyama’s Heroes (2019) with live music by Kato Hideki, and the return of Jamar Roberts’ Eros & Psyche (2023), featuring a Philip Glass score performed live by ensemble132.
TD Pavilion
Sunset Circus features circus artists from Cirque du Soleil, Big Apple Circus, and beyond, Sunset Circus features a sensational cast who will bring you laughter, awe, and perhaps a tear. This unique theatrical circus experience presents innovative circus acts interwoven by characters who would be at home in your own backyard.

These performances play an important role in our education and community engagement efforts and serve as a vital link in making free quality performing arts programs accessible to all youths in an open-air atmosphere. This performance is open to all students K – 12th grade.
This upbeat and fun performance is presented FREE of charge. The Mann Center is proud to invest in providing free concert experiences to students in the Philadelphia and surrounding region; however, due to schools reserving seats and canceling at the last minute, the Mann Center requires a $100 check mailed to the education office as a placeholder. The check will be returned to the school after the performance. If that said school does not show up to claim their reserved seats, the check will be deposited. Registration is required for admission.
TD Pavilion

This free annual celebration honors Philadelphia trailblazers who embody a culture of compassion and positive change. The central theme for the 2024 Voices of Hope is “Moving the Needle Forward, Looking to the Future,” with focuses on music, culture, uplifting communities, and paving the way for the next generation of leaders. Zeroing in on these universal themes by amplifying the incredible contributions of Black culture in ways that are unifying and powerful is what we all need more of, especially now. We aim to spotlight a level of excellence for younger generations to strive toward.
This year, the Mann will honor: Hon. Cherelle L. Parker, Mayor of Philadelphia; Sulaiman W. Rahman, Founder and CEO DiverseForce; Bernard Smalley, National Bar Association and The Barristers’ Association; and Dr. Delana Wardlaw and Dr. Elana McDonald, Twin Sister Docs.
TD Pavilion
             Austin Chanu, conductor

Pack a picnic and join us for our annual summer tradition as The Philadelphia Orchestra, led by Austin Chanu, returns to TD Pavilion at the Mann on June 18 for an evening of Tchaikovsky’s greatest works. We’ll begin the evening with Tchaikovsky’s emotional Symphony No. 6, the last of his symphonies to premiere in his lifetime. Following this will be selections from the lush and romantic Suite from Swan Lake, featuring some of Tchaikovsky’s most memorable melodies. We’ll finish the evening with the rousing 1812 Overture, culminating in an epic display of fireworks against the gorgeous Philadelphia skyline!
TD Pavilion
Anthony Parnther, conductor

Presented in collaboration with Warners Bros. Discover Global Themed Entertainment and DC, celebrate the 35th anniversary of Warner Bros. Pictures’ iconic film “Batman” in a whole new way! On June 20, don’t miss Batman In Concert with The Philadelphia Orchestra at the TD Pavilion at the Mann. Projected on a larger-than-life screen, the 1989 blockbuster starring Michael Keaton as Batman and directed by Tim Burton will come to life as The Philadelphia Orchestra performs Danny Elfman’s thrilling score live to picture. Pack a picnic and join us for a perfect night under the stars.
Released June 23, 1989, Warner Bros. Pictures’ “Batman was the top-grossing film that year and has remained a fan-favorite for more than three decades. The film was composer Danny Elfman’s first collaboration with director Tim Burton and was later nominated for a Grammy. “The Batman Theme” has become an iconic piece, evoking the Caped Crusader for many generations. 
TD Pavilion
Join us on June 22 at the TD Pavilion at the Mann for a night of indie/roots-orchestral fusion as DISPATCH plays its premiere performance with The Philadelphia Orchestra! This debut concert will feature all-new symphonic arrangements of the band’s classic songs.
Formed by Chadwick Stokes and Brad Corrigan while in college in Vermont, DISPATCH have forged their own path outside the mainstream music industry  as one of independent rock’s most indelible acts over the last two-and-a-half decades. Over the course of a slew of acclaimed studio and live albums and countless tours and festivals, the band has gone on to become one of biggest success stories in music history without any traditional radio or major label support. The five piece continues to grow and push their boundaries, taking surprise turns without ever abandoning the signature sound, and the songs on their most recent release, their 8th studio album, Break Our Fall, blend infectious roots rock with hints of reggae, folk and blues.
Throughout their rise, DISPATCH has taken every opportunity to use their success for good, launching charitable organizations to fight inequality and mass incarceration, raising funds and awareness for environmental causes, schools and hospitals on the road, and even traveling as far afield as Zimbabwe to work with children and communities in need..
Our Fabulous Philadelphians paired with DISPATCH will be a summer evening of unforgettable, heartfelt music under the stars!
TD Pavilion
Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me!, National Public Radio’s Peabody Award-winning comedy news quiz show, returns to TD Pavilion at the Mann on June 27! Join us as host Peter Sagal leads a rotating panel of comedians, writers, listener contestants, and celebrity guests through a rollicking review of the week’s news. Contestants vie for the most coveted prize in all of public radio: a custom-recorded greeting by any of our cast members for their voicemail.
TD Pavilion
             Tristan Rais-Sherman, conductor

Take a trip back with us to the Roaring '20s as we celebrate the 100-year anniversary of George Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue. Pack a picnic and join us for a night of jazz-inspired orchestral works with The Philadelphia Orchestra and Marcus Roberts Trio, conducted by Tristan Rais-Sherman on July 24!
The first part of the evening will celebrate the legacy and work of often-overlooked Black classical music composers. We’ll begin with Adolphus Hailstork’s An American Port of Call, capturing the busy essence of Norfolk, Virginia, Hailstork’s hometown. Then, we’ll hear Florence Price’s Symphony No. 3, which she composed for the Works Progress Administration at the apex of the Great Depression. Following intermission, we’ll be greeted by James P. Johnson’s epic jazz and swing-infused Victory Stride.
For the evening’s climax, we’ll be treated to Rhapsody in Blue, which has thrilled audiences for 100 years with its irresistible rhythms and lush orchestration. This special performance of the Gershwin masterwork features jazz legend Marcus Roberts and his Trio. Roberts has made a lifelong exploration of this work, revealing new treasures in every performance, punctuating the classic with “cascading arpeggios, warm pools of sound and an array of alternate motifs … hyper virtuosic pianism and the trio's rhythmic propulsion” (Chicago Tribune).

This performance is presented by Cadillac.
TD Pavilion

Join us for an extraordinary evening as Beck, modern music's consummate chameleon and eight-time GRAMMY® Award-winner, takes the stage with the prestigious Philadelphia Orchestra on July 25 at TD Pavilion at the Mann! This unique collaboration promises a one-of-a-kind experience, blending Beck's signature style with the rich depth and dynamic range of a full orchestra.
As the title of his most recent album Hyperspace might imply, Beck has traveled light years from his emergence as a reluctant generational spokesperson when “Loser” exploded from a rejected 1992 demo into a ubiquitous 1994 smash. In the decades since, Beck's singular career has seen him explore all genres and eras of music, blurring boundaries and blazing a path into the future while foraging through the past.
Beginning with his 1994 debut Mellow Gold, Beck’s creative evolution has always progressed at an exponential rate. From 1996’s multi-platinum cultural touchstone Odelay to 1998's world-tripping Mutations and the florescent funk of 1999's Midnite Vultures, 2002's somber Sea Change, 2005's platinum tour de force Guero and 2006's sprawling The Information, 2008's acclaimed Modern Guilt, 2014’s Album of the Year GRAMMY® winner Morning Phase, the “euphoric blast of experimental pop” (Rolling Stone) that was 2017’s Colors and his 2019 "best in a decade” (PeopleHyperspace, no Beck record has ever sounded like its predecessor. The New York Times notes a consistent thread: "Though Beck’s records through the years have tended toward maximalism, a kind of meticulous sonic gorgeousness, melody remains central to his art.”
TD Pavilion
             Susie Seiter, conductor

Pack a picnic, grab your magic carpet, and join us for a mystical evening under the stars as the Mann presents Disney’s Aladdin In Concert with the Oscar®, Golden Globe®, and GRAMMY®-winning score performed live by The Philadelphia Orchestra in the TD Pavilion at the Mann on July 27!
In the mythical city of Agrabah, Aladdin is a street-smart go-getter dreaming of a better life. Princess Jasmine is the clever, confident daughter of the Sultan, longing to be free from a sheltered existence inside the palace walls. When a chance encounter brings the pair together and reveals an evil plot by the sorcerer Jafar, the two set out on a magic carpet ride of adventure to foil Jafar’s wicked plan. Along the way and with the help of best friend the monkey Abu, and a wise-cracking Genie (Robin Williams), Aladdin learns to succeed by believing in himself.
Howard Ashman and Alan Menken collaborated on six songs, including “Arabian Nights,” ”Friend Like Me,” and “Prince Ali.” After Ashman’s death in 1991, Tim Rice wrote additional works, notably “One Jump Ahead” and “A Whole New World.” The film won Academy Awards® for Best Song (“A Whole New World”) and Best Original Score.
Presentation licensed by Disney Concerts.
Jazz Under the Stars Presented by Cadillac
Throughout his career, Peter White has maintained a reputation as one of the most versatile and prolific acoustic guitarists on the contemporary jazz landscape. Armed with an unparalleled combination of lyricism and energy, he combines elements of jazz, pop, and classical guitar to create a sound that is singular and at the same time accessible to a broad audience.
In a career that spans nearly four decades, over a dozen solo recordings, and countless performances, White insists that it’s the faces in the crowd and the fans that keep the experience fresh. “I’ll play a live show, and someone will come to me afterward and say, ‘Oh, I loved this CD,’ or ‘This song helped me through a bad time,’” he explains. “Or I get emails from people saying, ‘Oh, I love the way you covered one of my favorite songs on your record back in 1994.’ The idea that someone can write me an email and tell me about something I did on a record that was released fifteen years ago – you can’t buy that. That’s priceless. That’s what keeps me going – the idea that people out there really care about what I do, the idea that I’ve made a difference for someone.”
FRIDAY, AUGUST 16: WXPN Presents Amythyst Kiah
Downstage @ the Mann
Our award-winning Downstage @ the Mann series returns! Don’t miss the 2024 series premier with GRAMMY®-nominated Americana artist Amythyst Kiah on Friday, August 16. Hailed by Rolling Stone as “one of roots music’s most promising new voices,” Kiah’s songwriting is a raw yet nuanced examination of her lived experience and journey towards total self-acceptance. Her music explores her identity as a Black and LGBTQ woman, and in particular, her years spent feeling othered living in areas of Tennessee that did not reflect her own identity.
Kiah aims to offer listeners the same sense of purposeful escape that music has long provided her, all while building an undeniable sense of communion with her audience. She dedicates her music to “anyone who’s struggled with grief or trauma, or felt left out and weird and like they didn’t belong,” noting she hopes listeners “come away from these songs knowing that they can heal from whatever it is that they’re going through."
The intimate Downstage @ the Mann performance setting offers the ideal environment in which to explore the songwriter’s music in an engaging, welcoming way. Don’t miss a breathtaking evening with Amythyst Kiah!
Jazz Under the Stars Presented by Cadillac
With his crowd-captivating energy throughout his world-renowned live performances, Billboard chart-topping, American saxophonist, songwriter, producer, and performer, Eric Darius, is breaking the mold of modern Jazz. He fearlessly pushes all musical boundaries while innovatively fusing jazz with elements of R&B, hip-hop, funk, pop, and much more.
With eight highly acclaimed albums to his name, Eric continues to be a singular force on the music scene while forging new paths and bridging generational gaps. To date, he has racked up five No. 1 Hit Singles and 17 Top 10 Radio Hits on Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz Chart. He was SESAC’s Top 10 Jazz Artist of the Year in 2015, Citril Starz Awards’ Best Jazz, Saxophonist, Composer, Producer & Musician of the Year in 2017, and most recently was selected the Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival Artist of the Year for 2022. A natural born showman, Eric has collaborated across genres with GRAMMY® award-winning artists Prince, Mary J. Blige, David Foster, Carlos Santana, among many others. He also founded the “On A Mission in the Schools” initiative in which he partners with schools to expose students to jazz music and encourage them to follow their artistic passions.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10: Considering Matthew Shepard
Downstage @ the Mann
             Conspirare, vocal ensemble
             Craig Hella Johnson, Conspirare artistic director/conductor
             Elliot Forrest & Rod Caspers, stage directors
             Rollo Dilworth & Jay Fluellen, choral music directors
On October 10, GRAMMY®-winning vocal ensemble Conspirare and composer Craig Hella Johnson present the choral drama Considering Matthew Shepard, an evocative and compassionate inquiry into acceptance. Inspired by the 1998 murder of Matthew Shepard, a young gay man in Laramie, Wyoming, the work offers audiences a chance to explore themes of anti-hate, compassion, and understanding in a powerful way. The story invites audience members to consider how we “other” people and how we can move towards acceptance. While Matthew’s untimely death occurred 25 years ago, these conversations remain relevant in today’s time of deep division.
This three-part choral drama speaks with a fresh and bold voice, incorporating a variety of musical styles seamlessly woven into a unified whole. In addition to the world-class choral performance by the Conspirare ensemble, Hella Johnson sets a wide range of poetic and soulful texts by poets including Hildegard of Bingen, Lesléa Newman, Michael Dennis Browne, and Rumi. Passages from Matt’s personal journal, interviews and writings from his parents Judy and Dennis Shepard, newspaper reports, and additional texts by Hella Johnson and Browne are poignantly appointed throughout the work. There will also be choral performance by a community choir directed by Philadelphia’s Rollo Dilworth and Dr. Jay Fluellen.
The intimate Downstage @ the Mann performance setting offers the ideal environment in which to explore this stunning work in an engaging, welcoming way. The work aims to instill a renewed sense of acceptance, introspection, unity - and above all - hope in all those who attend.
The Mann Center for the Performing Arts’ 2024 Season Schedule

About the Mann Center for the Performing Arts
As one of the foremost outdoor music centers in the country, the Mann Center for the Performing Arts, a leading non-profit organization, has a historical legacy of artistic excellence as a world-class entertainment destination presenting premier artists, now in association with Live Nation Entertainment. Each summer season, renowned symphony orchestras, iconic rock stars, and the latest touring artists in indie rock, hip hop, R&B, and pop take the stage here. The Mann is the summer home of The Philadelphia Orchestra and has presented critically acclaimed performers in every decade since the 1930s. Located in the heart of Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park, the Mann hosts more than 400,000 visitors annually. Signature concert experiences are surrounded by Philadelphia’s stunning skyline and include seats beneath the Mann’s acoustically acclaimed TD Pavilion; picnics, blankets, and music under the stars on its Great Lawn or at the top of the hill at the Highmark Skyline Stage @ the Mann; and dining in Crescendo, the venue’s spectacular tented restaurant. In addition, the Mann’s Education & Community Engagement Program reaches tens of thousands of young people annually through free programming and educational initiatives as well as its virtual Mann Music Room. The Mann's unique setting also provides an unparalleled opportunity to activate the campus's six unique event spaces available to host concert presentations, intimate gatherings, corporate events, and private functions. For more information, visit www.manncenter.org
About The Philadelphia Orchestra
The world-renowned Philadelphia Orchestra strives to share the transformative power of music with the widest possible audience, and to create joy, connection, and excitement through music in the Philadelphia region, across the country, and around the world. Through innovative programming, robust education initiatives, a commitment to its diverse communities, and the embrace of digital outreach, the ensemble is creating an expansive and inclusive future for classical music and furthering the place of the arts in an open and democratic society.
Based in Philadelphia, BalletX is one of the nation’s premier contemporary ballet companies, known for commissioning choreographers from around the world to create new ballets that are “fresh, inclusive, and connect to what people want” (Philadelphia Citizen). Led by Artistic & Executive Director Christine Cox, BalletX has been recognized by The New Yorker as a “place of choreographic innovation” producing nearly 130 world premiere ballets and films by more than 70 choreographers in its 18-year history. In addition to virtual works, main-stage performances and international touring, the company offers free community pop ups, dance classes, artist Q&As, open rehearsals and in-school dance education designed to inspire human connection through dance. To learn more about BalletX’s programming and dancers, visit BalletX.org and follow the company on social media.
About Live Nation Entertainment
Live Nation Entertainment (NYSE: LYV) is the world’s leading live entertainment company comprised of global market leaders: Ticketmaster, Live Nation Concerts, and Live Nation Media & Sponsorship. For additional information, visit www.livenationentertainment.com. Live Nation Urban (LNU) is a partnership with Live Nation Entertainment, the world’s leading live entertainment company. Specifically focusing on Hip-Hop, R&B and Gospel, LNU builds platforms, events, and festivals globally and develops dynamic content strategies based upon the live properties created. Live Nation Urban considers itself the most powerful source for live urban music. For additional information, visit www.livenationurban.com.  

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