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Wednesday, May 9, 2007

After the concert at the Tower...

Ok, what I would like to do next is to post some info on where to go to have a drink after a concert at the Tower. Or, for instance, where do you think the artists would head to to cool off after their concert. I have no clue so really if you are familiar with Philadelhia's "night" life please send some info, and I'll be listing places with your tips. Thanks!!.
For the moment, I propose this link here where there are suggestions for each category.

12 comments:

Heather said...

Hi, quick question...

Just wondering where is a better spot to sit:

Orchestra Row O or Loge Row EE

Thanks!

rose taupe said...

I'd choose Loge. Row o in orchestra is far from the stage, you have many rows of people before you and you have the loge over your head. Still it's something personal. Please come back after the show an leave some feedback about your final choice!!.

Anonymous said...

Hi-I just found your blog and want to thank you!

I am taking my daughter and her friends to Kelly Clarkson tomorrow night and was wondering if our tix are any good...its Row FF, seats 110-114. Do you know if its ok to bring a camera?

Thanks in advance! ;-)

infotaupe said...

Hi, thanks. More and more people ask me about their seats, I really don't know what to say. To me your seats are quite good but that's totally subjective. I guess you will have already seen my posts about seating charts and pics inside the Theater, that will give you a more approximate idea than what I may say. Regarding cameras, I wrote what I know in the post "My visit to the Tower", in the concert I went to there was no problem with taking pictures, but I think it depends on the artist and the instructions they get that day. I've a favour to ask, pls come back to the blog after the show and add info, no matter how little, nobody ever does and I'm starting to get really demotivated!.Enjoy the show!!

Anonymous said...

I am leaving in about an hour...and I will post comments! I promise! :-)

Erin Palmer said...

It's a tough call. The Blue Line (subway) runs right from the Tower into Center City, where there is more of a "nightlife." It's also about a 15-20 minute car ride. I would guess that most performers would head back into the city after a show to hang out and not the area around the theater. Once in Center City, there's so much to do. A very popular area is Old City. The Blue line basically starts at the Tower (69th and Market Sts.) and ends in Old City (2nd and Market Sts.).

Thanks for this site!

infotaupe said...

Thanks to you, Erin!

Erin Palmer said...

I LOVE your site! It's so informative. I went to see the Swell Season on Tuesday and I was with my mom, who made friends with the security guard. He told us that the band would be hanging out at The Waterford after the show. The Waterford is a dive bar in the side street next to the Tower (if you are leaving the theater, you would go out of the side doors on the right instead of the front doors, and The Waterford would be right there). It was really late and we didn't wait, but there was a lot of "activity" around there and I am pretty sure that if we had stuck around for another hour, Glen and Marketa would have appeared! Just a tip!

infotaupe said...

Thnx again!

Brandon said...

does anyone know what the capacity of the tower is?

Anonymous said...

Hey im going to the dream theater show tonight; were staying at the marriott in center city. What's the best way to get there by car or sub?
Thnx.

Mike L.

infotaupe said...

Sorry Mike, I had opted for moderating comments due to some spamming and was away for a while so I couldn't publish your comment in time. I have now switched to automatically publishing comments again, hope can keep it that way (spamming permitting).