We went to a ballet event, and after being there, I was even more sorry to know that my trip took me to Philly just two days after Rascal Flatts performed there. It's a magnificent hall, worth putting on your finery for so you feel at home there! They appear to host many kinds of art performances; so pick one and go. I did not rate it a 5 only because there are some columns that are definitely not in a good place - so look at a seating chart and pay careful attention to where you are sitting (at least on the main floor).
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