Ever since its construction in 1927, the Tower Theater has been providing the Philadelphia area with unique concert experiences, especially when Bill O'Reilly and Dennis Miller comes to the Tower Theater in Upper Darby on Saturday, October 25, 2014. There's plenty to see and do at the historic theater, so make sure you get the details from the information below before you head out for the concert.
Tower Theater Seating Information
The orchestra pit makes up the lower level, starting with Row AAA closest to the stage in Section A. The orchestra level is also made up of Section B, which follows directly behind A and starts with Row AA, and Section C behind that, which begins with Row A. The Loge level consists of Section D, and both the Balcony and the Upper Balcony are made up of Section E. Seating in the Balcony runs from Section A-JJJ, and the Upper Balcony consists of Rows K-Q.
Tower Theater General Information
Personal cameras are generally allowed in the venue, but flash photography, video and audio recording, and any cameras with a removable lens are not permitted. Concessions are available inside the Tower Theater with food, drinks, and alcohol for purchase. All guests are subject to search before entering the venue to ensure the safety of everyone at the venue. The entry of items is at the discretion of security.
Tower Theater Parking Information
There is metered parking available on the streets surrounding the venue and in a lot to the rear of the building. In addition, there is a parking garage nearby for a fee. Since traffic can be heavy in the area, it is recommended to take the SEPTA train service, or the public bus system.
Tower Theater Gate Times
Doors will open one hour before the scheduled start time of the concert.
Tower Theater Accessibility
The Tower Theater is accessible for those in need of special accommodations both inside and outside of the venue. Accessible parking is available near the venue, and ADA accessible seating is available throughout as well. Please contact the venue prior to attending Bill O'Reilly and Dennis Miller to ensure that all of your needs will be met.