Situated just outside of Chicago, the Rosemont Theatre provides an intimate concert experience at the heart of the city's transportation hub. This elegant theater boasts just over 4,000 seats and has hosted A-list musicians like The Beach Boys, Leonard Cohen, and Bruce Springsteen. This year, prepare for Mannheim Steamroller to light up the stage by taking note of the venue information included in the notes below.
Rosemont Theatre Seating Information
Nearest to the stage, the pit section offers five small rows and sections, ranging from 101-105. The main floor consists of two rows of sections. The front row features sections 101-105, while the back row holds sections 106-112, which extends across two separate areas going away from the stage. Note that in the main floor sections, single-letter rows are closest to the front, while double-letter rows will be further back. The second level of seating is the balcony, with two sets of each section ranging from 201-211. Check the seating chart for Mannheim Steamroller on this page to see the precise layout for the show on Saturday, December 20, 2014.
Rosemont Theatre General Information
For most concerts, children of all ages require a ticket for entry. The venue does not allow any type of camera, audio recording device, or outside food and drink inside the theater.
Rosemont Theatre Parking Information
Rosemont Theatre offers parking for cars, RVs, and buses on site, and there may also be spaces available in a parking garage north of the venue. Parking fees are collected on site, and the lots usually open two hours before the concert begins.
Rosemont Theatre Gate Times
Doors typically open one hour before show time.
Rosemont Theatre Accessibility
This theater is fully equipped with a variety of seating options for guests on both levels of the venue, and accessible parking is available in front of the Rosemont Theatre on a first-come, first-served basis. To ensure all necessary arrangements are made for your visit, it is best to contact the venue box office in advance of seeing Mannheim Steamroller.