Opened in October 1995, Chicago’s Rosemont Theatre cost an estimated $40 million to build. Yet for that amount, patrons are guaranteed an unobstructed view of the stage, regardless of where you sit, and a top-notch sound system.
The theatre is air-conditioned and comfortable, with extra-wide aisles. It also boasts parking space for 1,200 vehicles (and a promise that you won’t have to wait more than five minutes to get out of the car park).
It holds a capacity of approximately 4,400 for concerts and special performances (some 2,238 in the main floor seats in a proscenium arc, and some 2,082 up in the balcony) and the plush baby-blue hall has witnessed many successful concerts by the likes of Joni Mitchell and Bruce Springsteen, as well as Broadway shows such as ‘Rent’ and ‘Cats’.
If you’ll be here on 12 and/or 13 April, then let us know. We hope you have a wonderful time.
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