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The Met Philadelphia - Philadelphia, PA
The Metropolitan Opera House, which is currently known as the Met, is located at 858 N Broad St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is a historic opera house with a seating capacity of 3,500. The opera house was opened to the public on November 17, 1908, with a construction cost of $2 million. The venue is under the ownership of the Holy Ghost Headquarters, and it is operated by Live Nation Philadelphia. The opera house was closed in 1988 and was reopened on December 3, 2018, after a major renovation. It underwent restoration in the year 1939, 1943, 1948, 1975, and 2017-18. The Met used to host various events in history but now the opera house is for theater and concerts. The architectural work of the venue is done by William H. McElfatrick and Atkin Olshin Schade Architects in a classical revival style. The venue was known by various former names such as the Philadelphia Opera House, Philadelphia Evangelistic Center, and the Metropolitan Opera House.
The Metropolitan Opera House was included in the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1972. The site was the largest opera house of its type at the time of its opening. The opera house hosted many concerts, film productions, silent films, ballrooms, etc. Some popular events held at this venue are Carmen (production by Georges Bizet), silent movies, an opening ceremony concert by Bob Dylan, etc.
To get your hands on the tickets for the events to be held at the MET, visit their box office or visit our website TicketsOnSale.com to buy online.