Venues

136 Massachusetts Ave., Boston
(617) 747-2261
Description 1,215-capacity hall with reserved seats in the orchestra, mezzanine, and balcony. Mid-priced seats are located in the mid-orchestra and mid-balcony, and lowest-priced seats are located in the rear orchestra and balcony.
Box Office Monday - Saturday, 10am-6pm
158 Brighton Ave., Boston, MA.
Description 476 capacity general admission venue with standing room only. Performances are 18+, and a valid ID is required.
Box Office Tickets may be purchased at the Paradise Rock Club, 967 Commonwealth Ave., Boston M-Sat 12-6pm or 1 hour before doors at all Brighton Music Hall events.
I Science Park, Boston
617-723-2500
Description 289 capacity theater
Box Office 1 hour before the performance
80 Beverly St. at One Canal., Boston
(617) 933-8047
Box Office In-person Box Office is open daily 10am-10pm
219 Tremont St., Boston
617-824-8000
Description 1,186- capacity hall with reserved seats in the orchestra, mezzanine, and balcony.
Box Office Mon.–Sat., 10am–6pm; Sun. 12–4pm
11 Garden St. Cambridge, MA 02139
Description 550 seat general admission venue. Performances take place in the main sanctuary of the church. More information regarding the church can be found on its website.
Box Office Day of Show only
1446 Massachusetts Ave., Harvard Square, Cambridge
Description 600-capacity general admission venue, pew seating.
Box Office 1 hour prior to performance
15 Lansdowne St., Boston
(888) 693-2583
Description 2,425-capacity venue with general admission, standing room only on the floor, mezzanine and upper mezzanine levels. Very limited reserved seating options are available in the balcony.
Box Office Mon.-Sat., 10am-5pm at the Orpheum Theatre 1 Hamilton Pl., Boston
25 Harbor Shore Drive, Boston
(617) 478-3100
Description 325-capacity proscenium-style theater.
Box Office Tues., Wed., Sat., Sun., 10am-5pm and 1 hour before performance; Thurs. + Fri., 10am-9pm
Between Berkeley & Clarendon., Boston
617-876-4275
Description Back Bay's beautiful Marlborough Street will be blocked off between Berkeley and Clarendon Streets to accommodate 2,000 revelers dancing in the street.

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