Boston's underground indie clubs and open mic blues venues appeal to hip concert-goers, with a bevy of up--and-coming artists represented on their rosters. In the rest of the state, illustrious music venues such as rural Tanglewood, the summer home of the Symphony Orchestra, are beloved by classical music enthusiasts. No matter what auditory pleasures you seek, Massachusetts' music venues are sure to host something that appeals! Whether you want straight-up rock 'n' roll or the soothing sounds of singer-songwriters, Massachusetts' music venues deliver. Visit this indie rock club midway between Boston University and Boston College. This spot ranks among America's top intimate rock clubs. With a capacity of under , shows are electrifying, and performers often leap to international fame shortly after playing here. It's ideal for rock fans who enjoy being in the know when it comes to new talent.
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We'll help you plan your best summer yet with our annual roundup of can't miss events! And as always, we'll help you have a terrific weekend with our hand-picked selection of events. Have fun out there! She has been obsessed with - and inspired by - music since she listened to Monkees records borrowed from the town library when she was six years old. She bought her first Rolling Stones record at a flea market when she was in 7th grade and discovered David Bowie a year later.
New England is known for many things -- beautiful coastline, vibrant autumns, American history and clam chowder, just to name a few -- but the six states making up the region are also home to some of the most unique music venues out there. There's at least one venue from each of the 6 New England states represented, which speaks volumes to the importance of the region to burgeoning and established artists alike. Whether you're looking for the next place to rock out with your friends or planning concert logistics , the following venues have a lot to offer artistically, asthetically, and acoustically.
The concert industry is done for a long time. But local live music is back—in a way. The watershed show went down at the Tupelo Music Hall in Derry, New Hampshire, and was the first in a series of drive-in concerts in the parking lot. To kick things off, the venue hosted a pair of matinees with Granite State rocker Tim Theriault. Comparably, prior to the onset of COVID , locals could catch Theriault gigging at pubs for little or no cover charge. The picture is even worse for small local venues that operate on tight margins. In the best of times, their general admission and standing room setups are the antithesis of social distancing.