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Boston Music

The Lizard Lounge

With a warm intimate and eclectic space, the Lizard Lounge is known for their poetry slams and open microphone nights. It is home to influential local artists such as Bill Janovitz, Dennis Brennan and Duke Levine. This lounge serves as an excellent venue to listen to jazz, folk and roots rock.


House of Blues

The House of Blues is part of a successful chain of musical venues across the country. It was originally converted out of an old art house in Cambridge Harvard’s Square and although the original venue closed the theme was rebuilt into a 2500 capacity room with a seated balcony. Not only is it the biggest club in Boston but it is located right beside Fenway Park. With an impressive list of artists who have performed there including Bob Dylan, this venue offers a wide range of musical experiences that include artists such as Deadmau5.


Brighton Music Hall

This 40 year old club, located in All Star Rock City’s student village, went through a transformation in early 2011 which has added to the overall unique experience of music listening in this hall. It is a place for local bands to have bigger audiences and bigger acts to play in a more intimate setting of approximately 400 people. If you are visiting around St Patrick’s Day, the Drop Kick Murpheys play annually during that time. Be sure to check the listings regularly because you never know who may play there.



The Sinclair

This new live-music venue opened with immediate praise becoming a favorite hot spot in Boston. Along with the live-music, it is also a restaurant run by noted chef Michael Schlow. With historical reclaimed wood that has mysterious messages from past Harvard students and a “landing spot” with an amazing view of the stage this venue is great to witness ambitious acts perform. 


TT The Bear’s Place

This bar hosted Sebadoh’s Ocean music video driving it to fame in the 1990’s. It celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2013.  Famous acts including The Pixies, The Strokes, Franz Ferdinand played some of their early shows at this venue. The Bear’s Place has a 330 person capacity and along with live rock bands also offers a weekly new wave night spun by DJ Chris Ewen.



The Middle East

Considered the centerpiece of Cambridge, it is located in Mark Sandman Square and is named after the slide bassist from The Late Morphine. It is not just a club to see a rock and roll show but more of a place to experience a multitude of different genres and is considered to be a cultural centre. It has some amazing dance parties and the upstairs and downstairs offers different live music spaces. 


The Middlesex Lounge

If you are looking for a night of dancing to electronic dance music then the Middlesex Lounge is an excellent venue to choose. It not only embraces electronic dance music but live Indie music as well. With no stage groups perform on the floor, offering an intimate feel between audience and musicians. The décor has a cool feel, the cocktail menu is exciting and unique and hip twenty something’s dance the night away.   


The Boston Classical Orchestra

 The Boston Classical Orchestra focuses their repertoire on the Classical period. They offer five programs with each season on Saturday evenings and Sunday mornings. Their most popular program is their Valentine’s concert but regardless of which night you decide to go you will be pleased with the overall beautiful and relaxing experience.