Boston Live Music Venue

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The Ocean Club

333 Victory Road, Quincy, Boston, Massachusetts United States

617-689-0600

The Ocean Club at Marina Bay in Quincy is the Boston area's premier summertime nightclub. The outdoor club on Boston's waterfront features 62,000 square feet of space for private functions, day and night fun or music and ticketed events. The space includes luxury cabanas, bars, dance areas, VIP areas with bottle service options, skyboxes, sports [more]

Hennessys Hooley House (near Faneuil Hall)

25 Union Street, Boston, Massachusetts United States

617-742-2121

Hennessy’s Hooley House has acquired as reputation as as Downtown Boston’s best Live Music Venue, with an atmosphere similar to a traditional Irish Village including a post office, a complete Irish cottage and the classic Irish Pub. The top of the line lighting and sound system make this club a desired performance location for Boston's best [more]

Howl at the Moon

184 High Street, Boston, Massachusetts United States

617-292-4695

Howl at the Moon is known as one of the best parties in Boston's Financial District because it is a one of a kind piano bar with frequent live music. The club is the perfect place to host any kind of party- from Bachelorette parties to company outings, and everyone enjoys the happy hour specials. Catch the party any night of the week with frequent [more]

Mojitos Latin Lounge and Nightclub

48 Winter Street, Boston, Massachusetts (Downtown) United States

617.834.0552

Mojitos is an upbeat Latin dance club known for its frequent Salsa lessons, live music and the best Latin DJs and dancers. The two floors of party space brings a sexy crowd to this downtown hot spot every weekend. This multi level club packs the heat at one of the best parties in Boston all weekend with live music, latin DJs, salsa lessons [more]

Sizzle

135 George St. North, Boston, Massachusetts (Cambridge) United States

519-496-5383

Your Big Little Club Cambridge's music and event space for the LGBTQ Community! A safe and comfortable place for the community to socialize, play pool, dance or enjoy our special musical guests! [more]

The SkyBar

518 Somerville Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts (Somerville) United States

617-623-5223

The Scene Once a local dive for beer mongers and Keno fiends, Sky Bar has become a psychedelic haven for local music, frosty pints and darts. A long oak bar stretches the length of one wall, with parallel cocktail seating separating the drinking from the entertainment. And then there's the rainbow spotlights. Not since Spit, or maybe even "Laugh [more]

Kays Oasis Music Center

1125 Blue Hill Ave, Boston, Massachusetts United States

Kays Oasis Music Center 1125 Blue Hill Ave, Dorchester, MA. [more]

Naga

450 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, Massachusetts (Cambridge) United States

6176614900

As the most sought after entertainment venue in the Greater Boston area, we at Naga Cambridge Night Club cater to A-List clientele, featuring a spacious dance floor, banquette seating, new upstaged VIP area, DJ VIP area, plush couches, and some of Greater Boston's best nightlife events. Our newly redesigned VIP area exudes an exotic [more]

Paradise Rock Club

967 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Massachusetts United States

617-562-8800

Paradise Rock Club   The Paradise has endured as one of Boston's premiere rock and roll clubs for over 30 years. It holds a place in history as the first venue that U2 ever performed in the USA and has hosted some of rock's elite including: The Police, AC / DC, Blondie, REM, The Jam, Tom Petty and the [more]

Wilbur Theatre

660 Washington Street , Boston, Massachusetts United States

(617) 248-9700

Wilbur Theatre The Wilbur Theatre was built in 1914 by the Shubert brothers who named it for their friend and theatre manager A.L. Wilbur. It was built on the site of the former Winthrop School for Girls. The Wilbur was the first Boston theatre to draw its inspiration from American Colonial architecture rather than from European sources. It was [more]