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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]

Candiland

Boston MA 02116., Boston, Massachusetts United States

Candiland Boston MA 02116. [more]

The Goodlife

28 Kingston Street, Boston, Massachusetts (Downtown) United States

617.451.2622

The Good Life Good Life resides in the heart of downtown Boston and is a full lunch/dinner/bar/lounge experience. Down one level is the Afterlife lounge – home to over 150 frozen vodkas and DJs spinning quality music from all genres most days of the week. Newly renovated, family owned and a slice of something different in Boston's downtown. [more]

Cafe 939 at Berklee

939 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts United States

Cafe 939 at Berklee Berklee's Cafe 939 is a state-of-the-art, all-ages, student-run music venue and coffeehouse. Located at 939 Boylston Street adjacent to the Cactus Club, Cafe 939 showcases Berklee's emerging student performers and local Boston artists, as well as national acts seeking a more intimate, personal space in which to [more]

TD Garden

100 Legends Way, Boston, Massachusetts United States

(617) 624-1000

TD Garden The TD Garden (formerly the FleetCenter), a 755,000-square-foot sports and entertainment complex replacing the Boston Garden, was constructed above a new five-story, 1,150-space MBTA parking garage accessible from Nashua Street. Long-term TD Garden leases and contracts have been executed with the Boston Bruins, the Boston Celtics, [more]

Colonial Theatre

106 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts United States

617-426-9366

Colonial Theatre The Colonial Theatre, located in Boston's Historic Theatre District, is the oldest continuously operating theatre in New England. Opened on December 26, 1900, the Colonial has played host to many world premiers such as Porgy and Bess, Oklahoma!, La Cage Aux Folles, and many, many more. Today the Colonial continues to present [more]

Game On Fenway

82 Lansdowne St, Boston, Massachusetts United States

617-351-7001

Game On! is Fenway's best sports bar and nightclub, offering the ideal place to watch a game with casual dining. A destination since 2005, Game on! seeks to provide the ultimate experience for every sports fan. No need to choose one- this bar offers sports fans great food, drinks, service and plenty of TVs to watch the game. We know that [more]

Wang Theatre

270 Tremont Street, Boston, Massachusetts United States

(617) 482-9393

Wang Theatre The Citi Performing Arts Center is known nationally as a true community arts center whose doors are open to all. With the belief that arts make and keep us a civilized nation, the Citi Performing Arts Center proudly looks forward to a bright future with the mission of presenting the finest performing [more]

Berklee Performing Arts Center

136 Massachusetts Ave., Boston, Massachusetts United States

(617) 747-2474

Berklee Performing Arts Center Located in the historic Back Bay, the Berklee Performance Center is at the core of Boston's entertainment and cultural community. Many excellent restaurants and hotels as well as the Prudential Center, Fenway Park, and the Hynes Convention Center are within walking distance. The Berklee [more]

Boston Opera House

539 Washington Street, Boston, Massachusetts United States

617-259-3400

Boston Opera House The history of the Opera House begins with its original incarnation, built on Huntington Avenue in 1901. The venue was a popular spot for local and traveling opera troupes. Unfortunately, the building fell into disrepair in the time between the Great Depression and World War II. It was eventually demolished; a Northeastern [more]