Catch your favorite bands and performers at House of Blues Boston, site of some of the best blues, rock, and soul concerts in Boston.

Offering some of the most popular music shows in Boston, House of Blues is also part of the lively nightlife scene around Fenway Park but also maintains a family-friendly venue. 

Located almost directly across from Fenway Park, House of Blues seats 2,425 plus another 350 in a private lounge area, making it one of the city's true mid-sized venues. 

If you like to hear music in spaces more intimate than TD Garden or Gillette Stadium but larger than the many Boston and Cambridge bars, HOB fits the bill perfectly.

House of Blues address:  15 Lansdowne Street
Nearest T (subway) station:  Green Line B, C, D/Kenmore

Top photo: House of Blues Boston across the street from Fenway Park

Rockland Trust Pavilion Concert Schedule & Tickets

Rockland Trust Pavilion's concert season begins around Memorial Day and continues until late September/early October. 

You'll usually start to see the summer concert lineup take shape by early March.  Shows continue to be added throughout spring and summer - so it pays to check back.

Concert Schedule & Tickets:

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Almost all seats in the amphitheater-style Pavilion provide excellent lines of vision to the stage.  The superb sound system - one of the best of all Boston concert venues - means you'll be able to hear well wherever you sit and shouldn't experience any distortion.

M83 in concert at Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion
M83 in concert at Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion - Photo by Ben Stas and courtesy of Dig Boston

Where to Eat and Drink near Blue Hill Pavilion

Although you can get food and drinks from the concessions inside the Pavilion, you'll find a LOT of other wonderful restaurants along the waterfront - just walk along Northern Ave toward downtown, and you'll see them lining both sides of the street.

Here are a few great choices within a couple of blocks of the Pavilion:
  • Legal Harborside - 270 Northern Ave - Head to the rooftop lounge on the 3rd floor - best waterfront views and great seafood.
  • Jerry Remy's Sports Bar and Grill - 250 Northern Ave - Don't get too distracted by the big screens with non-stop sports, or you'll miss your concert.  Order a beer and burger, and enjoy the action.
  • LTK (Legal Test Kitchen) - 225 Northern Ave - Chowder, cocktails, and fish tacos should keep you happy.  Order paella for a splurge.

More places to eat and drink along the South Boston Waterfront

Tables overlooking Boston Harbor at Legal Harborside
Tables overlooking Boston Harbor at Legal Harborside

Where to Stay near Rockland Trust Pavilion

Why rush home after a concert when you can enjoy the nightlife along the waterfront until closing, and then stay in a nearby hotel, such as the stylish Seaport Hotel:

Seaport Hotel, top choice in South Boston Waterfront

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Transportation & Parking near Rockland Trust Pavilion

You can easily get to the Pavilion (290 Northern Ave) on the T (Boston's subway). 

Take the Red Line to South Station and transfer to the Silver Line.  Take the Silver Line to the Silver Line Way stop (right after you come above ground); going back to South Station, take any inbound Silver Line bus - they all go back to South Station.

You can also walk from South Station - distance is only about a mile.

The closest parking to Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion is at the Park Lane Garage (1 Park Lane, which runs parallel to Northern Ave). 

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Boston Insider Tip:  Confused by the Pavilion's Name?

If you've visited or lived in Boston for a couple of decades or more, you may remember when concerts first took place in 1994 in this big white tent on the waterfront, it was called Harbor Lights Pavilion.

Five years later, Live Nation purchased the venue and sold naming rights to Fleet Boston Financial - and not surprisingly, the name changed to FleetBoston Pavilion until 2004, when a bank merger caused it to be renamed Bank of America.

Flash forward to several years ago: locally owned Rockland Trust Bank based in the Hyde Park area of Boston purchased naming rights through 2023 - so this popular concert venue is now called Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion.

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