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Guinness Fleadh At Suffolk Downs is one of the best places in the city of Boston to watch a live concert or performance. The venue has a large capacity and is popular amongst the locals that frequent the place whenever a gig is on. Various famous artists have performed here including Shawn Mullins, the Saw Doctors, John Martyn, Luka Bloom, Too Cynical To Cry, Blink and many others. Definitely a spot you would want to visit when your favorite band is touring the city.
Live Concerts, particularly elicited by profound, renowned artists give you the euphoric feeling that contributes to an unforgettable experience. The Wonderland Entertainment Complex that houses a spacious ballroom strikes just the same feeling. A must visit for music and art lovers, there are also Boxing matches that are held at the venue. The incredible cultural scene and the popular concerts are reason enough to create a huge impact on music lovers. Call ahead for more details.
Located on the picturesque Boston Fish Pier, the Exchange Conference Center is the perfect spot for any occasion. The conference center holds an enormous amount of history as being the original fish trade hub for Boston in the early 1900s. A true hidden gem, this center will give your guests a truly unique view of Boston. Check out the website for booking details.
The Bank of America Pavilion is an open-air amphitheater that has a seating capacity for 5000 persons. The original venue was located on Fan Pier but was squeezed out due to development projects in that area. Between its relocation and a few name changes, it continues to remain one of the city's most iconic arenas. Summer concerts feature top names in the entertainment business such as the Beach Boys, The Temptations and Donna Summer.
This IMAX theater, located inside New England Aquarium, has a giant-sized screen for your viewing pleasure. This movie theater hosts regular shows on the subjects of aqua marine flora and fauna. Its sheer size and state-of-the-art audio-visual facilities dazzle both the young and old. This place is a must-visit after a captivating tour of the aquarium.
One ticket buys you dinner, a cruise and a staged murder mystery for you to unravel. Previous cruise seasons have featured themes such as a Gilligan's Island mystery and a Titanic spin-off. Billed as a Key West tropical cruise, this show features some interesting characters, including “Jimmy Buffet”. Dinner is catered by Ristorante Marino, a local Italian eatery. Group rates are available for parties of 10 or more; private cruises may be chartered.
Part of the Boston Harbor Cruises, the Frederick L. Nolan Jr is a multi-purpose event charter that can accommodate up to 500 guests. The charter fully pampers them with constant service of food and drink through the help of in-house caterers and bars. A full course buffet dinner is sure to satisfy hunger pangs while on board. After an appetizing meal one can always take a walk on the deck, drinking in the magnificent views.
Enhance your party planning ideas by hosting one on a cruise. The Bay State charter of the Boston Harbor Cruises is ever available for private journeys across the wide waters of the city. Helping you pull off the best event is 3 full-service bars, 2 closed and 1 open deck, lounge areas, dance floors and the best of acoustics. Not to mention, the caterers will make food arrangements in a jiffy. The 110 foot cruise can accommodate as many as 570 people and is fully equipped with restrooms and provides easy accessibility to the wheelchair-bound.
The brainchild of the owners of Improv Asylum's Chet Harding and Norm Laviolette along with John Tobin proprietor of the Theatre District Productions, Laugh Boston is a top notch stand-up comedy club in the city. Opened in 2013, it is located in The Westin Boston Waterfront and has an elegant setting that is warm and inviting. Enjoy a drink or light meal before the show and get ready for a rib tickling session of funny gags by talented humorists.
Open on Boston's busy Financial District, An Tain is a single room bar that provides a convenient venue for busy office goers to let their hair down. Unlike most bars, this bar with an Irish feel is crowded on weeknights, owing to its location. A plethora of draught beers, cocktails and tiny bites like burgers and nachos await you. Ever popular American food is served in the dining area. The music is a mix of hip hop, modern techno, house and dance music that transmits live wire energy throughout the space. Boogie the night away at this loud, hip, trendy bar.
Dick Doherty runs a group of small comedy clubs around New England. His Boston outlet is located beneath the bar Howl at the Moon. You are unlikely to see any national headliners here, but faces are often familiar to locals. The well-traveled Doherty also appears, with his "naughty yet lovable" demeanour. Doherty started out half a century ago as a folk singer and has been involved in entertainment in some form ever since.
Fort Point Channel has become something of a hot spot for budding New England artists and Fort Point Arts Community Gallery displays their work in its 1,093-square foot site. The gallery is located in the Artist Building on the mezzanine level. An example of the work shown here is the exhibit Our Pets-Our Selves, which highlights artists Paul Weiner, Anna Salmeron and Jim Head Clausnitzer. Admission to the museum is free.