VIP Venues: 6 Popular Concert Venues Perfect for Your Private Event
Skip the drab hotel conference room; if you want to liven up your local event, book one of these six show-stopping concert venues. From pulse-pounding music to dynamic lighting and special effects, you can now party like a rock star at any birthday bash, office party, or your own wedding.
15 Lansdowne Street
This favorite Fenway spot has hosted music legends from Lady Gaga to B.B. King during its historic run. With accommodations for 25 to 2,200 guests, the House of Blues Boston is an ideal gathering place for groups big and small. Choose from three unique spaces: a cozy yet cool, VIP club called the Foundation Room, a rocking restaurant and bar area complete with Southern folk art, and the tri-level Music Hall with state-of-the-art staging, lighting, and sound.
158 Brighton Avenue
With a recent lineup featuring half.alive, Mighty Mystic, and Maribou State, Brighton Music Hall is a stylish showcase for indie darlings of every genre. The newly renovated space in the heart of Allston has a capacity of 476, perfect for intimate events and smaller-scale festivities.
1 Hamilton Place
Built on the site of the Boston Music Hall in 1852, the Orpheum Theatre was revamped and renamed in the early 1900s, hosting a combination of vaudeville and film. Now a popular place for live performances, the theater has a capacity of 2,700 and still holds the historic charm and elegance of its 20th-century purposes.
967 Commonwealth Avenue
Opening in 1977, the legendary Paradise Rock Club has maintained its reputation as one of the premier rock and roll clubs in the country. Playing host to up-and-coming national touring acts, the venue can fit 933 guests for everything from live award shows and fundraisers to product launches and social soirées.
539 Washington Street
A haven for top touring Broadway shows and Boston Ballet spectaculars, the Boston Opera House has hosted music lovers since 1928. Designed by Thomas White Lamb in both French and Italian styles, the gorgeous space makes for an unforgettable evening. Rent the entire theater, select the stage, or choose a stunning smaller space; the Boston Opera House can accommodate groups of 20 to 2,600.
290 Northern Avenue
This waterfront amphitheater in the vibrant Seaport area is an amazing outdoor venue, attracting big-name acts like Van Morrison, Stevie Wonder, and The Allman Brothers Band. Open May through October, Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion has a seating capacity of 5,000 and a separate VIP tent that can host groups up to 400 guests.
So if you want to give your guests something to talk about at your next private event, turn up the fun and rock out at one of these classic concert venues.This is a paid partnership between Live Nation Special Events and Boston Magazine's City/Studio