Pump up the volume during your next visit to Boston. Our W Music Curator suggests the following hot spots to experience the local music scene:
HOUSE OF BLUES
15 LANDSDOWNE ST.
The very first House of Blues opened its doors in a converted historical house in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1992 and is home to live music, original folk art, and delta-inspired cuisine. The House of Blues is dedicated to educating and celebrating the history of Southern Culture and African American artistic contributions to music and art.
100 STUART ST.
Inviting atmosphere, signature
cocktails, and flavorful bites along
with trend-setting Happenings and
renowned DJs make the W Lounge
a one-of-a-kind destination for
locals and guests to indulge.
Relax next to the fireplace and
savor creative small plates while
taking in the inventive atmosphere
and globally infused sounds.
52 CHURCH ST.
Hidden on a Harvard Square
sidestreet, The Sinclair is Boston's
newest live music venue. Listen to
up-and-coming bands and solo
artists in an intimate atmosphere.
The Sinclair's restaurant space, a
gastropub kitchen, embodies
how the worlds of food and music
influence each other.
51 STUART ST.
Bijou's electric lighting system,
chic, futuristic vibe and a world
class sound system has made it
one of the most popular
nightclub spots in Boston. Climb
a flight of stairs to find a lofty DJ
booth overlooking VIP tables,
two bars, and a dance floor.