Opened in early 2013, The Sinclair closes the gap on the need for a concert venue, bar and restaurant in
one location at the Harvard Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Backed by The Bowery Presents, the Big Apple-based booking
company responsible for such legendary spaces as Terminal 5 and the Bowery Ballroom, The Sinclair truly exemplifies what determination
and business savvy can do, despite almost comical hurdles.
One of the first roadblocks The Bowery Presents crew ran
into was Cambridge's puritanical liquor laws. These laws prohibit nightclub licenses in which businesses cannot serve alcohol
without food. They decided to dive into the restaurant business at The Sinclair, a bold move for a company that had no prior
They also ran into a number of construction obstacles, which delayed The Sinclair's opening by
over a month. Not to be discouraged, the Bowery made light of the delays by creating a Tumblr coined, "The Sinclair is Not
The pauses were all well worth it. The Sinclair already possesses the connections to offer top-notch entertainment,
able to accommodate 200 events a year!
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Treat yourself out to a night out at The Sinclair in Harvard Square - where the drinks are flowing
and the music is glowing! The lineup for this year is chock full of talented bands that you just can't afford to miss! On
tap are Good Riddance, The Helio Sequence with Menomena, Delorean, Cults, Fidlar, The Polish Ambassador, Los Straitjackets,
Justin Townes Earle, Holy Ghost, Melt Banana, Caspian, Born Ruffians, Papadosio, Matt Wertz, Charli XCX, Macy Gray, Carbon
Leaf, Tori Kelly, Minor Alps and more!
And don't rule out The Sinclair as a place to spend the whole evening. There's
no need to figure out where to grab a bite to eat before the concert. You can do all of it in one convenient location!
Named as a tribute to the University of Cambridge in England, Cambridge, Massachusetts, is known for
its high-profile universities as well, which include Cambridge College, Lesley University, Harvard University and Massachusetts
Institute of Technology. Out of the 780 Nobel Prize winners, at least 129 of them have been associated with Cambridge's colleges
at one time or another in their careers.
The presence of higher learning institutions has also spilled over to transform
Cambridge into a prime location for think tanks and non-profit organizations. These groups include the Lincoln Institute of
Land Policy, One Laptop per Child, the National Bureau of Economic Research, Cultural Survival and the Smithsonian Astrophysical
Additionally, Cambridge is recognized for its music scene. Besides the stellar entertainment hosted at
the colleges, there are many first-class venues in Cambridge, including Club Passim, The Plough and Stars, The Middle East,
the Nameless Coffeehouse and its latest addition, The Sinclair.
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university sports programs and performing arts programs in one convenient place. Narrow your search to the university of your
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The Sinclair concert venue can seat up to 525 people
and contains three bars along with a large wraparound balcony. Josh Bhatti, the head of The Bowery Presents: Boston, in an
interview with The Crimson said he hopes the space will one day resemble New York's Mercury Lounge.
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The Sinclair is located in Cambridge's famous Harvard Square
- the centerpiece of Harvard University. Over the years, Harvard Square has been the site of everything from student protests
to street acrobatics. More notably, Harvard Square is home to the oldest university in the nation, is where George Washington
took the reins of the Continental Army and where anti-war protests took place in the 20th century.
Today Harvard Square
thrives as a cultural, entrepreneurial and philosophical mecca.
If your plans ever take you to Cambridge, Massachusetts,
make sure you take a stroll down to Harvard Square to experience all that this storied area has to offer from the shopping
to the nightlife to the live music scene.