House of Blues is a chain of concert halls/restaurants scattered across the United States. Hard Rock CafŽ co-founder Isaac Tigrett and actor Dan Aykroyd opened the chain's first location at a historic building in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1992. The duo known as The Blues Brothers began the business inspired by their love of blues music. The establishment became home not only to live music but also original folk art and cuisine inspired by the flavors of the South. House of Blues in Boston at Kenmore Square opened its doors in 2009 as a replacement for the concert hall/restaurant's former location at Harvard Square. Until this day, House of Blues continues to nurture up-and-coming and established talents, including indie band Foals, rapper Kodak Black and country singer Maren Morris. Grab your House of Blues Boston tickets at StubHub.
Is House of Blues accessible by public transportation?
The concert hall/restaurant is accessible by bus, subway or train.
Is there parking available
Patrons of the House of Blues will find parking very accessible to the venue. Parking tickets for the Lansdowne Street Garage, the next-door parking garage available for House of Blues Boston patrons, can be purchased online.
Is the House of Blues in Boston a wheelchair-friendly facility?
The venue was designed to be accessible and friendly to handicapped individuals. It has provisions for those using a wheelchair so that they can easily enter the concert hall/restaurant. A dedicated spot is also reserved for those in a wheelchair. However, the House of Blues Boston reminds its patrons about consequences associated with purchasing tickets designated for people in wheelchairs and those with other forms of disability.
Is bringing and using a camera permitted at the House of Blues?
Yes, you can bring and use any device that's capable of taking a photograph. However, your camera or smartphone shouldn't have the flash turned on when taking a picture. Unless otherwise approved by the artist, the artist's management and the venue management, video and removable lens camera are prohibited at the venue.
Are there other entertainment options nearby?
If you're planning to attend a House of Blues event in Boston and explore the city at the same time, you're sure to find something that's within your interest. The Fenway Park Tour takes its participants to spots memorable for baseball fans. Art fans will be treated to the biggest collection of art in America at the Museum of Fine Arts. It houses more than 400,000 art pieces, including a portrait of George Washington by Gilbert Stuart and Winslow Homer's 1885 painting "The Fog Warning."
Is it a kid-friendly establishment?
House of Blues events are open to all ages unless otherwise stated.Back to Top
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