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Brighton Music Hall is a premiere live performance venue. See a variety of performances from rock bands to stand-up comedy at this great concert hall. We are located at 158 Brighton Ave. in Allston, MA.
They've really stepped it up since the Harper's Ferry days. Great lighting, sound system, and vibe for a good live music show.
TT the Bears moved their 80s night here on Saturdays.
Food and the drinks and the music
2015 Best Neighborhood Diversion, ALLSTON: "… concerts span a variety of genres and give prime billing to only-in-Allston faves like Will Dailey, Shea Rose, and Bearstronaut."
Cool local spot for live bands.
Awesome selection of draught beers; try something by Goose Island (I suggest a 312)!
One of the best live music venues around.
Best venue in Boston. Not a bad spot in the place. Never a wait for drinks, sound is very good - and Sunset grill is next door. Parking... That's a different story.
Earplugs. Mid and high range is completely blown out here. Bass is great.
New Year's Eve 2014 Party at Brighton Music Hall - Allston, MA early @ Tuesday December 31, 2013.Grab Your Tickets @
The bartenders are good at servicing a crowd but can't even serve a good drink. It's got booze alright but goof luck if you get the right one.
We are playing a show at Brighton Music Hall on Tuesday, May 28th, with our talented friends Friendly People, The Shills and Vending Machetes
Really nice venue! Little sound treatment, so bring your earplugs (just in case). Multiple bars, and some pool tables. $10 margarita, but it was a fairly large drink, so it was worth it!
This space housed Harpers Ferry for 40 years, which was the cornerstone of “Allston Rock City” and had its last concert Halloween night in 2011.
WHY? performs on Tuesday, Feb. 12. "Attend purely for the eccentricity of the experience," says Flores. WHY? blends "hip-hop with indie-rock, folk, atypical vocals, and quirky lyrics."
Everyone has b.o.
Honestly feel like when it was Harpers they booked better acts for cheap. Still a good place in a great spot to get out meet people and dance but just sayinn
This venue holds only a few hundred people, but seeing your favorite alternative/indie rock groups here feels like an acoustic set in your backyard thanks to it's size. Plus, most shows are only $15.
Try the Goulosh!
This venue only holds about 250 people, so it always makes for a really intimate show that’s guaranteed to be special.” – Andy Grammer
They did not honor the American Express special
Check out The Parlotones live on June 2! Get your tickets here:
Don't stand at the stage you will be behind the house speakers and the shitty sound will sound worse than you could ever imagine
Another BU favorite, BMH has great shows at an awesome venue.
Check out the merch tables by the exit - you never know who's going to be your new fav band!
Ear plugs are a buck
Small venue where you can see a decent show for cheap money. Will be on the lookout for more concerts there in the future.
Looks and feels just like The Grind at Clark University!
Go to the petit bartender with an accent. She will take care of you! XO
Once a sports bar, now one of the city's most exciting new venues. Consider it the minor leagues of The Paradise and House of Blues
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