People tend to check in during these times:
Concerts, beer, balcony
One of Boston's historic concert venues. It's has a small, intimate environment with standing room on the floor and balcony. See your favorite bands up close and personal before they hit it big!
Love this place! Two bars!
Any music played here is good. Beers are cheap but there's not much room for dancing, if you're looking to do that.
Great, intimate concert venue. There's a bar on each of the two levels. You can also go to the lounge if you need to kill some time.
A church meets here on Sundays at 10:30am! Lunch provided every first Sunday of the month. Don't miss out!
Pabst all night long
Always check the upcoming performances! Sometimes there are bands that get really famous
By far one of my favorite venues around Boston. They just need to get rid of those poles so there's more visibility upstairs...
Formerly known as the Paradise Theater, this venue opened Sept. 22, 1977 and has hosted performances by U2 (their first in USA), Billy Joel, Tom Petty, Rage Against the Machine and many more. Rock On!
Indie rock band Yo La Tengo performs on Wednesday, Feb. 13, and English band Alt-J (∆) on March 2.
Awesome show every time. Love it when they blast the ac on the crowd.
Best performance show by the Paradise Rock Club - Let's Rockin'!!!
bad stage layout, poor acoustic engineering, asshole staff...BUT HAYYY LIVE MUSIC!
Come see Rubblebucket here!!!!!!!!! And dance with the lead singer!
Mayer Hawthorne and The Country were incredible ... as always. He is a "Must See" if you are in to R+B with a "younger" approach
Hang out in the bar next door after you get your wristband and hand stamped for the show. Better beer and some seats. Good for between sets, too.
great venue close to BU's campus, awesome shows all the time.
A nice venue for midsize bands. Beer selection at the bar is a bit drab.
great venue for concerts, close and cozy with the bands
TAKE A SHOWER BEFORE YOU COME HERE. I find most of you to be smelly. Thanks!
Was pretty impressed with this venue, good sound and set up inside. Balcony has a good view if you can work around the poles
Post show, Hang out in the coat check line. Girls hate carrying coats. And there's free bacon sandwiches
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If you don't feel like being in the mosh of people in front of the stage (or if you're short like me) watch from the balcony! great view:)
One of my favorite places to see a show! Great atmosphere and great staff.
One great club with great Music
My favorite mid-sized music venue in Boston.
Try not to get stuck behind the poles, once you're behind one, it's a hassle to get out.
Stripped down in its new form, the sound is better. Try the balcony.
Avoid the middle stall in the upstairs ladies room. The door is on backward ;-)
Buy tickets well ahead of time for big-buzz bands. Some acts sell out far too swiftly, especially indie rock royalty.
All ages shows can be a little... strange...
See dredg here
Venue is amazing. Last time I was there was Junior Prom and it has changed in a great way. Great bands. Thumbs up!
$4 PBR Tallboys!
Remove the fucking poles.
Even better after the rennovations. Kill time in the lounge if the openers suck
Since you're so close to the Soka Gakkai, stop by and check out their schedule for Buddhist meetings.
Hit the less crowded upstairs back corner bar.
earplugs are only a buck at the box office
What can we say? Except you'll be sure of a cool night at Boston's legendary rock club!
have fun. rock out.