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The arena is home to the Boston Celtics and the Boston Bruins. It was the site of the 2004 Democratic National Convention, when John Kerry was nominated as the challenger to President George W. Bush.
TD Garden has played host to the Frozen Four (’98 & ’04), NHL All-Star Game (’96), NBA Finals (’08 & ’10), & Stanley Cup Finals (’11). You’re in the right place for sports awesomeness.
TD Garden may have replaced the Boston Garden, but it's still one of only two NBA arenas that have a parquet floor.
Located in TD Garden is The Sports Museum (known as "The Sports Museum of New England"). The museum's exhibits focus on the history of various sports in the Boston area, including the Bruins & Celtics
"This is the noisiest and least relaxing garden I've ever been to. Avoid at all costs." - Conan O'Brien
Go to a Bruins Game
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Catch a Boston Bruins game and get to watch Lucic, Bergeron, Savard and company in action
If you have the chance, try and go to a Bruins game during the postseason. Nothing can compare with the Boston playoff hockey atmosphere.
gotta see a bruins game
Home to the Celtics & Bruins, TD Garden has also hosted numerous concerts from the Beatles to Aerosmith!
Catch a Celtics game. Eat the stadium nachos while you're there.
Let's go Celtics!
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The Godfather of Soul, James Brown, performed here after Martin Luther King's assassination on April 5th 1968. Brown agreed to perform to a smaller audience & have the performance televised.
This is a very nice stadium to watch hockey and basketball. You will definitely enjoy your visit here.
Boston Gardens Please!
♫ Go! Go! Black and gold! / Old-time hockey, bar the door / Clear the track it's all-out war / Light the lamp, throw a hit / Black and gold never quit! ♫
Go to a playoff Celtics game
Bruins games are the best
root for the home team!
Let's go Bruins!
Do you like big business names on sports stadiums, NO!
Home of the Bruins!! Show your Black & Gold
Bring a fifth of booze for the B's and C's. You'll need it the way we've been going.
Go to TD Garden for a Celtics game. Skip the hotdogs inside, and grab a sausage on the street.
place is so steep you can sit way up in row 15 of Balcony and still get a pretty good view of the action
Great place to be during the Bruins & Celtics seasons. Even if you don't have tickets, going to a local bar like The Fours is an awesome way to spend your evening.
Let's go Celtics
Bundle up if you are going to a Bruins game! Wicked cold in there
Like creative, inspired Boston t-shirts, then visit Your Friendly Neighborhood SupahFans Street Team postgame on Causeway
Before leading the Boston Celtics to a win in the 1981 NBA Championships, Coach Bill Fitch was leading Marines as a Marine Corps drill instructor.
Make sure to get tickets to the playoffs. The games are 10x crazier than regular season games.
Guinness and the Celts in the Playoffs! Goodtimes!
If you're getting a beer during a Bruin's game go to the Guinness/Harp/Smithwicks Guy outside of section 324. Great dude serving beer there.
Don't miss one of college sports' most awesome tournaments: The Beanpot, played annually between four local rival college hockey teams!
Check out the Ted Williams fishing statue (yes, you read that right) in the lobby outside of Legends.