House Of Blues - Boston Information and Schedule

House Of Blues - Boston tickets available for all events.

All Events by Date
Date/Time Event
Venue/City
 
Jul 3, 2015
Fri 8:00PM
Marianas Trench Tickets
From $46
Jul 10, 2015
Fri 7:30PM
Say Anything, Modern Baseball, Cymbals Eat Guitars & Hard Girls Tickets
From $37
Jul 11, 2015
Sat 7:00PM
Jake Miller, Jasmine V & Alex Angelo Tickets
From $47
Jul 12, 2015
Sun 7:00PM
Lilly Singh Tickets
From $185
Jul 17, 2015
Fri 7:00PM
R5 & Jacob Whitesides Tickets
From $23
Jul 23, 2015
Thu 8:00PM
Interpol & Hundred Waters Tickets
From $18
Jul 24, 2015
Fri 8:00PM
Interpol Tickets
From $31
Jul 25, 2015
Sat 8:30PM
Rob Bell Tickets
From $57
Jul 28, 2015
Tue 7:00PM
The Vamps - British Band Tickets
From $46
Jul 29, 2015
Wed 8:00PM
George Ezra Tickets
From $135
Jul 30, 2015
Thu 8:00PM
Milky Chance & X Ambassadors Tickets
From $56
Jul 31, 2015
Fri 8:00PM
Milky Chance & X Ambassadors Tickets
From $51
Aug 3, 2015
Mon 8:00PM
Brandon Flowers Tickets
From $54
Aug 4, 2015
Tue 8:00PM
Miguel Tickets
From $54
Aug 12, 2015
Wed 3:00PM
NOFX, Lagwagon & The Flatliners Tickets
From $64
Aug 14, 2015
Fri 8:00PM
Breaking Benjamin Tickets
From $60
Aug 23, 2015
Sun 8:00PM
Social Distortion Tickets
From $54
Sep 10, 2015
Thu 6:30PM
Nick Jonas & BeBe Rexha Tickets
From $41
Sep 14, 2015
Mon 8:00PM
Charli XCX, Bleachers & Robert DeLong Tickets
From $54
Sep 15, 2015
Tue 8:00PM
Rancid Tickets
From $50
Sep 16, 2015
Wed 8:00PM
The Wombats Tickets
From $37
Sep 18, 2015
Fri 8:00PM
Stromae Tickets
From $159
Sep 19, 2015
Sat 7:00PM
Aer Tickets
From $49
Sep 22, 2015
Tue 8:00PM
Purity Ring Tickets
From $49
Sep 25, 2015
Fri 8:00PM
Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls Tickets
From $40
< Prev 1 2
QUICK SEARCH
What Tickets do You Need?
Video

Concert News
Elton John helms Music Midtown, Joni Mitchell improving, musicians react to marriage equality ruling
Elton John will headline this fall’s Music Midtown, marking the first time the iconic singer/pianist has performed a full concert in his occasional hometown of Atlanta, GA. Other acts on the bill include Drake, Van Halen and Sam Smith.



More news: Joni Mitchell, Elton John, Drake, Van Halen, Sam Smith, Pharrell Williams, Ariana Grande, Madonna

Chris Squire of Yes has died, Jessie J "not OK," The Grateful Dead finishes "Fare Thee Well"
Chris Squire, founding bassist for prog-rock outfit Yes, died Saturday night (6/27) in Arizona and surrounded by family. He was 67.



More news: Yes, Jessie J, The Grateful Dead, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Celine Dion, Bill Kreutzmann, Trey Anastasio

The Who wind down, Billie Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones surprise NYC, Taylor Swift on iTunes
The Who guitarist Pete Townshend revealed he'll likely be done with the band after this year, though he plans to continue collaborating with lead singer Roger Daltrey. Townshend told Mojo magazine recently that he believes the legendary band will call it a day this year.



More news: Taylor Swift, Norah Jones, Billie Joe Armstrong, Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, The Who

Beyonce headlines Made in America, Smashing Pumpkins return, Whitney Houston's daughter in hospice
Beyonce will headliner her husband’s own festival, Budweiser’s Made in America, in Philadelphia in September alongside co-headliner The Weeknd. Other performers on the books include J. Cole, Modest Mouse, Death Cab For Cutie, Big Sean, Santigold, Future, Banks, Action Bronson, Earl Sweatshirt, DJ Mustard and Nick Jonas, among others.



More news: Smashing Pumpkins, Whitney Houston, The Weeknd, Beyonce

Def Leppard's Campbell returns, House of Blues Sunset closing
Def Leppard guitarist Vivian Campbell announced that he has "dodged the bullet of radiation" and will return to his band’s tour Saturday, July 27, in Birmingham, AL.



More news: Def Leppard, Vivian Campbell, House of Blues

Rick Ross denied bond, Lady Gaga channels Van Halen
Rick Ross has been denied bond after being charged with kidnapping, aggravated assault and aggravated battery. The arrest warrant states Ross allegedly assaulted Jonathan Zamudio with a handgun on June 7 and forced him to stay in a guest house on Ross's property. The victim suffered jaw and neck injuries, two chipped teeth, and multiple scratches and contusions.



More news: Rick Ross, Lady Gaga

Kacey Musgraves reveals dates, Roger Waters helps vets, Queen names beer
Kacey Musgraves is bringing her sparkly cowboy boots to stages worldwide this summer and fall in support of her new album "Pageant Material." The tour kicks off Aug. 27 in Atlanta and will hit six countries before wrapping up Nov. 22 in Amsterdam.



More news: Queen, Pink Floyd, Roger Waters, Kacey Musgraves

Sean Combs arrested, Dixie Chicks to hit Europe, Journey raises money
Sean "Diddy" Combs was arrested Monday (6/22) at a UCLA athletic complex on charges of suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon after he allegedly had a "violent confrontation" with his son’s football coach. Combs’ spokeswoman said reports that Combs was the aggressor are inaccurate, as he was actually defending himself with a cast iron kettlebell.



More news: Sean "Diddy" Combs, Dixie Chicks, Journey

Arrests at Chesney concert, Little Big Town pauses tour, Tove Lo tours
More than 250 people were ejected from the Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean concert Saturday (6/20) at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, WI, due to unlawful conduct at a public event and resisting arrest. Alcohol factored into the arrests of 25 people, and police confiscated tickets from at least 125 others.



More news: Kenny Chesney, Jason Aldean, Little Big Town, Tove Lo

Brooks and Yearwood surprise Opry, Foo Fighters delay, The Who adds dates
Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood made a surprise visit to the Grand Ole Opry stage last Friday (6/19). Introduced by Vince Gill, Yearwood joked, "I didn’t have a chance to bring my band or call them or anything, but luckily, I live with a Grand Ole Opry member, so if you all would welcome my guitar player tonight -- my husband, Mr. Garth Brooks."



More news: The Who, Dave Grohl, Foo Fighters, Trisha Yearwood, Garth Brooks

Taylor Swift prompts change, Paisley duets, Def Leppard faces cancer
Apple will now pay labels for the rights to stream their music as it offers a free, 90-day trial for its new product. Apple officials announced the change after pop-country darling Taylor Swift penned a letter to the technology company, writing that the move to not pay artists was "disappointing."



More news: Def Leppard, Rolling Stones, Brad Paisley, Taylor Swift
Sports News
Source: Lakers' meeting with Aldridge goes well
Source: Lakers' meeting with Aldridge goes well
Angels GM Dipoto appears to be out amid feud
Angels GM Dipoto appears to be out amid feud
Sources: Kings ask for Rondo; Heat call Wade
Sources: Kings ask for Rondo; Heat call Wade
Taylor: All-or-nothing free-agency period for Mark Cuban, Mavericks
Taylor: All-or-nothing free-agency period for Mark Cuban, Mavericks
Sources: Mavericks meet with Jordan, Matthews
Sources: Mavericks meet with Jordan, Matthews
Sources: Leonard agrees to max deal with Spurs
Sources: Leonard agrees to max deal with Spurs
Pelicans not pausing to make Davis NBA's richest
Pelicans not pausing to make Davis NBA's richest
Lakers set for sitdown with Love, sources say
Lakers set for sitdown with Love, sources say
Ridnour enters pantheon of oft-traded athletes
Ridnour enters pantheon of oft-traded athletes
Big 12 expansion is not just a possibility, but an inevitability
Big 12 expansion is not just a possibility, but an inevitability
Troy Vincent talks Deflategate in exclusive Q&A
Troy Vincent talks Deflategate in exclusive Q&A