From the West:
Take the Mass Pike to the Allston/Cambridge Exit bear left to Allston onto Cambridge Street at the fourth set of lights take a left onto Harvard Ave. at the next set of lights take a right onto Brighton Ave.Brighton Music Hall will be on your left.
From the South:
Take 93 N to Exit 20, toward 90 W, merge onto 90 W, take Exit 20 toward Brighton/Cambridge. Keep right and continue toward Cambridge St. Keep left and merge onto Cambridge St. Turn left onto Brighton Ave.
From the North:
Take 93 S to Storrow Drive to the Kenmore Exit take a right onto Beacon St to Kenmore Sq. stay to the right – end up on Comm Ave. Continue on Comm Ave to Brighton Ave. Take a slight right onto Brighton Ave. Continue on Brighton Ave for a half mile, Brighton Music Hall will be on the left.
The MBTA B LINE towards Boston College stops at Harvard and Commonwealth Ave. as well as Comm. Ave. and Brighton Ave, both a few blocks away. The Brighton Music Hall is also accessible by bus. Please visit the MBTA website for details.
We recommend booking convenient and affordable parking in advance through SpotHero, the nation's leading parking reservations app.
To reserve your parking spot, visit the Brighton Music Hall SpotHero Parking Page and book a spot with rates up to 50% off drive-up.
Opened in 2010, Brighton Music Hall is located in the heart of Allston. Resurrected on the spot that was previously Harper’s Ferry, the space has been home to live music for many years. A launching pad to new acts on both the local and national level, Brighton Music Hall is one of the most coveted venues in Boston. Since opening, Brighton Music Hall has had acts such as Dropkick Murphys, Imagine Dragons and Weezer play on its stage.
HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION
Our venue will continue to ensure we are meeting or exceeding the latest guidelines from local government and public health officials as regulations continue to evolve. Please be sure to check the specific event page for the latest entry requirement details ahead of arriving to the venue for your show. Ticket purchasers will also receive direct emails with important information leading up to the show. Please note that requirements and venue protocols (such as masking, testing and vaccination) are subject to change, so be sure to check back closer to your event date for the latest information.
BOX OFFICE HOURS
Due to the ongoing global pandemic, and to protect the health and safety of our guests and venue staff members, the box office at the Brighton Music Hall will be open on-day-of-show only. If you’d like to purchase tickets, please visit us at www.ticketmaster.com. If you’re looking to obtain a refund for a show that was either canceled, postponed or rescheduled, please email email@example.com for more info. We look forward to seeing you at our next show at Brighton Music Hall.
The Brighton Music Hall box office is open on show nights only starting 1 hour before doors open. Will call also opens at this time.
The box office will close approximately 20-45 minutes after the headliner takes the stage.
Tickets may also be purchased at the Paradise Rock Club Monday through Friday 12pm - 6pm.
Brighton Music Hall tickets may be purchased in person from the Brighton Music Hall or Paradise Rock Club box offices. A small service fee is charged per ticket.
Brighton Music Hall tickets may be purchased online through Ticketmaster.com. Tickets purchased online are subject to a service fees which vary by ticket price.
Be careful not to purchase through unverified retailers as we cannot guarantee the validity of those tickets.
FORMS OF ACCEPTABLE PAYMENTS:
MasterCard, Visa, Cash, Discover, American Express
Cash – American Currency Only
Credit Cards – Mastercard, Visa, Discover, American Express. Credit cards must be accompanied by a photo ID (license or passport)
Will call is available only on the night of the show.
LOST OR STOLEN TICKETS
Tickets purchased at the box office in-person should be treated as cash and cannot be lost or replaced.
If you purchased your tickets online through Ticketmaster, please contact Ticketmaster customer service at 1-800-653-8000.
Mobility or Vision
We have an area stage left set up for an unobstructed view. Patrons in need of this space should purchase a general admission ticket and will be accommodated at the venue. Please contact by calling 617-562-8800 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or to make advance arrangements.
We have assistive listening devices available. You will need a credit card for us to hold while you use the device. Please contact by calling 617-562-8800 or emailing email@example.com for questions or to make advance arrangements.
Sign Language Interpreters
If you would like to request sign language interpreters for a show please let us know in advance by calling 617-562-8800 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Service Animals are allowed at shows but please no other animals.
All shows at the Brighton Music Hall are 18+ unless otherwise noted. For shows with an age restriction all patrons MUST present a government issued photo ID to gain entry to the club.
The consumption of alcohol is prohibited by patrons under the age of 21. Anyone violating this by law will be evicted and the alcohol will be confiscated without refund. To purchase alcoholic beverages, a patron must present a valid MA driver’s license, MA liquor ID, US passport or military ID, which indicates the patron to be at least 21 years of age. Duplicate licenses, expired licenses, damaged licenses and driver’s licenses which do not have photos will not be accepted. Patrons with MA ID cards will be required to present a second form of identification (e.g. credit card). Out of state licenses are acceptable only if the patron is at least 25 years of age. Patrons between the ages of 25-30 who provide an out-of-state driver’s license will be required to produce a second form of identification (e.g., credit card) Rhode Island patron’s between 21 and 30 years of age must present valid, non-duplicated state issued driver’s license and will be required to present a second form of identification (e.g., credit card). Any patron in the possession of alcoholic beverages on premises may be requested to produce identification which must satisfy the foregoing requirements. No refunds will be offered for confiscated beverages. Any patron who presents false identification or who passes alcohol to a minor may be subject to eviction and arrest. We will not serve more than two alcoholic beverages to a patron at one time and we reserve the right to limit service to one drink per patron. We will not serve any patron whom we believe to be intoxicated. Alcoholic beverages may not be taken into or removed from the premises. Any patron in the possession of alcoholic beverages not obtained on the premises will be subject to eviction. We retain the right to refuse any ID, and to refuse/cease service to any patron at any time. Patrons who are evicted or refused entry for violating the alcohol policy will not be issued a refund.
There is a Citizens Bank ATM located inside.
All bags are subject to search by security.
CAMERAS AND RECORDING DEVICES
Non-professional cameras (cameras without detachable lenses) ARE allowed into the club unless the artist prohibits for the night.
All types of recording devices are NOT allowed inside the club unless it is specifically allowed by the artist.
Coat check is available inside during the colder months. You may check items other than coats at the coat check.
Door time is typically 1 hour before show time. Please check the show listing for details.
Re-entry is allowed with the appropriate stamp. See staff at the door before stepping outside.
For the safety of our guests, we make sure all shows are fully staffed with security personnel. If you have a security issue, we urge you to contact a member of security at any time.
Smoking inside the club is strictly prohibited. Any patron caught smoking will be evicted. Readmission is allowed for this purpose.
Guests, including law enforcement personnel not present in an official capacity, are prohibited from bringing weapons into the venue. We do not provide weapon lockers. Weapons may not be checked in. Weapons include, but are not limited to, the following: firearms, explosives, stun guns, handcuffs, brass knuckles, sticks, clubs, batons, martial arts instruments, pepper spray, tear gas, projectiles of any kind, knives and weapon replicas. Guests found in possession of the above-mentioned items will be asked to remove the item from the venue or dispose of it. Guests who refuse to comply will be evicted from the premises.
Drugs, drug paraphernalia, illegal substances of any kind, Go-Pros, selfie sticks, masks, laser pointers, professional audio or video equipment, unsealed liquids or gels, jewelry or clothing that could inflict harm, stuffed animals or toys
The list of prohibited items is subject to change at the discretion of venue management.
Concert Information Message: 617-562-8801
Phone Number: 617-208-8786
Address: 158 Brighton Avenue, Boston, MA 02134
Box Office Hours: Open on show nights only starting at door time.
Operations Manager: Bill Guerra
Private Events: BostonEvents@livenation.com
You can also see our updates about show information on our twitter and facebook profiles.
PAID PARKING VOUCHERS:
You may only purchase a $20 parking voucher for the parking lot located at 181 Brighton Ave if you also purchase a ticket for the corresponding night’s show at Brighton Music Hall. A parking attendant will scan your paper or mobile phone parking voucher. You will not be admitted to the lot if you do not provide a valid voucher. You may park your vehicle in a spot at the far left side of the lot as directed by the parking attendant from 1 hour before show until 1 hour after the Brighton Music Hall show ends or 2:30am, whichever comes first. Your vehicle is subject to towing outside of these times. Neither Brighton Music Hall nor Hallston Realty Associates are responsible and neither assumes liability for any loss or damage to your vehicle or items left in your vehicle, whether resulting from fire, theft or other cause. Tailgating is not permitted on the lot.
BOOKING A SHOW AT THE BRIGHTON MUSIC HALL
Brighton Music Hall is a general admission 500 capacity venue that primarily books national touring acts and large local bands. All bands at this level come as packages so if you are looking to support a show please understand that most likely the tour won’t let us add anyone. This is the case 99% of the time so contact the band playing and ask if they would like an additional support band and you may have better luck.
For headlining the Brighton Music Hall the act should have played the Boston market and developed a following large enough to have sold out venues like the, Middle East Downstairs, etc. If you have not played larger venues you should start at the appropriate level club and work your way up developing your fan base along the way. Also, please understand we will research your band so please be honest.
Booking is handled by Crossroads Presents at 617-547-0620. Brighton Music Hall is not open to outside promoters and all concerts are booked exclusively through Crossroads Presents. Please understand we get an enormous amount of inquiries of bands looking to support shows, headline, etc and it may take some time to respond to each inquiry.