@Paradise Lounge Rock Club - The Paradise is very small and intimate for the caliber acts that perform there. It is general admission with two cash bars inside and a balcony. You can't have a bad view. The attached @Paradise Lounge has a live feed of the show in the other room on TVs as well as another bar and food. Tour busses park out front and if you have good timing you can often meet the band. Great location right across from a T stop and late night pizza joint.
TenaciousLi@Paradise Lounge Rock Club - The Paradise is very small and…
@Western Front - It's only one of two venues with authentic, live reggae in Boston. If you're a lounge person, you can, uh, lounge around on the comfortable seating arrangements ... or if you want to let loose, head upstairs and dance away to the live band. There's bars on both floors so it's literally the best of both worlds, and it's usually not filled to the brim (as in people, not beer!)
Davin Surin@Western Front - It's only one of two venues with authentic, live…
@Brighton Music Hall - Used to be Harper's Ferry and a million other names, but it has good sound for up front, a nice area in the back to get away from the crowds, a small bar, and a parking lot fit for raging
Sage@Brighton Music Hall - Used to be Harper's Ferry and a million…