Justin Timberlake is coming to the TD Garden on Thursday, February 27th. Justin's "20/20 Experience" Tour will feature hits from his latest album, including "Suit & Tie", "That Girl" and "Mirrors".
Justin's known for his smooth style, creativity and energy and this is apparent during his performances on stage.
Justin Timbelake and Jay-Z were recently at Fenway Park in August as part of their "Legends of the Summer" Tour and did not disappoint fans!
Tickets are almost sold out through Ticketmaster.com but are still available through StubHub.com.
Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles, will be at the Wang Theatre on February 21st and 22nd!
"The group RAIN: A Tribute to the Beatles has been together now longer than the original Fab Four, studying the band's songs, stage personas, and iodiosyncracies to create the most authentic live shows possible.
They land in Boston after a successful Broadway engagement to present their latest show featuring new songs and new LED, high-definition screens and multimedia content."
For more information on Rain & ticket availability, please go to RainTribute.com.
The Boston Pops are back again for their Annual Boston Holiday Pops Concert Series. The concert series will be going on until Tuesday, December 24th at Symphony Hall.
"The 2013 Holiday Pops concerts shine the spotlight on the orchestra's new release 'A Boston Pops Christmas - Live From Symphony Hall,' including the Pops signature selection 'Sleigh Ride.' Concert highlights include music from the movie version of Chris Van Allsburg's 'The Polar Express,' 'A Visit From St. Nicholas,' Santa visits, and a singalong with the Pops and the Tanglewood Festival Chorus to 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,' 'Winter Wonderland,' 'White Christmas,' and other seasonal songs."
For further information on this event and ticket availability, please go to bso.org.
The UMass Amherst 150th Anniversary Concert will be on Saturday, October 25th. The concert will be held in Boston at Boston Symphony Hall.
"The Multiband Pops concert will include performances by the University Orchestra, Minuteman Marching Band, Chamber Choir, Wind Ensemble, Saxophone Quartet, Jazz Ensemble and the UMass Dancers. The two-hour concert will feature nearly 600 student artists performing over 20 different musical selections, including eight lively numbers presented by the beloved Minuteman Marching Band."
Tickets for the event start at only $30.00 and are available here.
The Boston Calling Music Festival is back! The 2nd music festival will be on Saturday, September 7th and Sunday, September 8th. If you missed the first Boston Calling Music Festival, now is your change to get tickets and enjoy the show!
The show will be similiar to the first Boston Calling Festival with two stages at City Hall Plaza and eighteen artists over a two day period!
"Headlining the second Boston Calling will be celebrated indie rockers Vampire Weekend and homegrown electro pop group Passion Pit. Other artists on the bill will include hip-hop sensation Kendrick Lamar, rowdy Jersey rockers the Gaslight Anthem, R&B vocalist Solange (who was just in town for a party at the Institute of Contemporary Art), indie folkies Okkervil River, Providence alt-country favorites Deer Tick, and local synth poppers Bearstronaut. Also playing will be Local Natives, Flosstradamus, Major Lazer, the Airborne Toxic Event, Wolfgang Gartner, Bat for Lashes, Flume, Lucius, Big Black Delta, and You Won't."
For further information, please check the Boston Calling website here.
Justin Timberlake and Jay Z are coming to Boston for their Legends Of The Summer Tour! On Saturday, August 10 and Sunday, August 11 the duo will perform in front of fans at Fenway Park for 'one of the greatest concerts of 2013'.
The tour follows Timberlake's third studio album, The 20/20 Experience and Jay Z's 12th studio album, Magna Carta... Holy Grail. Rumors of a tour started after the collaboration of "Suit and Tie" which was released on Timberlake's latest album. The North American tour started on July 17th in Toronto, Canada and will be wrapping up mid-August.
USAToday.com raves "Jay Z was, figuratively speaking, the cooler customer, keeping his flow smooth and sharp and his diction crisp enough so that fans could savor his witty wordplay. He received their love as a matter of fact, whether playfully leading the crowd through an old fave such as 99 Problems or Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem) or fervidly selling the Magna Carta tracks Tom Ford and F---WithMeYouKnowIGotIt.
His tour partner proved a more patently ingratiating host. Timberlake has always been an enormously gracious and endearing performer; it could be argued that no artist has gotten further on sheer likability. If the charm of his blue-eyed soul falsetto seemed in danger of wearing thin at times — particularly in the second half, during a long stretch that opened with Pusher Love Girl and included a crowd-pleasing Cry Me A River — the audience failed to notice, remaining rapt."
Tickets are available through StubHub and are selling out fast! This is a concert you do not want to miss!
Matthew Morrison will be coming to Boston's Symphony Hall on Tuesday, May 28th.
"Actor, dancer, singer-songwriter Matthew Morrison is best known for starring in multiple Broadway and Off-Broadway productions, including his portrayal of Link Larkin in Hairspray on Broadway, his Tony-nominated performance in The Light On The Piazza, and most notably for his Emmy- and Golden Globe-nominated role as Will Schuester on the Fox television show Glee. Come and see Morrison perform hits from his forthcoming album of Broadway standards, and be wowed by this modern song-and-dance man."
Tickets are available now and can be purchased through the Boston Symphony Orchestra website.
"Two of Boston's iconic cultural institutions – the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and the Boston Pops – will come together at Symphony Hall to honor President Kennedy and the 1960's era of American culture. The evening will evoke the 1960s 'Mad Men' era, with a special musical performance featuring excerpts of President Kennedy's most memorable speeches narrated by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick.
Song stylist Steve Lippia, whom Keith Lockhart has called, 'the absolute vocal reincarnation of the Sinatra sound,' will step into the limelight, to perform the smoky standards that define the chic sounds of the '60's. Lockhart, Lippia, and the Boston Pops will perform everything ranging from this era's lounge Latin to the tunes of the British Invasion, as well as such classic songs as 'Fly Me to the Moon,' 'Mack the Knife,' and 'The Best is Yet to Come'.
Now celebrating 40 years as Boston's longest-running outdoor concert series, these performances at City Hall Plaza feature exciting, non-stop entertainment for music lovers of all ages.
Concerts include Motown Night, Disco Night featuring Stardust, and United States Air Force Band of Liberty. They have free, live music at both City Hall's- Cambridge and Boston.
So grab the kids, your significant other, or a stranger (not really) and throw your dance dance revolution game away. This Wednesday - and almost every Wednesday for that matter- is your free chance to get your boogie on. Not in the boogie mood? Well then you are just a boring person. :) Okay not really, you can chill with me and just simply enjoy the music. These free Wednesday night events start at 7:00PM so don't be late!
The Esplanade never fails to have some of the best, free events in Boston. Bring your listening ears, people, and join the Boston Landmarks Orchestra for a night of Latin beats, including mambo and merengue on July 18.
The Boston Landmarks Orchestra’s 2012 Landmarks Festival at the Hatch Shell will feature Latin music for its “Fiesta Sinfónica.” This special performance, which will showcase a salsa band, will take place on July 18 at the DCR Hatch Shell on the Esplanade. And I'm sure it'll still end on time whether there is a fat lady or not, so don't be late! AND I will be doing the salsa so you don't want to miss my special performance either :)