Address: 967 Commonwealth Ave.
Type: Live Music Venues
Rating: 96.00 / 100
Paradise Rock Club
The Paradise has endured as one of Boston's premiere rock and roll clubs for over 30 years. It holds a place in history as the first venue that U2 ever performed in the USA and has hosted some of rock's elite including: The Police, AC / DC, Blondie, REM, The Jam, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Elvis Costello, The Pretenders, Dire Straits, Billy Joel, INXS, Tom Waits, Tom Tom Club, Television, Mission of Burma, Cheap Trick, Joe Jackson, Rage Against the Machine, The Pixies, Joe Strummer, Coldplay and so so many more!!!
The Paradise continues its commitment to great music everyday by bringing to the stage some of music's hottest up and coming artists, such as: Kings of Leon, Bloc Party, Futureheads, John Butler Trio, Ray Lamontagne, Dogs Die in Hot Cars, Dresden Dolls, Stereophonics, Caesars, Liz Phair, Louis XIV, Citizen Cope, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and many more! Check the on line schedule for upcoming shows – there is ALWAYS a star of tomorrow playing at the Paradise Rock Club.
The Paradise provides both artist and audience high quality, staging, sound and lights, making it one of the best rooms in the city to experience a show. Although it is a 650 capacity room, the layout gives the audience a feeling of intimacy and closeness to the band. Experiencing your favorite band in this setting will leave you with a feeling that you have just witnessed something special. Like those that were here for the first U2 show!
Our commitment to providing the best concert experience for the fans is foremost. We strive to deliver a quality guest service experience. We have kept our prices reasonable to help make going to a show at the Paradise one that doesn't break the bank.
We now offer the chance to sit down for dinner before the show in the new Paradise Lounge.
Come experience the 30 year, Rock and Roll legacy that is the Paradise Rock Club. Maybe someday you will be saying "I was there when (insert band name here) played the Dise!"