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  • Taking Back Sunday

    Jul 16, 2017

  • Conor Oberst

    Jul 21, 2017

  • Prince Royce

    Jul 25, 2017

  • All Time Low

    Jul 28, 2017

  • The Shins

    Aug 2, 2017

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Taking Back Sunday

July 16, 2017

Taking Back Sunday are touring North American in 2017 in support of their latest release Tidal Wave. Hailing from Amityville, NY, Taking Back Sunday have been familiar names on the emo-punk rock scene since the early 2000s, their angst-driven lyrics striking a chord with Thursday, Brand New and Jimmy Eat World fans across the US.

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Conor Oberst

July 21, 2017

Perhaps best known as primary driving force and frontman of Bright Eyes, Conor Oberst rose from his old moniker's ashes in the early 2000s with a new direction and sense of purpose. Hailed by many as the "New Dylan', the prolific singer songwriter returns to the road in support of his latest album Ruminations.

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Prince Royce

July 25, 2017

One of Latin Pop's brightest stars, Prince Royce is embarking on an extensive North American tour this year to support his brand new album, Five.

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All Time Low

July 28, 2017

Signed to a label before they even graduated high school, All Time Low have steadily built a loyal fanbase through their knack for fist-pumping chorus' and unabashedly pop aspirations. Following in the footsteps of Fall Out Boy et al, they've moved further away from the straightforward Warped Tour sound with every release, culminating in their most recent album Last Young Renegades, which revelled in its EDM and pop influences.

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The Shins

August 2, 2017

Led by James Mercer, Portland indie king The Shins got their big break when music from their debut record was featured in Zach Braff's directorial debut Garden State. While the movie's insistence that the band's 'New Slang' will change your life has become something of eye-roll inducing quote, The Shins themselves went from strength to strength, and have been producing breezy, whip-smart indie rock ever since.

House of Blues

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15 Lansdowne Street, Boston, MA 02215

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Island Creek Oyster Bar
0.1 mi away at 500 Commonwealth Avenue

Eastern Standard
0.1 mi away at 528 Commonwealth Avenue

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LAZ Parking
0.22 mi away at 1282 Boylston St.

Clio Valet
0.33 mi away at 370 Commonwealth Ave.

Deuxave Valet
0.35 mi away at 371 Commonwealth Ave.

Patriot Parking
0.37 mi away at 5 Haviland St.

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0.09 mi away at 500 Commonwealth Avenue
4 Star, Prices from $199


0.16 mi away at 645 Beacon Street
3 Star, Prices from $99

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