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September Concerts 2018

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September Concerts in Boston

Posted On: 08/23/2018

With one of the largest collections of high-level performance venues in the United States, Boston is a fantastic place to see live music. Concerts in Boston feature some of the most well known music acts in the world! Are you ready to preview some of the best upcoming concerts in Boston for the month of September?

The TD Garden, located in the northern part of Boston, is an extremely popular venue. In September, Drake (along with Migos) is hitting the stage on September 7-9 at 7 PM (all nights), Childish Gambino (with Rae Sremmurd) is playing on the 12th at 7:30 PM and Bruno Mars is performing on the 27th and 28th at 8 PM both nights. Also, the House of Blues Boston is featuring some incredible concerts. To start, Rezz (the Certain Kind of Magic Tour) is hitting at 7 PM on Saturday, September 15th. Residente is on the 18th at 7:30 PM and Shakey Graves is performing on the 19th, at 7 PM. On Tuesday, September 25th at 7 PM, hold onto your hat because Sting will be joining Shaggy for a very special night (part of the 44/376 Tour).

Pop music not your thing? No problem. On Sunday, September 30th at 3 PM, the Boston Symphony and Boston Pops are playing a very special concert at Franklin Park. The concert will take place at the Playstead, located at 25 Pierpont Avenue in Dorchester. Amazingly, it is free! Also, local schools have incredible concerts. Berklee Performance Center, in the 136 Mass Ave. building, is featuring popular Brazilian samba singer Diogo Nogueira on September 9th at 8 PM. On Friday, September 14th at 7:30, the Broadway Princess Party is happening, featuring Cinderella, Belle and Jasmine from the original Broadway productions. Also, don't forget the New England Conservatory of Music, which will be featuring jazz trumpet virtuoso Dave Douglas at Jordan Hall on Wednesday, September 19th at 7:30 PM.

How are you planning on getting to the concert? While the T offers a wide range of travel options, it may be better for some to use a concert shuttle. Shuttle service can be especially convenient from areas where taking multiple buses and/or trains could simply take all day and make you risk missing your show. Also, they are particularly useful for large groups of people, so if you're planning to bring a lot of people, you can actually transport everyone by concert shuttle! GO Boston Shuttle is simply a more effective and organized way to travel.

All in all, there are many great concerts happening in Boston. Make sure to check one (or more) of them out if you can! Plan ahead, choose your transportation wisely and have a great time!

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