Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion

Music Venue
290 Northern Ave (at Seaport Blvd)
Boston, MA 02210

Tips

  • Walk the Lexus Red Carpet and check out the all-new 2014 IS 250 F SPORT right past the entrance for a chance to upgrade your concert experience or win free concert merchandise. #LexusVIP!
  • If you're the designated driver, sign up at the special DD booth to receive free soda for the duration of the concert you're seeing.
  • On those cool nights, head to the first blue tent on the left when you enter the Bank of America Pavilion. Its the only spot to get hot coffee! Team Live Nation
  • confuse your friends by stubbornly referring to this place as Harborlights, years after the big banks bought the naming rights and made the name incredibly awkward.
  • In 2004 FleetBoston merged with Bank of America; the pavilion was then renamed, Bank of America Pavilion.
  • Get drunk at the sandwich shop across the street first. Your wallet will thank you later.
  • Idiots charge 10 bucks for 24oz beer when you can get two 12oz for 8 bucks. And get this...an o'douls costs 6 bucks.
  • One of our favorite Boston concert venues! If you're checking out a show here, keep an eye out for the Oxfam table! Stop by and join thousands of music fans in fighting hunger, poverty & injustice!
  • Love this venue! Right on the water, which is just gorgeous. And when you're over 40, getting a seat in the front row- as opposed to a pit- is much preferred (not that I plan on sitting!).
  • The security guards here are awful. LiveNation pays octogenarians 6 bucks an hour to bust balls. If anything bad ever went down this place would burn down.
  • Saw Kesha here tonight, great venue
  • RC is exactly right. Beautiful place on a nice summer night. Only thing he got wrong is that beers are $12 now.
  • Probably the best large venue in the Boston area. Good seating, right on the water, and parking isn't bad either. Only problem is the $11 cans of beer.
  • There is no better place to see live music than this venue right on the water. Located in the Seaport district, with lots of restaurant and bar options for before or after the concert.
  • There is no place better to see live music then this venue right on the water. Located in the Seaport district with lots of restaurant and bar options for before or after the concert.
  • Odd place to see a concert. The drinks are expensive and whenever I go there its raining.
  • Get tickets at the tables and enjoy the room to stretch out and relax!
  • A little foggy at night but cool tho.
  • Not an absolute horror but they need to work on their audio system. 1 large speaker on each side of the stage is not sufficient to deliver music to an auditorium of its size. Not going back soon.
  • Nice summer venue. SUPER STRICT though. I've seen some heavy bands and if people even jump up and down they get reprimanded. Just look at this sign. Lol

Nearby places

240 Northern Ave (at D St)
270 Northern Ave (Liberty Wharf)
225 Northern Ave (@ D St)