Club Passim

Row 1

Details
47 Palmer St (Brattle St)
Cambridge, MA 02138
(617) 492-7679
Music Venue, Nightclub
Hours
Mon–Thu: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM Fri: 5:00 PM–Midnight Sat: 10:00 AM–Midnight Sun: 10:00 AM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Legendary folk joint. A slightly older crowd holds court here most nights, but also expect to see plenty of music-nerds.
  • Coolest music vibe in town, man. 60s
  • Buy tickets early so you can sit up in front. Amazingly intimate venue, nothing quite like it.
  • Great small, intimate music venue. Catch some local high quality, moderately priced shows with good food to boot.
  • Have some beer or wine! Now you can!
  • They have a summer concert series outside the venue on Palmer Street as part of their Passim Presents program, so check that out!
  • Very great live music!! check this place out.
  • Great place for local and national folk music talent.
  • Check out the open mic nights every Tuesday at 7!
  • Great place for an intimate show.
  • Never a bad show. Never. Intimate venue, honest musicians. Always a treat.
  • This intimate music venue (capacity is roughly 100 people) has been Boston's premiere listening spot for folk, jazz & Celtic music for over 50 years. Shows generally run between $10 - $35 per ticket.
  • Great performances, really cramped and slow service, but really good food. Don't get the large portion...it's HUGE and impossible to finish (and I eat tons!)
  • What a great venue for an intimate night of music. Delicious and affordable vegetarian food and wine/beer! Loved it.
  • Great pizza and salads - generous portions, fast service. Great staff!
  • A legendary folk venue where you'll get well-acquainted with your neighbors. Get a ticket to a show and order food from the adjoining Veggie Planet (Henry's Dinner & coconut rice: oddly addicting.)
  • Here with sister Holly to see good friends Mike & Ruthy play.
  • Some big-time performers made their debuts on this stage, including Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Shawn Colvin and Tracy Chapman. The club boasts an intimate 102 seats.
  • A Cambridge folk music institution. Some of the best in the world have played here. You have to be pretty "crunchy granola" to like the food. I go for the Safe & Sound pizza with spinach added.
  • Be sure to check out Passim any night of the week for great live music. Theyve been hosting live music, poetry and art shows 7 days a week for fifty years, so they know about quality entertainment.