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Brighton Music Hall

158 Brighton Ave., Boston, MA, 02134
(617) 779-0140

Created by mmelmon

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(Not Available)
Cuisine
$ ($0 - $14)
Price
Not Required
Reservations
Non-smoking
Features
Hours
21+ except as noted.
Payment
Mastercard, Discover, Visa
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Performers Coming to this Venue
Ryan Leslie
Ryan Leslie
Ryan Leslie began making music as a teenager, scored a perfect 1600 on his SATs before he was old enough to drive, and graduated from Harvard at the age of 19. He got a foothold in the music industry within four years of graduation; by the end of 2005, he had written and/or produced tracks for 702, Beyoncé, Britney Spears, Carl Thomas, and New Edition, and an album of his own was completed but shelved....
The Polyphonic Spree
The Polyphonic Spree
When Tim DeLaughter was playing in 1990s alt-rock band Tripping Daisy, few could have predicted that a decade later he would mastermind the Polyphonic Spree. A huge collective wearing white robes and utilized massed choral vocals, the Polyphonic Spree is a high-concept endeavor that mixes lush Beatles/Beach Boys arrangements with positive lyrical messages so earnest it's difficult to tell whether or not there's irony involved....
Fujiya & Miyagi
Fujiya & Miyagi
Despite the name, Fujiya & Miyagi are neither Japanese nor a duo. The electronic trio of singer and guitarist David Best, synth player Steve Lewis, and bassist Matt Hainsby are deeply indebted both to vintage '70s Krautrock and the '90s bands that were themselves influenced by the likes of Neu! and Kraftwerk, from Stereolab and Broadcast to Aphex Twin and the Orb....
Wolf Gang
Wolf Gang
It was perhaps inevitable that Max McElligott would one day make an ornate pop album of near-symphonic grandeur named after a utopian place that came to him in a dream. It might not have been written in the stars that he would make said album, Suego Faults, with one of America’s best producers, Dave Fridmann, nor that he would do it under the guise of Wolf Gang, but the rest now looks something like a certainty when you consider his background....
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Upcoming Events
08/21 7:00 pm Ryan Leslie
08/22 6:00 pm Our Last Night
08/25 7:00 pm The Polyphonic Spree
08/27 7:00 pm Mundy Joe Rooney & Andrew Stanley
09/03 7:00 pm Fenway Recording Sessions Presents: Fujiya & Miyagi
9:00 pm Zorch
09/07 8:00 pm Seun Kuti & Egypt 80
09/10 7:00 pm The New Mastersounds
09/12 8:00 pm Sir Sly and Wolf Gang
09/13 6:00 pm Nick Waterhouse
09/14 8:00 pm The Growlers
09/16 7:00 pm How To Dress Well
09/18 7:00 pm Wakey! Wakey!
09/20 6:00 pm Metronomy
09/22 7:00 pm The Drums
09/23 7:00 pm Glenn Tilbrook
09/24 7:00 pm Yacht & White Fang
09/26 7:00 pm Fink
09/27 7:00 pm Hirie
10/01 6:00 pm MxPx