On February 5, Brockhampton brought their high energy and frantic antics that fans have come to know and love to a sold out show at the House Of Blues. A sea of cool kids in the trendiest clothes, with “super fans” wearing blue face paint and orange jumpsuits, waited eagerly in the cold Boston Winter to forget about the upcoming week just for a few hours to boogie with “America’s Favorite Boy Band.”
Angel Olsen and her band put on a show that could only be described as a psychedelic prom directed by David Lynch.
On November 1, Grizzly Bear played their first Boston show in four years at House of Blues to promote their latest LP, Painted Ruins.
SWMRS put on a stellar show opening for All Time Low at House of Blues.
Portugal. The Man took the stage with an all music, no bullshit attitude to open their tour at House of Blues here in Boston last week.
PJ Harvey came through the House of Blues on Marathon Monday, and it was spectacular.
There was fire in the air at House of Blues in Boston as At The Drive In took the stage with haste and an infectious spirit after a 17 year long wait.
The not-actually-local-at-all Local Natives performed for an excited Saturday night crowd at House of Blues.
Phantogram brought a large sound and a large light show to their set full of dark ballads and upbeat pop songs.
Green Day brought their massive sound to the “small” confines of the House of Blues to celebrate the launch of their latest album, Revolution Radio.