-One touch personal Concierge service
-Advance concert notification for House of Blues and Live Nation tickets
-Premium reserved VIP seat locations
-Priority entrance and pass the line to Foundation Room and Music Hall
-Reserved members area during post-concert events
-Artist Meet and Greets (based on availability)
-Member only events - including backstage tours
-Access to Foundation Room and Live Nation VIP clubs nationwide
-Live VIP beyond our House with our affiliated partners
-Membership dues include a contribution to Music Forward Foundation
House of Blues Boston is located at 15 Lansdowne Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02215.
What is the box office phone number?
The box office phone number is 1-888-693-2583.
When is the box office open?
The box office opens day of show ONLY starting one hour prior to doors. House of Blues tickets are available in advance via Livenation.com and in person at the Orpheum Theatre box office - One Hamilton Place, Boston MA (off Tremont Street, Park Street T stop) 10AM to 5PM Monday-Saturday. Types of payment accepted are cash, MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express. Credit card purchase requires valid matching photo ID.
When is Will Call open?
Will Call is available 1 hour prior to door time. Customer must present their valid photo ID and actual credit card used for purchase. Name on ID must match credit card used.
Where should I park?
Purchase parking online at the Lansdowne Street Garage, the preferred garage of House of Blues Boston, located next door.
Is the venue handicapped accessible?
House of Blues Boston is wheelchair accessible. Please note it is unlawful for anyone, other than those with a disability or that guest's companion, to use tickets for disabled seating locations (unless such areas have been released for general seating). It is encouraged that guests who require accessible accommodations arrive 30 minutes prior to doors opening. Please call 1-888-693-2583 for tickets or more information.
What items are not permitted in the venue?
No backpacks, oversized bags, bottles, or any item that can be used as a weapon. No dress code for concerts.