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Sep 3, 2021
Sep 18, 2021
Rain - A Tribute to the Beatles
Oct 9 - 10, 2021
Oct 14, 2021
Dead Can Dance
Oct 15, 2021
September 3, 2021
Operatic hearthrobs Il Divo return to North America this summer on the Once In My Life Tour. The quartet will perform a glorious show that celebrates the influence and reach of Motown and includes their own greatest hits. Don't miss the talent and joy of this iconic group, better enjoyed live!
September 18, 2021
Jason Isbell and his band The 400 Unit are back with another mighty U.S. tour. The singer-songwriter and former Drive By Truckers guitarist pours his heart and soul into his music, which is a rich blend of folk and Americana as heard on breakthrough record Southeastern and on 2017's Nashville Sound. With special guest appearances, make sure to check the official venue to find out who's coming to you!
October 9 - 10, 2021
Together longer than The Beatles themselves, RAIN has mastered every song, gesture and nuance of the legendary group, delivering a totally live, note-for-note performance that's as infectious as it is transporting. Includes the early hits to later classics that The Beatles never got the chance to play live - including the most complex and challenging songs.
October 14, 2021
One of the indie world most recognisable and respected figures, multi-instrumentalist St. Vincent (real name Annie Clark) carries on the legacy of heroes David Bowie and David Byrne by bringing together melodious pop and avant-garde experimentation. Now's your chance to see her live as she's hitting the road in support of her sixth studio album 'Daddy's Home'.
October 15, 2021
Renowned purveyors of transportive soundscapes, Dead Can Dance return to North America in 2021 to bring audiences an expansive deep dive into their incredible body of work on their newest tour. A highly anticipated move, expect to hear some of the band's most captivating pieces from their self-titled 1984 debut to 2018's Dionysus.
Citi Performing Arts Center, 270 Tremont St, Boston, MA 2116
Originally called The Met, Boston's premier performing arts venue started life as a glittering movie "cathedral", dripping in chandeliers and marble. It's splendour faded somewhat in the 1960s and 70s, but a ambitious restoration, funded in large part by the Wang family, brought it back to its former glories. It now plays host to dozens of broadway shows, operas and concerts every year.
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