Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion - Boston, MA

The Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion is an outdoor amphitheater located harbor side in Boston, Massachusetts. The venue is only open from May through September, and all events take place regardless of the weather. Patrons are encouraged to bring rain jackets or ponchos in case of rain. Umbrellas are not allowed, and neither are lawn chairs.

The venue is accessible by public transportation via the MBTA Silver Line, by taxi, or private car. Street parking near the venue is available, and there is also paid parking available within the venue.

All bags are subject to inspection. Snacks placed in a clear plastic bag are allowed as well as a sealed bottle of water. The venue has more than 35 concession stands onsite that let concertgoers purchase food, drinks, and alcohol inside the pavilion. Personal cameras are allowed in the venue. Selfie sticks, audio and video recording devices and cameras with detachable lenses are prohibited.

Before and after the concert, visitors can check out the nearby Boston Tea Party Ships, Harpoon Brewery, and the Institute of Contemporary Art. There are many hotels and restaurants located conveniently near the venue.
Useful Event Info
Venue Address:
290 Northern Ave., Boston, MA 02210
History & Traditions:
Monday to Friday, 12-5 p.m. (Box Office)
Past Names/Nicknames:
Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

Harbor Lights Pavilion

Harbor Lights

Bank of Boston Pavilion

BankBoston Pavilion

FleetBoston Pavilion

Fleet Pavilion

Bank of America Pavilion

Date/Year Built/Opened: