House of Blues – Boston

Phone Number: (888) 693-2583
Parking & Transportation:

There is no parking exclusive to House of Blues Boston. There are numerous parking lots and garages in the area that accommodate evening and night club parking. The venue is also a short 5 min walk from the Kenmore Green Line stop on the T.

Jump the Line: Yes, disabled patrons are allowed in first
Jump the Line – Other:

Disabled patrons are allowed to arrive 15 minutes prior to door time, they are asked to check in with security when they arrive.

Stairs – Other/Details:

There are no stairs involved with entering the venue, once inside there are stairs to the 2nd and 3rd floor levels, there is an elevator for patrons who are unable to take the stairs.

Lighting Safety Warnings Yes, the venue always posts warnings about unsafe lighting
Is There A Designated Accessible Seating Area? Yes, there's an accessible seating area
Accessible Seating Area Details

The designated accessible seating section is set up on a night by night basis depending on the demand. The section is often set up on the 3rd floor balcony along the railing. Seats are provided for patrons in need.

Balcony Details:

The balcony is the 3rd floor level where these is reserved seating & general admission tickets sold. There is an elevator that accesses all levels of the Music Hall.

Seating: Yes, there's seating available for those who need it
Accommodations for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Patrons:

House of Blues Boston does have listening devises available for those in need. They can be requested through the production department.

Restrooms: Yes, there's an accessible stall in the men's/women's restrooms
This Information Is Current As Of: August 2019
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