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Boston hotels become the new venue for music lovers

Posted by Melanie Nayer  March 16, 2012 10:38 AM

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You don't have to travel far, squeeze into tight spaces and press your luck for tickets to see some of the hottest new bands on the rise. Boston hotels are fast becoming one of the best venues for emerging musicians, drawing fans from across the city and nearby states who want to take in a great show in a trendy space.

badrabbits.jpgThanks to spacious rooftops, open terraces and ample bar space, Boston hotels have welcomed the likes of newer artists like Bad Rabbits and Matt Cusson, to award-winning acts Sarah Bareilles.

Before you spend your paycheck on front row seats, or if you're just looking for something new to do, take a look at who these Boston hotels are hosting for a music night out:

During the colder months (and likely through summer, though the schedule isn't out yet), the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel RLife free concert series introduces up-and-coming in the hotel's Capiz lounge.

Here's the RLife schedule through April at Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel:

March 23: Adam Payne
March 30: Matt Cusson
April 6: Evolfo Doofeht
April 13: Joe Fox & the 4th Floor Band
April 20: McAlister Drive
April 27: Adam Payne

In the summer, the Colonnade Hotel welcomes live concerts to the hotel's famous rooftop pool. Artist's perform live with the skyline as their backdrop. Also during the summer, the Boston Harbor Hotel hotel transforms its terrace into an outdoor venue, hosting live music, movies and performances as part of their Summer Series.

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Melanie Nayer is a travel writer who spent many years in the newsroom before jetting off to see the world. Her goal is to bring readers the best insider information More »

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