Planning Your Visit
Everyone entering the theatre must have a ticket, including children and infants. Once the performance begins, seating will be at the discretion of management and may be delayed until a suitable pause in the performance.
The Berklee Performance Center does not have an elevator to access the mezzanine or balcony levels.
Food or beverages are not permitted inside the theater.
Many artists do not allow duplication of their performances, so cameras and audio/video recording devices are prohibited.
As a courtesy to the performers and other audience members, cell phones, pagers, and other sound or light-generating electronic devices must be turned off or on silent mode during performances.
Keep aisles and exits clear of bags, instrument cases and other belongings. Standing in the aisles is not permitted during performances.
Take a moment to locate the nearest exit before the performance begins. In the unlikely event of an evacuation, follow instructions provided by the house manager and uniformed security officers, and walk—don't run—to the nearest exit.
Concerts can get loud; earplugs are available for purchase at the box office window.
The Berklee Performance Center is located at 136 Massachusetts Avenue near the intersection of Boylston Street and Massachusetts Avenue in Boston. View some of the many restaurants near the Berklee Performance Center on the map below.
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Hotels in the Area
For questions regarding Berklee College of Music's preferred hotels, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For a full list of hotels in the Boston area, we recommend visiting the Boston Chamber of Commerce website.