The Red Room at Cafe 939
The Red Room at Cafe 939 is a state-of-the-art, all-ages, student-run music venue. Located at 939 Boylston Street, the venue showcases Berklee's emerging student talent, local artists, as well as national acts seeking a more intimate, personal space in which to perform and connect with their fans. While most rooms in Boston have a specific musical niche, Cafe 939 will embrace nearly any style, from rock, jazz, folk, and world, to bluegrass, hip-hop, electronica, avant-garde, and beyond.
The 200-capacity concert venue, which features high-end PA and lighting systems, video and DVD capabilities, and flexible seating, is equipped for a wide variety of performances. Music business/management majors are responsible for the booking, marketing, publicity, and promotion of shows at the almost completely student-run operation. Berklee students also work as ushers, box office clerks, and in the stage crew.
The cafe is currently a sushi and noodle bar that features wireless internet access, a sleek, modern design concept, a relaxed atmosphere with a number of large, comfortable sofas and chairs, and a Berklee history room with walls covered in old photographs and materials chronicling the college's past.
Located across from the Hynes Convention Center, Cafe 939 is easily accessible by public transportation.
Discounted garage parking is available at Pilgrim Parking, 50 Dalton Street, next to Bukowski’s Tavern. To receive discounts and promotional rates, patrons must present concert ticket and parking ticket for validation at the The Red Room @ Cafe 939 box office during business hours on event day.
Cafe 939 is wheelchair accessible.