Summer Concerts at Prudential Center
The Prudential Center’s south garden is the perfect place to relax, and Berklee artists will be there on Thursday evenings. As part of this year's series, the Prudential Center is partnering with Tree House Brewery to present four evenings of music, beer, wine, and food in June and July on the gorgeous lawn of the south garden in the Prudential Center. Join us for some beer, and listen to some extraordinary live music in a comfortable and beautiful environment right in the heart of the city. Read the Boston Globe feature.
Jackson Lundy is a singer-songwriter and guitarist from New York City whose music is a blend of R&B, jazz, and folk. Mixing soft songwriting with groove-inspired production, Lundy’s music has a unique sound that can be played at a party or enjoyed on a long drive.
Performing under the name Lick Neon, this collective has spent the past year making the rounds on the underground circuit, bringing Texas blues, slacker rock, and folk music to Boston bars and basements.
Vivian Valls, known by many as ViVi, is a female singer-songwriter, artist, and producer born and raised in Miami, Florida. Her first single, “Comp4urlove,” was released in February 2019 and is available on all streaming platforms.
Sofie, a singer-songwriter from Ghana, performs music with an acoustic, alternative vibe. She is influenced by many genres, including jazz, hip-hop, highlife, rap, and R&B.
Amber Ais, a native of Boston, Massachusetts, in 2017 released her debut EP, Seattle, followed by her sophomore EP, Yearbook, the following year. Last year, she received her bachelor’s degree in songwriting from Berklee College of Music.
Check out some of the great shows that have been part of the Summer in the City series in prior years.
Featuring exuberant, atmospheric, and smoky vocals that induce listeners into a hypnotic state, Cleo Reed is a genre-bending alternative R&B artist.
Maria Rowinska graduated from Berklee College of Music in 2017 with a bachelor's degree in performance and a minor in performance studies in Latin music. Angel Sierra found his musical identity somewhere between his home country of Puerto Rico and the mainland United States.
Brazilian singer Mirella Costa will sing classics of her country's music, along with her own contemporary arrangements.
Rina Yamazaki is a jazz piano player from Japan who is studying at Berklee College of Music. This event will take place on the patio of Porto, inside the Prudential Center.
Tyson Jackson first discovered his love of music at age 3 in his hometown of West Palm Beach, Florida.
CANCELED: This event has been canceled.
Samuel Batista is an alto saxophone player from Panama City, Panama.
The Vlade Guigni Trio will perform arrangements of classic jazz tunes along with contemporary original pieces, blending old and new sounds. This event will take place on the patio of Porto, inside the Prudential Center.