Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
Main entrance of venue (c.2008)
|Former names||Harborlights Pavilion (1994-98)
BankBoston Pavilion (1999)
FleetBoston Pavilion (2000-04)
Bank of America Pavilion (2004-13)
|Address||290 Northern Ave
Boston, MA 02210-2016
|Opened||August 12, 1994|
|Structural engineer||Ross Dalland, P.E.|
|Structural engineer||Spandome Center|
|Civil engineer||H. W. Moore Associates, Inc.|
|Main contractor||Beacon Skanska|
The Blue Hills Bank Pavilion an outdoor amphitheater located in Boston, Massachusetts. The venue originally opened August 1994 near the Fan Pier. Due to land rights, the venue closed at the end of its season in 1998 and was relocated to its current location in South Boston, in 1999. The relocated amphitheater opened July 1999 and seats 5,200. The venue's season runs from May until September.
- Harborlights Pavilion was the original name. It was located at the site of the current US District Courthouse at Fan Pier. It was moved a few hundred yards down the street when the courthouse was built.
- BankBoston Pavilion. When Bank of Boston and Baybank merged in 1996 to form BankBoston, the pavilion likewise changed its name to the BankBoston Pavilion.
- FleetBoston Pavilion. In 1999, Live Nation purchased the venue and sold the naming rights to FleetBoston Financial, renaming the venue FleetBoston Pavilion.
- Bank of America Pavilion. In 2004 FleetBoston merged with Bank of America and the pavilion was then renamed to Bank of America Pavilion.
- Blue Hills Bank Pavilion. Beginning January 1, 2014, Blue Hills Bank won the naming rights for the venue for a period of just under 10 years.
- The All American Rejects
- The Allman Brothers Band
- B.B. King
- Britney Spears
- Culture Club
- Demi Lovato
- Diana Ross
- Elvis Costello and The Attractions
- Florence and the Machine
- Frank Sinatra
- Imagine Dragons
- James Brown
- John Denver
- Liza Minnelli
- Luther Vandross
- Meghan Trainor
- Modest Mouse
- Nina Simone
- No Doubt
- Norah Jones
- Ryan Adams
- Steely Dan
- Stevie Wonder
- Sturgill Simpson
- Tori Amos
- Twenty One Pilots
- Van Morrison
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