Boston Symphony Hall Tickets and Event Schedule
Mar 1Sunday, Mar 1, 2020 / 3:00pm
Mar 12Thursday, Mar 12, 2020 / 8:00pm
Apr 24Friday, Apr 24, 2020 / 8:00pm
Accessible or ADA seating may be available at this venue through Goldstar. Contact us before buying tickets to make arrangements.
Wheelchair accessible seating is available, but needs to be arranged in advance.
- Boston Symphony Hall Seating Chart
- Mid Orchestra Table Seating
- Handel and Haydn Society
- Boston Symphony Orchestra
- SH Pops
- BSO Pops 2018
- Boston POPS Seating Chart
- KlangVerwaltung Orchestra
- Boston Pops 2017 Seating
- All Bernstein
- Shen Yun
- Boston Symphony Orchestra II
- Salute to Vienna Seating
- Elgar The Dream of Gerontius
- Emanuel Ax on Piano
- Michael Tilson Thomas
314 Boston Symphony Hall Tips
- Casual 3
- Dressy 3
- Festive 2
- Take public transit 5
- Parking is expensive 2
- Park in lot 2
- Dine before you go 1
- Food and drinks for purchase 1
Park at the Prudential Center Garage to go to Boston Symphony Hall. A 10-minute walk, but you get a huge discount: $18 for the evening as opposed to what it would cost otherwise - $38 - $40.
The weather was breezy evening, low-mid 60's. I wore button down, flat front shorts, loafers..
Park at the Pru. Use your concert stub for unlimited parking from 2 PM - 3 AM for $18! Great deal to enjoy the pops, Eataly and the shops at the Pru!
Eat at Woody's before or after. Really good pizza.
The weather was In the 60's. I wore Jeans and a tshirt for the matinee. Dress varies widely. .
If you choose to drive to the city, try parking at the Prudential. If you bring your ticket with you, they validate it and parking is only $18 for the event.