The Night JAMES BROWN Saved Boston   LIVE IN CONCERT!

Second Annual...

Featuring James Brown Band front man Tony Wilson aka "Young James Brown"

Friday, April 5th at 8:00pm

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GENERAL EVENT INFORMATION

All seating will be RESERVED...
If you need reasonable accommodations, such as wheelchair accessible seating….
...please call our Box Office: 781.646.4849
Wheelchair Accessible seating is Available

DOORS OPEN: 7:15PM
EVENT START TIME: 8:00PM

TICKETING, SEATING and FEE INFORMATION

[Ticketing Fees are added at all Points-of-Sale]

PREMIUM FRONT CENTER ORCHESTRA [ROWS A thru D]: $50.00
$50 VIP Ticket Includes Access to Private Rehearsal and WGBH TV Shoot the Night Before:   
Thu 4/4 starting at 6:30pm!

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MID-ORCHESTRA and FRONT BALCONY: $30.00
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REAR-ORCHESTRA and BALCONY: $20.00
[All seating and tickets include a $3.00 Facility Fee]

SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR THIS EVENT


All Veterans, Active Service Members and their Family Members: Half-Price
Group Seating is Available - Call our Box Office for Prices: 781.646.4849


...Friday, April 5th at 8:00pm

 

 


DINNER & A SHOW:
NOW AVAILABLE | CLICK the icon for more information.
[Call the Box Office for vouchers at 781.646.4849]


Tony Wilson & Friends LIVE IN CONCERT!
James Brown Band front man and hand-picked protege Tony Wilson—aka “Young James Brown”— and his band recreate the Godfather of Soul’s electrifying stage show…

Honoring the Memory of Martin Luther King, Jr.

 

On April 4th in 1968…

...130 cities throughout America had riots following the murder of The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.  James Brown was scheduled to perform on the next evening in Boston on April 5th, but fearing that rioting would occur, officials considered cancelling the concert. 

Mayor Kevin White and James Brown talked it through and despite grave concerns, the concert was held as James convinced the Mayor that he would be able to control the crowd—which he did. 

It was an historic moment in musical history, as well as the history of Boston.

On April 5, 2019, for the second year in a row we will celebrate and re-live the historic concert…

Honoring the Memory of Martin Luther King, Jr.