Located on Boston's Fan Pier with scenic views of Rowes Wharf and Boston Harbor, the Bank of America Pavilion provides fans with an unmatched concert experience, and Gavin DeGraw and Matt Nathanson on Saturday, August 23, 2014 is sure to be no different. Get ready to feel the ocean air blow through the Boston pavilion by reading up on some of the important venue information below.
Bank of America Pavilion Seating Information
All of the seating in the Bank of America Pavilion provides audiences with a clear view of the stage, so whether you sit in the front or near the back, you're guaranteed a view of Gavin DeGraw and Matt Nathanson. Sections 1-3 make up the front of the venue, with VIP boxes scattered throughout the middle of the sections. Sections 4-6 hold down the back of the venue with seating in concourse A and B behind sections four and six with additional seating and tables. The venue is completely covered by a tent-like structure, and although all of the seats are under the roof, it's possible to succumb to the weather in certain situations.
Bank of America Pavilion General Information
Backpacks and large bags are permitted, but fans are strongly discouraged from bringing them inside, and they are subject to inspection upon entry to the pavilion. Personal cameras that do not have removable lenses are permitted into the venue unless the artist states otherwise. However, flash photography, video and audio recording are not allowed. Lawn chairs, outside food and drink, and smoking will not be permitted on the premise with the exception of one bottle of factory-sealed water. All events will be held rain or shine.
Bank of America Pavilion Parking Information
If you're heading to the Bank of America Pavilion by car, there is paid parking available at the Seaport Hotel and the EDIC Garages nearby. There is also metered street parking, but spots are more difficult to find. If you'd rather not drive, there are multiple other ways to get to the venue to see Gavin DeGraw and Matt Nathanson. The city water taxi goes straight to the Bank of America Pavilion, as well as the MBTA Bus Route 4 or 7, or you can take the MBTA Subway Silver Line 1 or Silver Line 2/3 to the World Trade Center T Stop.
Bank of America Pavilion Gate Times
The gates generally open several hours before the show starts. If you arrive early, there are plenty of restaurants and sights to see in the area, including a scenic view of Boston Harbor.
Bank of America Pavilion Accessibility
Bank of America Pavilion is completely accessible for those that need special accommodations. Be sure to note when purchasing your Gavin DeGraw and Matt Nathanson tickets what special arrangements will be needed regarding seating, parking, or any other accommodations once you arrive at the event.