Legendary Canadian singer-songwriter Neil Young will take to the stage of the Wang Theatre in Boston for two nights in the fall of 2014, starting with a concert on the evening of Oct. 5. Having been writing and performing songs for almost half a century, Young has a huge back catalog that spans multiple genres, including landmark albums like "After the Gold Rush" and "Broken Arrow." An evening with the star is sure to feature his well-known hits and deep cuts that his diehard fans will love. Don't miss this opportunity to witness one of music's most enduring artists at this Sunday night performance.
Wang Theatre Seating Information
The Pit will offer the closest view of the Neil Young Boston concert, offering reserved seats in the first six rows in front of the stage. The next closest area is the Orchestra Level, which is separated into Right, Right Center, Center, Left Center, and Left sections. A number of private boxes are located at an elevated level following the Orchestra, and those are followed by the Mezzanine's five sections. The Balcony is the highest seating area and located in the rear of Wang Theatre.
Wang Theatre General Information
Most types of photography and recording devices are strictly prohibited in Wang Theatre, and smoking is prohibited in all areas of the building. All concert guests must possess a valid ticket regardless of age, and standing is not permitted in the seating areas during Neil Young's performance. Wang Theatre does not enforce a specific dress code, but security may ban you from bringing items like outside food and drink and oversized bags to the show.
Wang Theatre Parking Information
A number of lots and garages are located within a short distance of Wang Theatre. These include the Tufts Medical Center Garage, CityPlace Garage, Theater District Parking, 200 Stuart Street Garage, Motor Mart Parking Garage, and several others. Public transportation options include the Green Line, the Red Line, and the Orange Line of the MBTA.
Wang Theatre Gate Times
Wang Theatre is likely to open its doors 45 minutes before Neil Young begins his performance on Oct. 5.