By : Amyas McKnight
6 min read
Change it up and enjoy some of the big shots our dope city attracts!
Yo gamers! It's time to power up your controllers and get ready to rumble with PAX East, the ultimate gaming convention happening in Boston! Featuring diverse exhibits, panels, tabletop gaming, cosplay, and concerts! Single-day passes start at $60 and range up to $250 for four-day badges. Mark your calendars for March 23rd - 26th.
Welcome, folks! Get ready to mark your calendars because the hottest concert of the year is coming to the MGM Fenway Music Hall on March 24th, 2023. Join the Puerto Rican reggaeton duo, Jowell y Randy, and jam to their lively vibes all night long. Don't wait, grab your tickets now for an unforgettable concert experience!
Mark your calendars for Marlon Wayans' show at Chevalier Theatre in Medford on March 11, 2023. Tickets start at $45, with premium seating for $85. Get yours online or at the box office. Don't miss out on a night of non-stop laughter and entertainment!
Get ready to shake your bon-bon with Pitbull at Lynn Memorial Auditorium on March 26th, 2023 at 8 PM! This international superstar is bringing his signature blend of hip-hop, pop, and Latin music to the stage for a night of non-stop fun. Ticket prices start at $50, so grab your amigos and come party with Mr. Worldwide!
“This one is for my yout!” Honestly one of my favorite trap artists out of zone 6 Atlanta. In real Life he's 21 Savage’s cousin so you know what type of time Nudy is on. Getting to the bag is the message Nudy wants to instill in his fans. Nudy’s flow bounces mesmerically over 808 and synths. His beat selection and production is what set him apart as an artist with an iconic sound. Show starts at 7pm at the Paradise Rock Club. Tickets start at $30 for general admission. I’m very excited to welcome this Atlanta based artist to the bean. Hope to see y’all there.
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Originally published in-print in Boston Compass Newspaper #155 March 2023
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