Top Choice Blues in Springfield


Offering 'booze, blues and BBQ,' this joint is a gem. Truly great blues and jazz acts get booked in the lively bar, and the barbecue is finger-lickin' good. There's music from Tuesday to Saturday: Wednesday is open-…
Top Choice Cinema in Dennis

Cape Cinema

On the grounds of the Cape Playhouse, this vintage movie theater shows foreign and independent films. It's a true art house: the entire ceiling is covered in an art-deco mural of the heavens painted by American real…
Theater in Provincetown

Provincetown Art House

The Art House has two state-of-the-art stages featuring a variety of edgy theater performances, drag shows and cabarets.
Theater in Provincetown

Provincetown Theater

This stellar performing arts center, 1 mile northeast of the town center, always has something of interest happening – sometimes Broadway musicals, sometimes offbeat local shows.
Cinema in Wellfleet

Wellfleet Drive-In

By night, park your car at the 1950s-era Wellfleet Drive-In, where everything except the feature flick is true to the era. Grab a bite to eat at the old-fashioned snack bar, hook the mono speaker over the car window…
Live Music in Nantucket Town

Chicken Box

This former fried-chicken shack has evolved into a roadhouse for live jazz and blues. Actually, depending on who's on the island, these days it can cover the full spectrum, especially rock and reggae. The college cr…
Cinema in Nantucket Town

Starlight Theatre

Nantucket's 90-seat theater screens indie and other award-winning films. It's also a venue for live entertainment on summer weekends. It's attached to a cool cafe-bar.
Concert Venue in Springfield

MassMutual Center

A major venue for conventions, exhibits and big rock concerts.
Concert Venue in Springfield

Symphony Hall

This imposing edifice, resembling a Greek temple, hosts the reputable Springfield Symphony Orchestra. Acoustics are top-notch.
Theater in Northampton

Academy of Music Theatre

This gracious, balconied theater is one of the oldest movie houses in the USA (1890), and one of the most beautiful. It shows first-run independent films, plus books all sorts of music concerts from folk to cabaret …