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Things To Do In Downtown Boston

Stay Close To Hot Events

When it comes to things to do in downtown Boston, The Eliot Hotel gives you a front row seat to the city’s most popular events. Whether you want to catch a Red Sox game at Fenway Park, see a show in the theater district or watch Fourth of July fireworks from the banks of the Charles River, there’s always an exciting event happening in downtown Boston. View The Eliot Hotel event calendar to find out what’s happening in and around the city during your visit to Boston.

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Much Ado About Nothing

Commonwealth Shakepeare present Much Ado About Nothing, free Shakespeare on the Common.

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Def Leppard & Motley Crue at Fenway Park

Legendary rockers Def Leppard and Motley Crue take the stage at Fenway Park.

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Boston Red Sox Home Game

Take me out to the ball game! The Red Sox are excited to welcome you back to Fenway Park for the 2022 season. Watch them take on the Braves, the Orioles and the Yankees!

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Anastasia

Inspired by the beloved films, the romantic and adventure-filled new musical ANASTASIA will be at the Citizens Bank Opera House.

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Bad Bunny at Fenway Park

Bad Bunny brings The World's Hottest Tour to Fenway Park.

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Imagine Dragons at Fenway Park

Live Nation and the Boston Red Sox are excited to welcome Imagine Dragons to America’s Most Beloved Ballpark on Saturday, August 20. They will be joined by special guests Macklemore and Kings Elliot. 

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