Did you rage with us, Gunz, and John from Boys Like Girls last month?
Good news, we are coming back to party with you in Boston at Brighton Music Hall on July 28th.
Tickets on sale now: bit.ly/BostonENBTickets
If this is your first ENB, be prepared. Walk through those doors and travel back in time… To when jeans were tight and bangs were long (and straight). To when Taking Back Sunday & Brand New ruled the airwaves and Fuse played all the hits. To when My Chemical Romance were still a band!
If you like Brand New, Taking Back Sunday, My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, Dashboard Confessional, Underoath, New Found Glory, Paramore, (this list goes on...) — welcome home. We will be spinning all the Emo & Pop-Punk essentials till they kick us out.
As always, many more surprises to come – so keep up to date on Instagram, Twitter, & Snapchat — @EmoNight_BK
Let’s Do This – 7.28.17
FAN ALERT: Please read the statement below regarding the closing of Comm Ave and allow extra time to arrive at the show.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) will close Commonwealth Avenue to vehicular through-traffic as part of the Comm Ave Bridge Replacement Project from July 26 through August 14, 2017. Travel restrictions and prohibited on-street parking will be implemented for vehicles between Packard’s Corner/Brighton Avenue and Kenmore Square. The MBTA Green B Line will be replaced by bus service between Blandford Street and Babcock Street Stations. Expect delays on the Mass Pike as well.
Access will be maintained for pedestrians, bicyclists, MBTA bus service, and emergency vehicles. MassDOT encourages you to walk, bike or take public transit during this time.
For more details about the Comm Ave Bridge Replacement Project, please visit the website at mass.gov/massdot/commavebridge