Every Thursday at noon, PST, Brown Paper Tickets will post upcoming events happening in the Boston area. Here are hot tickets for events coming up. Check back for stellar events that fit the interests of locals and tourists alike.
Thursday, August 4 “The Man Who Knows Too Much” Dinner and mind reading with Christopher Bolter! Mentalist and mind reader Christopher Bolter – as seen on MTV, VH1, and “America’s Got Talent” – will headline in the all-new “The Man Who Knows Too Much” dinner theater show at the famous Boston-based “Doyle’s Cafe.” Guests will enjoy a full dinner and a thrilling mentalism and mind reading show designed to get the audience excited and involved!
Friday, August 5 & Saturday, August 6 Graig Murphy Graig Murphy gained notoriety from his appearances on Boston sports radio station WEEI, but Murphy is more than just a sports impersonator. With smart, quick-witted observations that focus on a wide variety of subjects, he is an absolute sharp shooter of hysterical, smart ass comedy! Opening Acts include Jessica Cassiano and Scott Lombardo
Saturday, August 6 BDD presents: 2011 Hometeam Playoffs! Boston Derby Dames are Boston’s first and only all-female, DIY, skater owned-and-operated flat track roller derby league and proud members of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association. They are proud to present the 2011 Hometeam playoffs, plus a sweet expo bout to warm you up!
Saturday, August 6 Patrick Coman and Heather Maloney In this special double bill songwriters Patrick Coman (Boston, MA) and Heather Maloney (Turners Falls, MA) team up for “East Meets West”: A Massachusetts Songwriter Showcase. Maloney has toured the country in support of her sophomore release “Time & Pocket Change” which the Portland Phoenix dubbed “richly orchestrated post-coffeeshop pop held together by pipes and lyrics well beyond her years.” Meanwhile Boston resident Patrick Coman‘s debut album “Southern Storms” has also received critical praise being called “one of the strongest local albums of the year” by The Noise.
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