The Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival is located on Columbus Avenue between Burke Street and Massachusetts Avenue in Boston.
Discounted Parking is available at the Prudential Center for $12 all day to festival goers on Saturday, September 28, 2013. Print out your discounted coupon here. For the discount to be accepted, you must present both the coupon and a BeanTown Jazz Festival schedule (available at the two info booths at the festival) upon leaving the garage.
We have contracted rates at four hotels that are very close to Berklee and to the outdoor festival. Rates are based upon availability. Please note that the key to getting these rates is to mention Berklee on the phone or use the specified online corporate account number.
Sheraton Boston Hotel
39 Dalton Street
01/01/13–03/09/13: $189 plus tax
03/10/13–09/07/13: $265 plus tax
09/08/13–11/23/13: $279 plus tax
11/24/13–12/31/13: $199 plus tax
Call 888 627-7054 and ask for the Berklee rate.
Book online at: www.sheratonbostonhotel.com/berklee
Hilton Boston Back Bay
40 Dalton Street
01/01/13–03/31/13: $189 plus tax
04/01/13–09/02/13: $259 plus tax
09/03/13–11/14/13: $279 plus tax
11/15/13–12/31/13: $189 plus tax
Blackout dates include:
Call 1-800-874-0663 and ask for the Berklee rate (Corporate Account #4143159).
Book online at: www.hilton.com/en/hi/reservations/index.jhtml?hotel=BOSBHHH&corporateCode=N4143159
Lenox Back Bay Boston
61 Exeter Street
01/01/13–03/31/13: $175 plus tax
04/01/13–06/30/13: $245 plus tax
07/01/13–09/03/13: $225 plus tax
09/04/13–11/22/13: $275 plus tax
11/23/13–12/30/13: $175 plus tax
(Rates are tiered in $20 increments per upgraded level of room.)
To reserve online visit gc.synxis.com/rez.aspx?Hotel=37&Chain=56&promo=BCM
Call 800-899-0564 and mention the Berklee rate.
High Notes of Jazz Roxbury Walk
Once Boston's "jazz mecca," Lower Roxbury was the site of some of the most famous clubs and after-hours venues on the East Coast, home to hundreds of Pullman Porters, and the stomping grounds for many people who would later become prominent Civil Rights activists. Hear unique and complex narratives, many drawn from personal anecdotes and memories told by former musicians, residents, and club owners, that weave a fascinating tapestry of this historic community and a forgotten period of Boston and American history.
Starts: Ruggles Station, Tremont St. stairway
Ends: Mass Ave Station
Cost: $15, $5 children. Limited to 25 participants.
- Berklee.edu/events: Events and concerts happening at Berklee College of Music.
- Cafe939.com: Berklee's student-run coffee house featuring live music and events.
- Berkleebpc.com: Berklee Performance Center.
- Bostoncentral.com: Free family activities for Boston and New England.
- Massvacation.com: Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism. Check for happenings in and around Boston and the surrounding areas.
- Massachusetts Travel / Vacation
- Bank of America ATM Locations Near the Festival