Together Boston takes over the city for a week-long celebration of music and technology
This Sunday kicks off Boston’s only city-wide week-long celebration of the intersection of all things music, art, and technology, Together Boston. In its fifth year, the festival presents a slate of daytime panels, technology demonstrations, and nighttime concerts running from May 11th through May 18th shining the spotlight on the city’s thriving creative economy and music scene.
Together will be hosting two main stages at the Middle East Restaurant and Nightclub, the “Central Stage,” and the Sinclair, the “Harvard Stage.” The schedules are packed with local an international talent as seen below:
Central Stage @ Middle East Restaurant and Nightclub:
May 14: Robert Hood / Jackmaster
May 15: THE GASLAMP KILLER / Natasha Kmeto
May 16: NOISIA / Lenore
May 17: Cashmere Cat / Jerome LOL / ONEMAN
Harvard Stage @ The Sinclair:
May 12: SOHN / Mr Little Jeans
May 15: Crew Love PillowTalk / Soul Clap / Tanner Ross
May 16: Bob Mould / Group Hug
May 18: Julio Bashmore
Additionally, music venues across the Boston area, from the Great Scott to the Paradise Rock Club will be overtaken with an entire roster of performers with notable acts. See the full lineup here.
May 12: Scott Grooves at Middlesex Lounge
May 13: Lost in Boston presents Compa (UK)
May 14: Chet Faker at the Paradise Rock Club
May 14: Sophie at Middlesex Lounge
May 14: Kolombo at Phoenix Landing
May 14: Wobble Wednesdays presents Ill Gates
May 15: Yasiin Bey aka Mos Def at the Wilbur
May 15: Breton at Great Scott
May 15: Daniel Avery at Middlesex Lounge
May 15: Upbeats at Phoenix Landing
May 15: Major Stars, Lilys, and Carlisle Sound at Lily Pad
May 16: Mmmmaven presents: Table Manners ft DJ Rob Swift
May 16: Tensnake (with Curses) at Bijou Boston
May 16: Bassic Boston presents Untold (Live)
May 16: Martyn vs Pearson Sound at a secret TBA location
May 17: Justin Strauss (NYC/DFA) at Lily Pad
May 17: Sweetshop presents Moon Boots
Together Talks make up a series of daytime panels and workshops that include lectures and presentations held throughout the week at the festival’s headquarters in District Hall located in the Innovation District of Boston. Attendees can expect to wonder at the Art Culture Technology lab from MIT, see presentations of new music apps, and discover advances in music technology from Central Square’s Mmmmaven Project and Ableton.
A Together Pass can be purchased here and provides a massive savings of up to 50% off the total cost of festival admission.