Restrictions:21+ General Admission Ages 10+ must purchase zone seating and dinner
*** IF ZONED SEATING IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE ON THIS EVENT PAGE, IT MEANS THAT THERE ARE ONLY GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE***
** When purchasing a ticket in a Zone, you are not guaranteed a particular seat. Seats are assigned at venue’s discretion. **
** If you are unable to make your section’s arrival time or need to cancel your dinner reservation, please call 617-776-2004 DAY OF SHOW, ONLY AFTER 4PM. TICKETS ARE NOT REFUNDABLE.**
Section D availability is determined by artist preference.
ZONE ARRIVAL TIMES
Section A 6:00 – 6:30pm Section B 5:45 – 6:15pm Section C 5:45 – 6:15pm Section D 5:30 – 6:00pm Section E 6:00 – 6:30pm Section F 5:30 – 6:00pm Section G 6:15 – 6:45pm
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
General Admission does NOT guarantee seating. Bar area is unreserved, first come first served, and offers a full menu. Fifteen minutes before music begins, unoccupied tables in the main room are open for all patrons.
Guaranteed Seating: For guaranteed seating, purchase a ticket in one of the main room zones A-G, arrive within designated time which is under the Additional Information on this event page / in your confirmation email, and purchase dinner that evening. $15 FOOD minimum per person plus 7% meal tax
All tables seat either four or two. If you don’t purchase all of the seats, you may be seated with others.
Ages 10+ may attend with a parent and dinner/show combo ticket.
General Admission or Fri/Sat shows starting 9pm & later are ALWAYS 21+.
Exceptions apply. Refer to www.johnnyds.com and click on the Music/Events calendar to check your show.
Fees Apply To All Online Purchases
Please note the following, day of show:
- Limited number of admissions available "cash only" at door on any given night, first come first serve.
- The ''cash only'' price at Door may vary from advance price.
Please call venue (617) 776-2004 after 4pm for specific set times and more information, or follow us on Facebook / Twitter.
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