Mar 13, 2024 - Things to Do

Boston concerts, week of March 11: Dropkick Murphys, Matisyahu, Jon Batiste and more

The Dropkick Murphys perform

The Murphys at last year's Boston Calling. Photo: Lisa Dragani/Getty Images

The Dropkick Murphys take over Boston's concert scene every St. Patrick's Day with a string of shows and this year's no different.

  • They're playing a four-night stint at the House of Blues and Fenway Music Hall.
  • Things will also get heavy with Between The Buried And Me at the Paradise and Chelsea Wolfe at Royale.
  • Matisyahu, Jon Batiste, Ministry, Gary Numan and Sleater-Kinney will also be in town.

Check out some of the best concerts around town:

Wednesday

Waterparks is at MGM Music Hall at Fenway.

Mason Ramsey plays at Brighton Music Hall.

The Drowns, Michael Kane And The Morning Afters are on the bill at Deep Cuts.

Thursday

The Dropkick Murphys kick off their St. Paddy's Day Boston stand at the House of Blues.

Between The Buried And Me went and made metalcore all proggy 20 years ago. They're at Paradise Rock Club.

Mindchatter will come to The Sinclair.

Friday

Offset plays at the House of Blues.

Juanes will be at the Orpheum Theatre.

Between The Buried And Me play a second show, along with the Acacia Strain at the Paradise Rock Club.

Gothic Rock singer-songwriter Chelsea Wolfe is at Royale.

Tigran Hamasyan will be at Berklee Performance Center.

The Shirts And Shoes play at Faces Brewing.

If it's St. Paddy's Week, the Dropkick Murphys will be at MGM Music Hall at Fenway.

Saturday

The Dropkick Murphys are still at it at MGM Music Hall at Fenway.

Haitian singer Arly Lariviere will be at Roadrunner.

Jam band veterans The Disco Biscuits play at the House of Blues.

Multi-instrumentalist Jon Batiste plays at Orpheum Theatre on his "Uneasy" tour.

American reggae rapper Matisyahu is at the Paradise Rock Club.

Celtic rockers Enter The Haggis will be at City Winery.

Sunday

The Dropkick Murphys play the big St. Patrick's Day show at MGM Music Hall at Fenway.

Grrl rioters Sleater-Kinney come to the Paradise Rock Club.

Sleepytime Gorilla Museum brings avant garde metal to The Sinclair.

Monday

Ministry & Gary Numan bring all the dark '80s vibes you can handle to Roadrunner.

Bombay Bicycle Club plays at Royale.

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