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Corporate, non-profit and private events at Tuckerman Hall are all handled with unparalleled focus and absolute, uncompromising attention to detail. We have hosted many corporate dinners (including award ceremonies), non-profit fundraisers, private parties, festivals, and classical, jazz, and folk concerts featuring some of the greatest performers in the world at our facility.
Size Tuckerman Hall has a capacity of 521 for concerts, 27o for corporate dinners, and 350-400 for a stand-up reception in our main auditorium.
Alcohol. Tuckerman Hall has an all-alcoholic liquor license and is the exclusive purveyor of all alcohol and beverages for all contracted events at our facility. Bars can be open, cash, or a combination of both. Wine service is also available and virtually any wine or special liquor (with advance notice) is available for your event. All patrons consuming alcohol must be age 21 or older.
Audiovisual Services. Tuckerman Hall has complete audiovisual services capability. Whether you require a power-point presentation, the showing of a high-definition film, or simply the use of our house PA system, our staff can assist you with all of your audiovisual needs. Please advise us of what you require and we will be happy to provide a competitive quotation for all of your audiovisual requirements.
Parking. Parking is available for a fee immediately adjacent to Tuckerman Hall in two lots containing 65 spaces at 39 Salisbury Street; an additional 20 complimentary spaces are available at 10 Institute Road; Tuckerman Street has 25 on-street parking spaces; and the municipal lot a block and a half away from Tuckerman Hall at the corner of Harvard and Highland Streets has 95 spaces.
Concerts. Tuckerman Hall is one of the finest concert venues for its size in the United States and is renowned for its acoustics, ambience and visual beauty. For more information on concert date availability and pricing, please call us.
Tuckerman Hall is owned and operated by the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra, Inc., a Massachusetts non-profit corporation. For more information, please call (508) 754-1234 or (508) 752-3671.