Theaters and Venues

Edward A. LeLacheur Park

LeLacheur Park

Edward A. LeLacheur Park is located on the banks of the Merrimack River and is home to the New York–Penn League Lowell Spinners baseball team. The facility, which has a 5,030-person capacity, is also home to UMass Lowell's Division I River Hawks. It was named after State Representative and the first Spinners' fan, Edward A. LeLacheur. 

Address:450 Aiken St

Phone: (978) 459-2255

Web: lowellspinners.com

Boarding House Park

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Boarding House Park is a public park and outdoor music venue located in downtown Lowell that hosts the Lowell Summer Music Series and the Lowell Folk Festival each summer.  Bring your lawn chair or blanket and come early for best location.  Except for premium seats, all shows are general admission

Address: 40 French St

Phone: (978) 970-5200

Webwww.lowellsummermusic.org

 

The Hearing Room

HearingRoom

The Hearing Room operates on this fundamental premise: that the creative spirit is the best of humanity, it exists in everyone and there is never enough of it around. They host events every night: music, poetry, theatre, film, etc. The space also functions as a working space for artists and a bookstore. 

Address: 119 Chelmsford Street

Phone: (314) 305-4978

Webwww.hearingroom.net

Merrimack Repertory Theatre (MRT)

MRT

Merrimack Repertory Theatre has been the Merrimack Valley’s professional theatre company since 1979, and is an integral part of Lowell’s identity as the cultural heart of the region. MRT produces vibrant, contemporary plays that explore what it means to be alive today, with a seven-show season that runs from September through May. Its intimate 279-seat theatre is easy to get to and parking is free. MRT is a cultural resource for its community and strives to remove barriers to access and build community partnerships.

Address: 50 East Merrimack Street

Phone: (978) 654-4678

Web: www.mrt.org

Tsongas Center

TsongasCenter

Opened and dedicated on Jan. 27, 1998, the center proudly bears the name of the late Senator Paul E. Tsongas, a Lowell native. They are one of Massachusetts finest venues providing quality entertainment for all ages. The center is home to the NCAA Division I UMass-Lowell River Hawks Hockey and Basketball teams. In addition to exciting hockey action, the center hosts concerts, family shows, sporting events, tradeshows and conferences. Some of the world's biggest stars have performed before capacity crowds. We can seat 6,500 patrons for hockey and up to 7,800 for concerts without losing the intimate feeling needed for a memorable experience.

Address: 300 Martin Luther King Jr Way

Phone: (978) 934-5760

Webwww.tsongascenter.com