When is MixFest?
MixFest will be held at the DCR Hatch Memorial Shell on Saturday, September 17, 2016.
What Can I Bring Into MixFest?
Blankets, Umbrellas (small hand-held style), Baby Strollers, Portable/Collapsible Chairs, Binoculars, Personal Camera, Water in sealed bottles, not to exceed two liters.
What Is Not Allowed At MixFest?
Backpacks, Large Bags, Weapons of any kind, Alcohol, Coolers, Glass containers, Pets, Tents, No illegal vending is permitted, No bicycles inside the venue, No Drones or UAVs allowed.
IMPORTANT: No backpacks are allowed. Small bags only.
How much to get in?
MixFest is FREE!
What time should we get there?
Gates will be opening at 11:00 AM on September 17, 2016. We strongly encourage you to get there as close to 11:00 AM as possible, because capacity is limited and entrance into the event will be closed once capacity is reached. For continued updates the day of the show, please follow @mix1041 on Twitter.
Who is playing MixFest 2016?
OneRepublic, Ingrid Michaelson, Shaggy, and our own local “15 Seconds of Fame” winner will open the show. Music will start around 1:45pm and end by 6pm.
How do we get there?
We strongly advise you take public transportation. The Red Line and the Green Line provide the closest T stops to the DCR Hatch Shell, we recommend using the Copley or the Science Park stops on the Green Line. Click here for full MBTA Schedule.
You can access the event from The Blossom Street Footbridge over Storrow Drive or on street crossing at Leverett Circle/Science Park. Walk west along Storrow Drive with the Charles River on your right and the Hatch Shell is a short walk from here. You may also access MixFest from the Dartmouth Street Footbridge over Storrow Drive.
There will be 2 entrances into MixFest. One will be near the Dartmouth Street Footbridge and the other near Community Boating. Concertgoers should allow extra time for entrance into the event as everyone will be required to pass security checkpoints at the entrances. All bags will be subject to a discretionary search.
Where can I park?
There will be no parking allowed on Storrow Drive. If you are driving to the concert, we recommend parking at Boston Common Garage or the LAZ parking lot at Mass Eye & Ear.
Is there handicapped parking on Storrow Drive?
No, there will not be handicapped parking on Storrow Drive. However, there is a handicapped-only drop-off site on Storrow Drive, near the Community Boat House. Handicapped individuals can be dropped off here. Cars will then need to be parked off site.