Lowell Memorial Auditorium
Other Ideas: The Greater Boston Stage Company (Formerly Stoneham Theatre); ImprovBoston; Regent Theatre; Chapel School Of Creative Arts; Brattle Theater
The Lowell Memorial Auditorium plays a starring role in the region's cultural and entertainment scene. It is also the site where boxing greats Rocky Marciano and Marvelous Marvin Hagler won their first Golden Gloves championships.
Grand architecture and a magnificent setting along the Concord River create a striking first impression. Elaborate renovations have also made the Lowell Memorial Auditorium convenient, flexible and completely modern.
With seating for up to 3,000, perfect acoustics and excellent sight lines, the auditorium provides an inviting setting for events of all types and sizes. Audiences from discerning theatre-goers to die-hard wrestling fans return again and again to concerts, conventions, expositions, Broadway shows and sporting events. The Lowell Memorial Auditorium is the venue of choice in the Merrimack Valley.
See Lowell Memorial Auditorium event calendar.
Box Office Numbers
General Info Number: (978) 454-2299
Concert Line: (978) 454-2854
Box Office Hours
Monday-Friday........10:00AM TO 6:00PM
Saturday...........10:00AM TO 3:00PM.
Garage across the street from theater, at the Doubletree Hotel. Parking also on Davidson St.
50 East Merrimack Street, Lowell, MA 0185, MA, 01852 map
Phone: (978) 454-2299
Driving From Route 93; Boston: Take Route 93 North for approximately 30 minutes. Take Exit 43 (Andover/Tewksbury). Take a left off ramp onto Route 133 West. Follow Route 133 West approximately 6 miles. Route 133 will end and Route 110 West will begin. Continue through that light up to second set of lights and take a right onto George Street. You will see the Doubletree and the Lower Locks Parking Garage after you make that turn. Follow the signs that lead you out of the garage towards the Auditorium.
Driving From Route 95/128; Boston: Take Exit 32 to Route 3 North (near the Burlington Mall). Take Exit 30 North (this is the Lowell Connector Exit). Follow the Lowell Connector to the end. At lights take a left and proceed up to the third set of lights. Bear right at the light onto Route 110 East and take your first left onto George Street. You will see the Doubletree and the Lower Locks Parking Garage after you make that turn. Follow the signs that lead you out of the garage towards the Auditorium.
Driving From Route 3: Follow directions for Route 95/128; Boston .
Driving From North Shore Area (Peabody, Gloucester): s Take Route 128 South to Route 3 North. Follow directions from Route 95/128; Boston .
Driving From Route 495: s Take Exit 38 (Lowell/Tewksbury). Bear right off ramp onto Route 38 North. At the sixth set of lights take a left on to Andover Street, go through one set of ligts and take your first right on to Warren Street. The Doubletree and Lower Locks Parking Garage will be on your right. Follow the signs that lead you out of the garage towards the Auditorium.
Driving From Route 38 Dracut: s Take Route 38 South, follow Route 38 South into Lowell. s Take a right on to Andover street. s Follow directions from Route 495 .
Driving From Tewksbury/Wilmington: Take Route 38 North into Lowell. Follow directions from Route 495 .
Driving From New Hampshire: Take Route 3 South to Route 495 North to the Lowell Connector. Follow directions from North Shore Area (Peabody, Gloucester) .
take Interstate 93 South to Exit 43/Route 133 and turn right off of ramp. Proceed on Route 133 approximately 6 miles, cross Route 38, take right on George Street. You will see the Doubletree and the Lower Locks Parking Garage after you make that turn. Follow the signs that lead you out of the garage towards the Auditorium.
Great auditoriumOur family has been to the Lowell Mem Auditorium for several events, ie High School Graduation, Sesame Street Live, Lord of the Dance, A Christmas Carol, Dance Recitals...you name it and having been to many events we have sat in just about every area of the auditorium and the set up is great there really aren't many seats that don't have a good view. Our least favorite seats were actually on the floor, that was the only place we thought there was an obstructed view by other people's heads
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