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Brighton’s Boston Landing adding performance venue via Bowery Presents

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Concert promoter planning 3,500-capacity space at massive mixed-use development

A kind of curvy-looking rectangular glass building with a walker in front of it and trees between the walker and the building. Boston Globe via Getty Images

Concert promoter the Bowery Presents is planning a 3,500-capacity, general-admission performance venue at the massive Boston Landing complex in Brighton that already includes practice facilities for the Celtics and the Bruins.

The venue is set to anchor a portion of the mixed-use complex at Boston’s western edge called “The Track at new balance”—sneaker concern New Balance is behind Boston Landing—according to a release from the Bowery Presents.

Construction is scheduled to start in April, with an opening anticipated in fall 2021. The venue’s name and other details are to be decided, the release said. (There are no renderings yet either.) The Bowery Presents’ stable already includes Boston’s Royale and the Sinclair in Cambridge.

As for that “The Track at new balance,” that part of Boston Landing is due to include ground-floor retail, a hydraulically-banked 200-meter indoor track, and seating for up to 5,000—and, now, a music club.