2023-24 Season Venues

2023-24 Concert Venues

American Antiquarian Society

185 Salisbury Street
Worcester, MA 01609

Curb parking on Regent Street is available. However, depending on the season, leaf collection or winter parking bans may be in effect.

Additional parking is always available in the Society’s lot at:
90 Park Avenue
Worcester, MA 01609

First Congregational Church, Princeton

14 Mountain Road
Princeton, MA 01541

A beautiful historic church built in 1838 located in the heart of Princeton, MA

Parking is available in the church parking lot as well as street parking.

First Congregational Church, West Boylston

26 Central Street
West Boylston, MA 01583

Parking is available around the church and Central Street if the lot is full. Handicap parking is located in the back of the church where you will find a door that opens to the entryway leading to a handicap-accessible elevator that will bring you to the second floor and gives you access to the sanctuary.

Fitchburg Art Museum

185 Elm Street
Fitchburg, MA 01420

Free Parking is available in front of the Museum entrance on Elm St. Additional free parking is available in the Merriam Parkway Courtyard.

Handicapped parking is available by the main entrance. On-street parking is available along Merriam Parkway and Main Street. There are two public parking garages in downtown Fitchburg at 412 Main Street and 133 Boulder Drive.

Jeanne Y. Curtis Performance Hall

Assumption University
500 Salisbury Street
Worcester, MA 01609

Jeanne Y. Curtis Performance Hall is in the Tsotsis Family Academic Center (building 14). Please click here for a campus map.

Parking is available in the Chapel and the Library parking lots. Bear left past the Assumption University main gate. The Chapel lot the first parking lot on the right. To access the Library lot, continue straight past the Chapel and follow the signs. To access handicapped parking, bear right after the Assumption University main gate. Continue up the hill. Turn left at the second speed bump (Campus Police will be on your left). The back side of the Tsotsis Family Academic Canter/handicapped parking is at the top of the small hill on the right. To access the concert hall, walk down the hall to the elevator. Take the elevator to the first floor. There will be an usher there to guide you.

Mechanics Hall

321 Main Street
Worcester MA 01609

Public lots are located on Waldo Street, the Mercantile Center and Pearl/Elm Garage. Metered street parking is available.

Shapiro Hall

Joy of Music
1 Gorham Street
Worcester, MA 01605

The new 200-seat Joseph & Jordan Shapiro Concert Hall, located inside the Joy of Music Program’s facility on Gorham Street, is a major upgrade from the program’s former performance space, which could only comfortably accommodate 80 audience members. The carefully detailed architectural and acoustical features and extremely low background sound in the space provides an excellent environment for both performers and listeners.

Joy of Music Program has its own parking lot on-site at 1 Gorham Street as well as parking on Lincoln Street. Additional parking is available in the nearby Nordgren Memorial Chapel parking lot on Lincoln Street.

Stone Church Cultural Center

283 Main Street
Gilbertville, MA 01031

Parking is available in the church parking lot

Unitarian Universalist Church

The Common, 9 Ayer Road
Harvard, MA 01451

The entrance to the church parking lot is one way. Please use the entrance to the right of the Town Hall. Additional parking can be found on Elm Street.

Worcester Center for Crafts

25 Sagamore Road
Worcester, MA 01609

The Worcester Center for Crafts is one of Worcester’s oldest cultural institutions and was one of the first organizations of its kind in the United States. Founded in 1856 by the Worcester Employment Society, the Center provided women with the skills needed to make and sell handcrafts.

Parking is available in the Worcester Center for Crafts parking lot.

Worcester Historical Museum

30 Elm Street
Worcester, MA 01609

The Worcester Historical Museum, located in downtown Worcester, Massachusetts, was founded in 1875 as the Worcester Society of Antiquity. This museum is the only institution devoted entirely to local history and artifacts. The scope of their collection ranges from colonial to twentieth-century, encompassing manuscripts, textiles, paintings, and ceramics. The museum is made up of permanent and temporary exhibits, a research library, and currently owns and operates the local Salisbury Mansion. The library maintains more than 7,000 titles.

Limited parking is available in the Worcester Historical Museum lot on Chestnut Street. There is neighborhood street parking.