The Grand Boston Promo Code

We do not currently have a promo code / discount code for The Grand in Boston. You can buy presale tickets to events at The Grand Boston here.

Buying presale tickets at The Grand Boston ensures that you’ll get in – ticket holders also get expedited entry.

You can book tables & see upcoming events on our free mobile app, or on our webapp.

Best EDM Clubs in Boston

For the most part, luxury night clubs play a mix of hip hop music with EDM (electronic dance music). EDM clubs in Boston tend to draw a crowd of younger people that love to get crazy on the dance floor. To make the most of the Boston EDM scene, it is important to know the hot spots and the DJ’s that are playing. Use the Discotech app or website to see who’s playing, book table service, and buy tickets to all of the clubs below.

Boston has EDM clubs all over the city with the best ones being in the downtown and Boston Commons area.


Royale is a mega club in Boston. The venue is a nightclub on some nights and has concerts on others. The huge staircase and beautiful balcony create a grande interior fit for some of the world’s top EDM talent. Royale sees the likes of DJ’s such as Galantis and Tiesto on a regular basis. Check out upcoming events and book/buy bottle service, guestlist, and tickets for Royale on the Discotech app.


The Discotech app will also let you track events at Venu, another popular EDM club in the area that celebrities and high-profile DJs frequent, if that’s the vibe you’re into for the night. Venu is one of the most exclusive clubs in Boston and is a popular place for celebrities to host afterparties. Venu is a relatively small club but the crowd is one you won’t find anywhere else in Boston.


If you are looking for another Boston Club with huge talent in Boston, definitely check out Memoire. This club is one of Boston’s newest and features a talent lineup reminiscent of the extravagant clubs in Vegas. Names such as Steve Aoki and R3hab play here weekly. You can use the Discotech app to book bottle service and track upcoming events at Memoire.

The Grand

Another one of Boston’s mega clubs, The Grand features top DJs on a regular basis. The crowd is hip and fun every single night but make sure to arrive early because venue will fill up! Tickets available on the Discotech app.


Bijou is Boston’s spot for international club-goers. Featuring nightly sets from well-known International DJ’s, the venue has grown extremely popular. With an extremely posh interior, outside of the Boston norm, Bijou boasts a luxury lounge-like interior. If you want to buy tickets, book bottle service, or even see the list of upcoming events at Bijou, use the Discotech app!


Located in Foxwoods, about 1.5-2 hours away from Boston, Shrine brings the energy of a Vegas club to woods of Connecticut. With a 21,000 square ft., cutting-edge space, Shrine has a quality lineup of top EDM DJ’s. Use the Discotech app to book bottle service and see upcoming events at Shrine!

If you want to keep updated on upcoming events in Boston, be sure to download the Discotech app, which provides you with an easy way to find all events in your area. This guide to nightlife in Boston is also a good starting point if you’re not sure what direction you want to take. If you’d like to learn more about our services or need assistance with anything, whether you’re new to the area or a local, feel free to hit our help line.

Boston Nightlife’s Recent Revitalization

It’s nearing 2 a.m. on a Tuesday morning, and hundreds of bodies are undulating on the fog-covered dance floor. Arty, a Russian EDM heavyweight DJ, is spinning trance music when suddenly the beat drops and hundreds of pulsing lights emerge from a custom-built kinetic ceiling, right on tempo. Partiers seated in the wings knock back Grey Goose and Red Bulls under gilded chandeliers. Every 180 seconds or so, the bottle-service brigade emerges: Playboy Bunny–esque servers in knee-high boots and black-thong leotards hoisting iridescent bottles of Luc Belaire—all arriving on the shoulders of bartenders who are in tiny prop cars or, one time, inexplicably dressed as Star Wars Stormtroopers. This is “I Love Mondays,” a series of DJ nights at the Grand, the over-the-top glittering crown jewel of nightlife in the Seaport District—which, according to owner Ed Kane, represents the gloriously decadent and debauched future here in the City That Definitely Sleeps. For the first time ever, it seems, Boston’s party scene has some real international swagger.

From the moment I walk in, past the state-of-the-art security system and army of security guards, this does not feel like a Boston club. The previous decades were gritty, with overcrowded dance halls and bawdy behavior. “When I first started working in nightclubs in the old days, people used to go out at 7 at night and they would stay all night,” says Frank DePasquale, who once owned and operated the Ocean Club in Quincy and Umbria downtown but ditched clubs for restaurants. There was the rocking psychedelic scene at the Ark, then the wild disco parties of the aptly named 15 Lansdowne, and, later, the punk-centric Rathskeller. By the 1990s, the seediness and notoriously lax safety standards of the club scene provoked the ire of then-Mayor Thomas Menino, who spent his 20-year tenure famously at war with the city’s nightclubs. To many, the idea of clubbing conjures up college memories of unwelcome advances and drinks that couldn’t be trusted. Like much of Old Boston, though, those days seem to be coming to an end.

The Grand’s owner claims to be “reinventing”—not reviving—the city’s club scene. Kane and his company, Big Night Entertainment Group, which also owns Empire, the Scorpion Bar, and nine other locations, have adopted a so-called Las Vegas–style model that thrives on ticketed events for big-name international DJs and traffics in luxury rather than scorpion bowls and grab-assery. The whole vibe is explicitly exclusive. It can cost $200 just to get past the door; a bottle of vodka can run $750; and if you want to kick your heels up in the VIP lounges, you’d better come thirsty and be ready to hit the $3,000 mark. “We’re not cheap,” Kane says. “I want it to be a cut above.”

So why has Boston suddenly gone glitzy? Mayor Marty Walsh ended the war on nightlife, for one thing, and “it’s tech, it’s finance, it’s young professionals,” says Randy Greenstein, Kane’s business partner (along with Kane’s brother Joe). As the second-largest startup-funding hub in the country after Silicon Valley, and the home to companies such as DraftKings and Vertex Pharmaceuticals, it can feel like the new rich are everywhere in Boston. “If you can offer an amazing experience,” Greenstein says, “they’ll spend their money.”

If Kane has anything to say about it, the Vegas-ification of Boston is only getting started. His company is adding exciting new projects, including a music hall in the Hub on Causeway development next to the TD Garden and a smaller nightclub in the new Encore Boston Harbor casino, all in the same vein of opulence. Whether the glitz and glam ushers in a new era of nightlife, with waves of club kids to boot, or leaves us wistful for the bad old days of gritty dives, only time will tell. In the meantime, well, bartenders in tiny prop cars or dressed as Stormtroopers never hurt anyone.

Grand Nightclub SF Closed for Renovation

From The Grand Nightclub’s instagram: All good things come to an end at some point or another. We had a stellar run! As nightclubs are evolving all over the world, as should we. The Grand Nightclub will be closed as of April 1st, 2015 for a major remodel and redecoration effort. With the goal of reopening before Summer 2015, The Grand Nightclub will be your premier San Francisco nightclub destination!

Reopen dates TBA, but it sounds like hopefully The Grand will be back open around June or July at the latest. Stay tuned!