100 Legends Way Boston, Massachusetts
Home to both the NBA’s Boston Celtics and the NHL’s Boston Bruins, TD Garden—often called Boston Garden or simply The Garden—is New England’s premier sporting and entertainment venue. The state-of-the-art arena has hosted everything from the Stanley Cup Finals and NCAA Basketball Tournaments to concerts and comedy shows by the likes of Lady Gaga, Jay-Z, Jimmy Fallon, and Jim Gaffigan.
The arena first opened in 1995 as the FleetCenter and was renamed TD Garden 10 years later. The venue has since undergone major renovations and today boasts multiple staging options, cutting-edge video screens, and an energy-efficient lighting system. It welcomes more than 3.5 million people a year at more than 200 concerts, shows, and sporting events, including the NCAA Basketball Tournament, which it’s hosted 4 times since 1999. In 2018, the NCAA Basketball college competition returns for the East Regionals Sweet 16 and Elite 8 games. Fans can grab tickets to see who will battle their way to the Men’s Final Four at San Antonio’s Alamodome.