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A FREE Festival on Boston Common

A FREE Festival on Boston Common

Free and open to the public, this community event on Boston Common will be fun for music lovers of all ages.

So plan to join WERS, Bleachers, Buffalo Tom, Juliana Hatfield, Air Traffic Controller, and more on August 18th for our first ever and totally FREE Wicked Good Festival.

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CHVRCHES with 'Love is Dead'

CHVRCHES with 'Love is Dead'

CHVRCHES’ newest release, Love is Dead deals with joy and pain, love and loss, hope and despair, thrill and regret.
They successfully created an honest album for their fans that is still catchy and toe-tapping.
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Out of the Studio and Into Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Out of the Studio and Into Faneuil Hall Marketplace

WERS is celebrating the 4th of July and the entire summer with live music at Faneuil Hall Marketplace!

Join us for an entire day of free live music, featuring our Wicked Local Wednesday artist of the week, which will broadcast live at 8PM.

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The World’s First Hat Solo with Pixies and Weezer at Xfinity Center

The World’s First Hat Solo with Pixies and Weezer at Xfinity Center

Written and Photographed By Lukas Markou We’re cruising into the halfway point of Summer. Last night, down at the Xfinity Center, twin pillars of 90s… Read More

07.18.18

Music Team Memo: Metric, Judith Hill, and More Discoveries

Music Team Memo: Metric, Judith Hill, and More Discoveries

“My physical form is in Jacksonville, but I feel like I mostly live on the internet.” – Yuno This week on the WERS 7 O’clock… Read More

Beck’s Masterfully Experimental Show at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

Beck’s Masterfully Experimental Show at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

Photography by Lukas Markou Written By Sarah Fristoe Last night Beck lit up the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion in support of his new album Colors…. Read More

07.16.18
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