The young House of Blues location in Boston is facing a one-week liquor license suspension because some of its drunk patrons were also quite young, the Boston Herald reported Saturday.

Two incidents led to two minors getting alcohol poisoning at the club, which opened on Lansdowne Street in February, the Herald reported.

The House of Blues did not comment on the situation, but Live Nation may appeal the suspension.

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2 Responses

  1. Sean

    Is it just a coincidence that mayoral candidate Michael Flaherty happens to have a scheduled fundraiser at the HoB this week, when the city decides to yank the license? They run this city like the Gestapo.

  2. Dave

    Sean, I agree with you but suspect there will be an “appeal” filed and this won’t effect the fundraiser. Wouldn’t surprise me for our esteemed dictator to pull something like that.


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