The Rooftop At Pier 17’s Summer/Fall Concert Lineup Includes Jason Mraz, Yacht Rock Revue, Simple Plan And New Found Glory

06/02/2021 in
The Rooftop At Pier 17’s Summer/Fall Concert Lineup Includes Jason Mraz, Yacht Rock Revue, Simple Plan And New Found Glory

Live music is coming back, and you can add the Rooftop at Pier 17 to the shortlist of venues where you can catch big acts performing outdoors this summer and fall. 

The Seaport District just announced three new dates for its concert series: On August 20 and 21, dust off your best fedora and Hawaiian shirt when The Yacht Rock Revue and “I’m Yours” singer Jason Mraz take the stage. Then, on October 8, pop punk legends Simple Plan and New Found Glory prove that emo didn’t die out in the late aughts. 

Tickets are currently on presale, and fans can get early-bird access using the code “ROOFTOP.” Details to follow.

Yacht Rock Revue, Hotter Dads in Tighter Jeans Tour

August 20, 8pm

Presale 

Code: ROOFTOP

On sale to the general public: May 27, 10am

Jason Mraz, Look for the Good Live! Summer Tour

August 21, 7pm

Presale 

Code: ROOFTOP 

General public ticket sale: May 27, 10am

Simple Plan and New Found Glory, Pop Punk’s Still Not Dead Tour

October 8, 6:30pm

Presale begins May 27, 10am

Code: ROOFTOP

Tickets for general public: May 28, 10am

Peruse the complete Pier 17 event calendar and find tickets to Bikini Kill, Jason Isbell, Blues Traveler and more. 

photo: Seaport District

Tags: Pier 17

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