Mayor Marty Walsh and the city of Boston have officially declared December 8th as ‘Boston Music Awards Day’.

“I urge all of my fellow Bostonians to join me in recognizing the Boston Music Awards contributions to celebrating the vibrant music scene in the City of Boston” said Mayor Walsh.

“We’re both proud, and honored, to have Mayor Walsh and the City of Boston officially recognize December 8th as Boston Music Awards Day” responded Paul Armstrong, Boston Music Awards owner. “This Proclamation is for every nominee and artist who calls Boston home.”




The Boston Music Awards will take place at the House of Blues on December 8th. 33 winners will be announced that night, while the following 12 nominated artists will perform live: Contact, The Hotelier, Air Traffic Controller, Ballroom Thieves, Julie Rhodes, Lady Pills, Kyle Bent, Bearstronaut, Sadie Dupuis of Speedy Ortiz, Shaun NG, Michael Christmas, and Walter Sickert. DJ Knife and DJ Leah V will also take the stage as Lamont Price will host the event.

Founded in 1987, The Boston Music Awards is an annual set of music awards that showcases some of the very best talent in the Massachusetts area.

Tickets are still available for purchase on the BMAs website.


Related: Q & A: Rock & Roll Rumble host Anngelle Wood talks future of the Boston Music Scene


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