We are super excited to be returning to Groezrock!
Meerhout, Belgium
Saturday, May 2

New Year’s Eve in Buffalo!

Come ring in the new year with us. Special guests The Interrupters and Wolf Tickets. Just a few tickets remaining for tonight’s epic party – don’t get left out in the cold!


Hometown Throwdown 17 VIP Fundraiser

Hometown Throwdown 17 VIP Fundraiser
with The Mighty Mighty BossToneS
Friday, Dec. 26 House of Blues Foundation Room

This year we are raising money for an organization that helps and deeply cares about the men and women that have served in our armed forces, Veterans Inc. Veterans Inc. is New England’s leading provider of support services to veterans and their families. The organization’s single-minded mission is to be there for our veterans in their time of need. Since 1991, Veterans Inc. has helped more than 55,000 veterans in need and today operates offices and programs in all six New England states. The support services include temporary and emergency housing, counseling, employment services, job training, family programs, benefits counseling and advocacy, transportation, temporary financial assistance, health and wellness, food services, and veterans’ childcare services.

This is a great organization doing tremendous work. Please join The Mighty Mighty BossToneS and help raise money as well as awareness so that their hard work can continue.

A limited number of VIP laminates can be purchased here. The VIP laminate will give you exclusive access to the Foundation Room and Meet & Greet with the band after the show at House of Blues Boston on Dec. 26, 2014

Please note:
You must be 21 + to enter the Foundation Room and attend this fundraiser.
These VIP laminates will be held in your name and can be picked up at the House of Blues WILL CALL box office anytime after 5pm on 12/26. THEY WILL NOT BE MAILED.
Veterans Inc. Fund VIP laminates are for admission to the Foundation Room only. You must have a concert ticket for admission to House of Blues for the show.

Fenway Park here we come!!!

We are excited to announce that we’ll be joining Foo Fighters at Fenway Park on July 18. The offer to return to the Fenway stage is both unexpected and humbling. We are looking forward to a killer night of music in the world’s best ballpark! Tickets go on sale Friday at 10am.

West Coast Return!

We had so much fun on our recent Way Out West Tour that we decided to come back and play some places that we missed and haven’t been to in a long time. The Mighty Mighty BossToneS are excited to announce 3 special show in December!

Tickets go on sale this Friday – Oct. 3 at 10am

Dec. 19 Tempe, AX Marquee Theatre w/ The Interrupters & Captain Squeegee

Dec. 20 Anaheim, CA House of Blues w/ Special Guest TBA & Stupid Flanders

Dec. 21 San Diego, CA House of Blues w/ The Interrupters & Oceanside Sound System

Announcing Hometown Throwdown 17!


It’s just about that time of year again! Hometown Throwdown 17 is right around the corner. Tickets are on sale now!

We have an INCREDIBLE line up this year featuring some super special guests and true heroes of ours. We will be announcing these details as soon as possible. In the meantime, get ready for THE RETURN OF THE GREAT WALL OF SANTAS!

December 26 w/ Fishbone, Big D and the Kids Table: tickets
December 27 w/ The Interrupters, The Warning Shots: tickets
December 28 w/ Andrew W.K., Lost City Angels: tickets
All three shows: tickets

Jimmy Kimmel Live!

kimmel show2

We’re looking forward to heading Way Out West!

August 8 Salt Lake City, UT The Depot
August 9 Denver, CO Ogden Theatre
August 12 Seattle, WA The Neptune
August 13 Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom
August 15 San Francisco, CA The Fillmore
August 16 Los Angeles, CA The Fonda Theatre
August 17 Las Vegas, NV Brooklyn Bowl

Dicky Barrett’s Birthday Bash!

Family, friends, supporters of the Mighty Mighty BossToneS and those of you who consider yourselves to be all three– thank you so much for helping to make turning officially old-ass not suck in the slightest. The show in Boston’s City Hall Plaza (aka Dicky Barrett’s Birthday Bash) was an amazing thing to be a part of and quite overwhelming if you happen to be Dicky Barrett. Much love to those of you in attendance. How great was that?

I personally take very little of the credit and give a huge portion of it to my closest friend Joe Gittleman and my other brothers The Mighty Mighty BossToneS. Thank you guys. I’d also like to thank The Gaslight Anthem and Barrence Whitfield and the Savages for joining the party and bringing amazing energy and enthusiasm. Thank you once again to Adam Shaw for all his hard work and for all the care and love he gives to me and the rest of the BossToneS. The same with Darren Hill. Darren, when you were not pulling the hair out of it you were banging your head against the wall quite a bit this time and through all the aggravation and frustration you still managed to be a really great guy. Thank you to Clay, Rooney, Laura, Jay, Stu and the rest of our incredible crew. Thank you to Ellis Carr, Barrett Fitzgerald, Lenny Lashley, Brian Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, and the one and only Nate Albert for joining me and The Mighty Mighty BossToneS onstage and adding to the excitement of what was already a pretty damn exciting evening. Jimmy, Danny Ricker, Baby-Doll, and my pal Cousin Sal thank you so much for rolling with me, oh what fun we had. Thank you to Ed Kane and his Empire restaurant. You know what you did. Thanks to my friend Sal Medrano you are a superstar. Thanks to Bill Blumenreich, the folks at the Wilbur Theatre and the Phantom Gourmet — Good luck to you guys in the future. Thank you and I’m so sorry to those of you that I’m forgetting and failing to mention. There’s so many people that played a hand in putting together such a magical time for me. I’d like to give a very special thanks to my lifelong friend Mark (Higgs) Higgins for putting together the birthday montage/tribute video to yours truly. For those of you who weren’t there and did not get see it, as well as those of you who were there and would just like to see it again– here it is. I love you all and my birthday could not have been any better.

Dicky Barrett