Boston’s Licensing Board Finds No Violations By House Of Blues & BOA Pavilion

BOSTON (CBS) – Boston’s Licensing Board ruled on Thursday that House of Blues and the Bank of America Pavilion were not responsible for a number of drug overdoses that took place at the venues.

The board voted not to sanction the venues over several suspected molly overdoses in recent months.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Ben Parker reports

Boston's Licensing Board Finds No Violations By House Of Blues & BOA Pavilion

In August, 19-year-old Brittany Flannigan died at the House of Blues.

There were also reported overdoses during concerts at the Bank of America Pavilion.

The licensing board found that no violations were committed by either House of Blues or Bank of America Pavilion.

Had violations been found, the Licensing Board could have chosen to suspend or revoke the venues’ licenses.

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