About NV Concepts


Massachusetts-based NV Concepts was founded in 2008 by Tim Bonito and Richard Hutchinson. Tim and Rich recognized an entertainment gap within the New England college markets, a gap they quickly filled with major concerts and events starting at their alma mater, the University of Massachusetts, and hometown of Springfield, MA. Seven hundred shows later, NV Concepts is one of the leading independent concert companies in the country operating in 15 different markets currently.

An event production, promotions, and talent buying company, NV Concepts operates nationwide specializing in concert experiences and events. As a talent management organization, we are dedicated to utilizing the relationships we’ve fostered in order to further the careers and passions of the artists we represent. Our arena level events have featured artists such as Tiesto, deadmau5, Skrillex and many of the world’s biggest DJ’s. NV Concepts has been curating lineups for nightclubs, oceanic cruises, and concert tours since its inception in 2008. NV Concepts also prides itself on delivering the best possible fan experience, taking into account the difference music makes in people’s lives and how it resonates within every person that attends a show.

Clients & Venues we have worked with include:


Divas – Amherst, MA
Mullins Center – Amherst, MA

Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA
Estate – Boston, MA
GEM – Boston, MA
House of Blues – Boston, MA
Icon – Boston, MA
Middle East – Boston, MA
NAGA – Boston, MA
Paradise Rockclub – Boston, MA
Prime Nightclub – Boston, MA
The Estate – Boston, MA

Ocean Club at Marina Bay – Quincy, MA

Tsongas Arena – Lowell, MA

MassMutual Center – Springfield, MA

The Palladium – Worcester, MA
Bar FX – Worcester, MA

New York:

Washington Armory- Albany, NY
Times Union Center – Albany, NY

Upstate Concert Hall – Clifton Park, NY

Rapids Theater – Niagra Falls, NY

Water Street Music Hall – Rochester, NY

The Oncenter Arena
– Syracuse, NY

Lava Nightclub – Verona, NY


Room 960 – Hartford, CT
Webster Theater – Hartford, CT
XL Center – Hartford, CT

Shrine Nightclub – Mashantucket, CT
Toad’s Place – New Haven, CT


District N9ne – Philadelphia, PA
The Roxxy – Philadelphia, PA

Bryce Jordan Center – State College, PA
Levels Nightclub – State College, PA

Rhode Island:

Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel – Providence, RI
Therapy – Providence, RI

Ryan Center – University of Rhode Island, RI

Paddy’s Beach – Westerly, RI


Port City Music Hall – Portland, ME
State Theatre – Portland, ME

New Hampshire:

Whittemore Center– Durham, NH

South Carolina:

Social – Columbia, SC

West Virginia:

Lux Night Club– Columbia, SC


San Jose State University– San Jose, CA


Neil Blaisedell Center– Honolulu, HI




At NV Concepts, our passion is your experience. That doesn’t mean just the music, the dancing, the lights, the show itself. That means, first and foremost, your safety. Please make responsible decisions and educate yourself in the best ways to take care of yourself and others.

Vigorous physical activity including dancing is a big part of our EDM scene. People can get very sick from dehydration and overheating. Drinking lots of water is highly encouraged.  Some of the illness and tragedies at musical events are associated with a loss of electrolytes and minerals, especially salt. This can lead to dangerous physical reactions such as brain swelling, heart problems, seizures, and in some cases, even death. Please make sure that you and those around you are hydrated at all times.

Looking after others is as important as looking after yourself. Here are some signs to look out for indicating that medical attention is needed:

1 – Abnormal body temperature.

2 – Abnormal heart rate.

3 – Abnormal breathing.

4 – Flushed, red or very pale skin color.

5 – Unconsciousness.

6 – Pupils don’t react to changes in light.

7 – Abnormal behavior including delusions, hallucinations or paranoia.

At the end of the day, we urge you to make the best decision that will keep you and others safe. At NV Concepts events, we have a zero tolerance policy for the use of illegal substances because we believe in the right to enjoy the music we love in a secure and healthy environment. Please do the same and refrain from using illegal drugs.



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