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Tree House Brewery to run a beer garden at Prudential Center on four days in June, July

Cans of Tree House Brewing Company's New England IPA Julius on the canning line of the brewery in Charlton.Matthew Healey for The Boston Globe

This summer, beer fans won’t have to drive all the way to Tree House Brewing Co.’s Charlton tap house to get their fix. Instead, they can head to the Prudential Center’s newly announced beer garden.

“We are very much looking forward to sharing a beer with you,” the brewery said in an announcement, “and listening to some extraordinary music in a comfortable and beautiful environment right in the heart of the City!”

The beer garden, which opens June 13, will feature live performances by musicians from Berklee College of Music and a rotating list of eight Tree House beers on the lawn of the Prudential Center’s south garden.


Entrance is free; guests will receive wristbands when they enter and will have the option of purchasing draft pours. Beers will cost $8 and will be 12 to 16 ounces. The rain-or-shine beer garden is set to run from 5 to 9 p.m. on June 13, June 27, July 18, and July 25.

Here’s the roster of musicians:

■  June 13, Cleo Reed

■  June 27, Jackson Lundy

■  July 18, Lick Neon

■  July 25, ViVi.

Abbi Matheson can be reached at abbi.matheson@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter at @AbbiMatheson