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About Halo

Halo At The Point is a 6,800 square foot open concept venue located in the Brick North building of Thompson’s Point in Portland Maine.
This space bridges the rugged beauty of its exposed brick and classic 1800’s industrial architecture with modern audio and lighting amenities.

Halo at The Point provides the versatility to accommodate a diverse range of events and sessions.

From stunning weddings, live music, and corporate events, to industry standard audio, video, and photography sessions, Halo at The Point makes it possible for you to curate defining moments with confidence.

About Halo

Halo At The Point is a 6,800 square foot open concept venue located in the Brick North building of Thompson’s Point in Portland Maine.
This space bridges the rugged beauty of its exposed brick and classic 1800’s industrial architecture with modern audio and lighting amenities.

Halo at The Point provides the versatility to accommodate a diverse range of events and sessions.

From stunning weddings, live music, and corporate events, to industry standard audio, video, and photography sessions, Halo at The Point makes it possible for you to curate defining moments with confidence.

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your wedding destination.

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Get To The Point

Best Driving Route: 
Fore St, Portland Maine to Thompson’s Point

• Head northeast on Fore St toward Dana St
• Turn right onto Dana St
• Turn right at the 2nd cross street onto Commercial ST
• Continue onto Fore River Pkwy
• Turn left onto Thompsons Point
• Continue straight around the back of the Amtrak and bus station out to the end of the peninsula.

Thompson’s Point is pay to park – more parking information at parking FAQ

Bicycling is another great way to reach the Point, while getting some exercise and connecting with the city landscape along the way. Walking and bicycling off-road paths and on-street bicycle lanes are popping up more and more in Portland and you can find the best route to and from Thompson’s Point from your starting location using Google Maps and choosing the Bicycle icon when you look for directions. For the bigger picture, you can also check out the emerging bicycle network on this City of Portland map here.

Another great benefit to bicycling is getting to park right at the front door, so to speak. Bicycle racks are located at all major Point destinations.

People who reach the Point by local or express bus talk about how much easier it is than dealing with traffic and parking – and describe the fun they have on the way, checking out the scenery and catching up with friends or family. (Plus no worries about needing a designated driver.)

Local bus options:

To and from the Portland Peninsula: the METRO Route 1 Bus runs the Congress Street corridor directly to the Portland Transportation Center (and also to remote parking at Mercy Hospital on the Fore River Parkway for Thompson’s Point concert events). It’s a quick 5 minute walk from the bus stop at the Transportation Center to reach the Thompson’s Point destinations, including the concert venue.

To and from other Portland locations: the METRO Route 5 (from downtown to Outer Congress neighborhoods, the airport and the South Portland Mall) and METRO Route 9A/9B (circular route running in both directions to and from Westgate Shopping Center, Deering Center, North Deering, East Deering and Downtown). Both bus routes stop on Congress Street, just one block from the Portland Transportation Center and access to Thompson’s Point. If you’re outbound on Congress, let the bus driver know you’re looking for the Whitney Avenue stop. If you’re inbound on Congress, request the stop at Sewall Street. It’s a quick 10 minute walk down Sewall Street and past the Transportation Center to reach Thompson’s Point destinations.

From Brunswick, Freeport and Yarmouth: take the BREEZ Express Service directly to the Portland Transportation Center.

Fare Prices & More Info:

METRO Routes 1, 5 and 9A/9B: $1.50; reduced fare* is $.75

BREEZ Express Service: $3; reduced fare* is $1.50

*Seniors 65+ and persons with disabilities with Valid ID.

Pay as you go – Exact change (bills and coins accepted)

Call 207-774-0351 or visit gpmetrobus.com for schedule or route questions and more.

Note:you can also use other METROSouth Portland Bus ServiceShuttlebus/ZOOM(Biddeford, Saco, Old Orchard) and Lakes Region bus routes from your specific location and get a free transfer to the METRO 1, 5 or 9A/9B.”

Portland Trails offers a few options for getting to and from Thompson’s Point. See the below map and check out ww.trails.org for more trails around Greater Portland.

Amtrak Downeaster

The Amtrak Downeaster is your car-free connection from Brunswick, Maine to Boston, Massachusetts and beyond. Make the most of every moment. Sit back, relax and enjoy the scenery of northern New England. Whether you’re on a daytime adventure, business trip or just going to the game, there are so many reasons to take the train to Thompson’s Point.

We have all three available in our city. ASAP Taxi (207-791-2727) and 207 Taxi (207-956-5680) are just two options.

Take the Amtrak train! The train station is adjacent to the festival venue. You leave from North Station and arrive at the venue.

Take the bus! Concord Coach Lines offers consistent and comfortable service between South Station and the Portland Transportation Ctr., which is next to the venue.

Get To The Point

Best Driving Route: 
Fore St, Portland Maine to Thompson’s Point

• Head northeast on Fore St toward Dana St
• Turn right onto Dana St
• Turn right at the 2nd cross street onto Commercial ST
• Continue onto Fore River Pkwy
• Turn left onto Thompsons Point
• Continue straight around the back of the Amtrak and bus station out to the end of the peninsula.

Thompson’s Point is pay to park – more parking information at parking FAQ

Bicycling is another great way to reach the Point, while getting some exercise and connecting with the city landscape along the way. Walking and bicycling off-road paths and on-street bicycle lanes are popping up more and more in Portland and you can find the best route to and from Thompson’s Point from your starting location using Google Maps and choosing the Bicycle icon when you look for directions. For the bigger picture, you can also check out the emerging bicycle network on this City of Portland map here.

Another great benefit to bicycling is getting to park right at the front door, so to speak. Bicycle racks are located at all major Point destinations.

People who reach the Point by local or express bus talk about how much easier it is than dealing with traffic and parking – and describe the fun they have on the way, checking out the scenery and catching up with friends or family. (Plus no worries about needing a designated driver.)

Local bus options:

To and from the Portland Peninsula: the METRO Route 1 Bus runs the Congress Street corridor directly to the Portland Transportation Center (and also to remote parking at Mercy Hospital on the Fore River Parkway for Thompson’s Point concert events). It’s a quick 5 minute walk from the bus stop at the Transportation Center to reach the Thompson’s Point destinations, including the concert venue.

To and from other Portland locations: the METRO Route 5 (from downtown to Outer Congress neighborhoods, the airport and the South Portland Mall) and METRO Route 9A/9B (circular route running in both directions to and from Westgate Shopping Center, Deering Center, North Deering, East Deering and Downtown). Both bus routes stop on Congress Street, just one block from the Portland Transportation Center and access to Thompson’s Point. If you’re outbound on Congress, let the bus driver know you’re looking for the Whitney Avenue stop. If you’re inbound on Congress, request the stop at Sewall Street. It’s a quick 10 minute walk down Sewall Street and past the Transportation Center to reach Thompson’s Point destinations.

From Brunswick, Freeport and Yarmouth: take the BREEZ Express Service directly to the Portland Transportation Center.

Fare Prices & More Info:

METRO Routes 1, 5 and 9A/9B: $1.50; reduced fare* is $.75

BREEZ Express Service: $3; reduced fare* is $1.50

*Seniors 65+ and persons with disabilities with Valid ID.

Pay as you go – Exact change (bills and coins accepted)

Call 207-774-0351 or visit gpmetrobus.com for schedule or route questions and more.

Note:you can also use other METROSouth Portland Bus ServiceShuttlebus/ZOOM(Biddeford, Saco, Old Orchard) and Lakes Region bus routes from your specific location and get a free transfer to the METRO 1, 5 or 9A/9B.”

Portland Trails offers a few options for getting to and from Thompson’s Point. See the below map and check out ww.trails.org for more trails around Greater Portland.

Amtrak Downeaster

The Amtrak Downeaster is your car-free connection from Brunswick, Maine to Boston, Massachusetts and beyond. Make the most of every moment. Sit back, relax and enjoy the scenery of northern New England. Whether you’re on a daytime adventure, business trip or just going to the game, there are so many reasons to take the train to Thompson’s Point.

We have all three available in our city. ASAP Taxi (207-791-2727) and 207 Taxi (207-956-5680) are just two options.

Take the Amtrak train! The train station is adjacent to the festival venue. You leave from North Station and arrive at the venue.

Take the bus! Concord Coach Lines offers consistent and comfortable service between South Station and the Portland Transportation Ctr., which is next to the venue.

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