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Tourism, Sports, and Entertainment

Tourism, Sports, and Entertainment

The Mayor's Office of Tourism, Sports, and Entertainment supports the tourism industry in Boston by producing events, supporting film and TV production, and marketing the City to conventions and visitors.

Our mission is to advance tourism in Boston and promote participation in public celebrations from Boston residents and visitors to our city. We bring people to Boston with events including festivals, concerts, exhibitions, and public celebrations both downtown and in Boston’s neighborhoods.

We support film and television through the Boston Film Bureau with permitting, location assistance, and coordination with local and state agencies. We help neighborhood based groups with event production, and encourage international relations through our Sister City and Distinguished Guest Programs.

Tourism and Special Events
Contact
617-635-3911
1 City Hall Square
Room 802
Boston, MA 02201-2029
United States
Office Hours

Monday through Friday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For film questions, contact Patricia Papa at 617-635-3911 or filmbureau@boston.gov.

News and Announcements

Gospelfest
Jul 28

Mayor Walsh Announces Tina Campbell of Mary Mary to Headline Gospelfest 2016

Mayor's Office
Friday Afternoon Concert Series
Jul 25

Mayor Walsh Announces August Friday Afternoon Concert Series Lineup

Mayor's Office
Poster for the Disco Band Stardust
Jul 21

Disco Night at City Hall Plaza August 10

Mayor's Office
Tavares Band Photo
Jul 15

Tavares Dance Party Coming to City Hall Plaza August 3

Parks and Recreation

Upcoming Events

Image for Dorothy Curran Wednesday Night Concert Series
Aug 3

Dorothy Curran Wednesday Night Concert Series

Image for St. Agrippina di Mineo Feast
Aug 4

St. Agrippina di Mineo Feast

Image for Friday Afternoon Concert Series
Aug 5

Friday Afternoon Concert Series

Image for Gospelfest
Aug 7

Gospelfest

Old North Church

Museums and open spaces

Learn, explore, and admire in museums ranging from the historic Old North Church to the Museum of Fine Arts.