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GospelFest is New England’s largest Gospel music celebration and is free and open to all.
Salsa, Kizomba, R&B, and House music dance parties at Boston City Hall Plaza are free and open to all.
The Winter Express will bring outdoors cold weather entertainment and activation to Boston neighborhoods.
Public COVID-19 vaccination clinics in partnership with Whittier Street Health Center and BPHC to be held as part of First Night festivities
This year, the Mayor’s Enchanted Trolley Tour will take place on Friday, December 3, Saturday, December 4, and Sunday, December 5.
The house music dance party is free and open to all.
This salsa-inspired Hispanic Heritage Month celebration is free and open to all.
This dance-filled celebration of R&B from the ‘60s, ‘70s, and ‘80s is free and open to all.
There are many ways to celebrate the Fourth in Boston.
There are plenty of ways to mark the Fourth of July in Boston this year!
This dance-filled celebration of summer will be free and open to all.
The free, Halloween-inspired drive-in movie series is coming to the BCEC this October.
Proposals will shape and execute a branding and marketing campaign to attract tourists
New England's largest Gospel music celebration will be streamed online on City TV on Sunday, August 9 at 5 p.m.
A partnership is underway for Boston to secure one of the final 10 United States destination cities for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
This year, Fourth of July celebrations in Boston will look different, but there are still plenty of ways to mark the holiday!
Celebrate the summer solstice with the music of Boston-born disco legend, Donna Summer!
The City of Boston is launching a free online wellness studio with its first-ever virtual Social Fitness Festival on National Fitness Day, May 2.
The City of Boston and Boston University continue the tradition of paying tribute to the life, legacy, and influence of Dr. King.
Boston’s Enchanted Trolley Tour continues the festive tradition of lighting holiday trees throughout Boston.
Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced Boston University's Associate Provost and Dean of Students, Kenneth Elmore, will be this year's orator for Boston's Independence Day Celebration, which will take...
Every summer, Boston's North End is home to more than a dozen Italian feasts, festivals, and processions.
The City will host more than 30 parades and processions in 2019. Save the dates!
On October 6 - 7, check out Boston Occupied: The Redcoats are Coming... Again, a special historical re-enactment of the arrival of British regular troops to Boston in 1768.
Every summer, Boston's North End is home to over a dozen Italian feasts, festivals, and processions.
Make the most of your Memorial Day Weekend by checking out these free, family-friendly things to do around the City.
According to new travel rankings from U.S. News and World Report, the City of Boston is the best place to visit this summer.
The City of Boston continues the tradition of paying tribute to the life, legacy, and influence of Dr. King.
Last year, more than 300,000 local residents and visitors came to experience this new, family-friendly holiday tradition at City Hall Plaza.