Autumn is descending on New England, bringing cooler temperatures and changing colors! It’s a beautiful time of year to enjoy the many festivals and events in the Boston Metro area. We have some popular recommendations for you here!
Sept 5-6: The Boston “Ahts” Festival features a covered artists’ village, two stages of performing arts and a variety of family activities at the Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park. Free admission.
Sept 5-Oct 25: King Richard’s Faire in Carver, MA is a renaissance fair that will sweep you back in time with jousting, artisans, live performers, merchants and costumed revelers.
Sept 12: The End of Summer Beach Party is a free event in South Boston, held at the BCYF Curley Community Center. Enjoy a day at the beach with with live music, food, games, and swimming.
Sept 12: College Fest at Fenway Park welcomes college students back to school with live music, entertainment, free giveaways and contests. Bring your student I.D.
Sept 17-20: WGBH Food & Wine Festival features an exploration of gourmet cooking and delights, with chef demos, panel discussion, food and wine tastings, live music and more. Tickets required, see website for schedule and admission rates.
Sept 17-21: The 31st Boston Film Festival celebrates evolving filmmakers and regional talent with premiere screenings, Q & A sessions with directors, and artistic achievement awards. Held at the Stuart Street Playhouse.
Sept 19: The South Boston Street Festival features two stages of live music and dance, wares from over 100 artists and local merchants, plenty of food and children’s activities. Located between I and L streets. Free admission.
Sept 20: The Boston Local Food Festival at the Rose Kennedy Greenway is a free outdoor festival featuring culinary offerings by farmers, local restaurants, specialty food producers, fishermen and organizations promoting healthy food and fitness. Enjoy chef demos, a seafood competition, live music and performances, and a family fun zone.
Sept 25-Oct 4: ArtWeek Boston features participatory and interactive creative experiences, and a behind-the-scenes look at artists and the creative process. Many activities are free, but some have a charge; see website for offerings and details.
This is just a sampling of what Boston has to offer! The Boston Metro area has a healthy business climate, and there is something for everyone when it comes to culture and events. If you’d like to explore Boston Metro commercial real estate, please contact us for complete guidance!