Are you travelling with us to Boston this summer? Have a look at what’s happening in Boston during the months of July and August!
Boston Harbourfest – and Chowderfest!
When: July 2 – July 7, 2013
This 2013 year marks the 31st anniversary of Harborfest, Boston’s 6-day long gala celebration of American Independence, July 4th, and the joy of summer in Boston. Many of the events taking place during the festival will have you running from one event to the next to keep the fun going!
4th of July Fireworks
When: July 4, 2013
Boston’s most spectacular firework display of the year follows the Pops Concert on the 4th. Watch from tall buildings, rooftops, or the banks of the Charles River.
Free Sunday Night Movies in Christopher Columbus Park
When: July 11, 2013
Enjoy free outdoor movies in the Christopher Columbus Park, the entrance to Boston’s North End. Movies include a number of favorites from the past 40 years.
When: August 12- August 13, 2013
It will take acrobatic thinking, high wire hearts, and courageous clowns to embark on this Emerald City adventure! This time, it’s all flying monkey business as the acrobats cartwheel down the yellow brick road to a new twist in the tale.
Boston Red Sox vs New York Yankees
When: August 18, 2013
The Yankees–Red Sox rivalry is a sports rivalry between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox baseball teams of Major League Baseball. The two teams have competed in MLB’s American League (for over 100 years and have since developed one of the fiercest rivalries in sports.
Restaurant Week Boston
When: August 18 – August 23, 2013 and August 25- August 30, 2013
Restaurant Week Boston is brought to you by the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau and American Express. Twice a year, in March and again in August, local Boston restaurants design special 3-course prix fixe menus for lunch and dinner courses. Diners can choose from old favorites restaurants to the latest culinary hot spots, from nationally known chain restaurants to local chef-owned bistros, from Asian or Argentinean fare to French, Italian, tapas and sushi, from the award-winning restaurants of Boston and Cambridge to the gourmet gems in the suburbs north, west and south of the city. You can be sure that there is a restaurant for everybody!