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Visiting Greater Boston
Spring and summer see Beantown at its most bustling. This season, Boston visitors won't have trouble finding plenty to see and do. A calendar full of cultural events, annual festivals, pro sports, and all kinds of family-friendly fun – this is the season to experience the Athens of America.
Boston's balmy spring and summer weather make it easier than any other time of year to explore the city's countless iconic attractions and historic sites on foot. And there's much to see – no wonder they call it "America's Walking City." Take advantage of a sunny day this season to check out spots like Boston Common, the Freedom Trail, Boston National Historical Park, and the Beacon Hill neighborhood.
No need to keep your ear to the ground to find out about the best cultural goings on this spring – the 2016 ArtWeek Boston brings them all together in one big collection of 100 events. Venues across Boston and eastern Massachusetts open up to showcase all sorts of art spanning a variety of media, April 29th through May 8th. Check local listings for specific event times.
Together Boston 2016, one of New England's biggest music and arts festivals, is set to hit various venues throughout Cambridge, May 15th through 22nd. The eclectic lineup includes the likes of the Black Madonna, Headhunter, and Optimo, with more headliners being announced as the event draws nearer.
On June 4th, the east Cambridge waterfront hosts an afternoon of renowned jazz, folk, blues, and roots performances, along with specialty food and craft vendors, as part of the 2016 Cambridge River Festival. The free, family-friendly fun starts at noon.
Boston Pride Week 2016 is June 3rd through 12th, inviting visitors to celebrate diversity and equality with a variety of festivities, including a flag raising ceremony, and several festivals and parades. Other highlights include Pride Night at Fenway Park on June 3rd and the Back Bay Block Party on June 12th. Get your passes today.
Celebrate our nation's independence with two days of festive activities on July 3rd and 4th on the banks of the Charles River in Boston. The 2016 Fourth of July Spectacular promises everything from cannon displays to the Boston Pops Orchestra performing patriotic favorites from the past and present, with the celebration culminating in a dazzling fireworks display.
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