There’s still plenty of summer fun happening in the Boston Metro area! Whether you’re looking for a night on the town, or family-friendly events, there’s plenty of things to do. Here’s a sampling of festivals and attractions taking place during August!
Boston Metro Area August 2017 Events
Aug 5: The Back Bay Chocolate Walking Tour is a pleasant one-mile, scenic urban stroll featuring chocolate tastings in various shops. Tickets required; event runs every Saturday.
Aug 5-6: The Pan-Mass Challenge annual bike-a-thon raises money for life-saving cancer research and treatment. Bike routes cross the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and involve cyclists, volunteers, corporate sponsors and individual contributors.
Aug 13: 4th Annual Boston Seafood Festival features a variety of fresh seafood, chef demonstrations, live music and entertainment, craft vendors and a kid’s area. Come for the food, stay for the fun!
Aug 11-13: Boston Comic Con brings pop culture to life with celebrity appearances, a film festival, costume contests and gaming events. Meet the artists and writers behind today’s most popular comic publications, and browse an incredible selection of comics and merchandise.
Aug 17-20: Fisherman’s Feast is one of the oldest continually-running Italian festivals in the region, celebrated since 1910. Experience the tradition of The Grand Procession, along with delicious Italian food, live music and more.
Aug 19: Brew at the Zoo is a 21-and-over event offering crafts beer from dozens of breweries, local restaurant fare, live music, and all the amenities and attractions of Franklin Park Zoo. Special admission ticket required.
Aug 11-13: Boston Greenfest is a free, multicultural, environmental music festival with a variety of attractions. Experience interactive exhibits, forums, presentations, and continuous live entertainment on three stages. Enjoy the wine & beer garden, EcoFashion and ecoArt, displays, along with the GreenFilmFest, Electric Car Showcase, kids’ activities, great food and more.
Aug 18-27: The 149th Marshfield Fair brings you classic family fun with agricultural and livestock exhibits, carnival rides, live music, food and special grandstand attractions.
Aug 20: Quincy August Moon Festival takes place on Coddington Street in downtown Quincy. Experience a sampling of Asian culture with a variety of traditional and contemporary performances. Browse a wide array of vendors offering delicious cuisine and merchandise. Activities for the kids.
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