Massachusetts Festivals: A state in the new England area has always had wonderful festivals to enjoy by you for every season. Spring and fall are the best times, you’ll see new foliage and blooms or those amazing fall colors! Come see what festivals we have uncovered for you…
Wilso’s Solid Sound Festival: Wilco’s Solid Sound Festival returns to MASS MoCA this summer on June 28-30, 2019. Join us for a weekend of music, comedy, art and more at the largest contemporary art museum in the US. MASS MoCA is in North Adams, MA — nestled in the lovely northern Berkshire mountains, approximately 140 miles west of Boston, 160 miles north of NYC and 45 miles east of Albany. Nearest airports are Albany and Hartford/Springfield. Wilco are not a band for the narrow of mind or the faint of heart.” Deluxe camping is available. Fri, Jun 28, 5:00 PM–Sun, Jun 30,11:00 PM
Levitate Festival: This grassroots music and arts festival features roots, reggae, folk, rock, and funk. The organizers, a community-oriented surf/skate shop, started the festival as an anniversary party in 2013, but it became such a success, it’s now an annual New England event. Held just 30 minutes south of Boston, the festival is an excellent reason to get out of the city for the weekend! July 12-14,Marshfield Fair Grounds.
Boston Pizza Festival: Are you interested in all-you-can-eat pizza, sampling, live entertainment, games and more?! You want Pizza this?? The annual pizza festival in Boston might be just the thing! Vendors from all over will be serving up Gluten-Free, Vegan, Neapolitan, Sicilian, New York Style, and much more at City Hall Plaza in Boston! This Festival is a 2-day outdoor festival featuring live music, food and giveaways. Local and international vendors in the food industry will be there. Each pizza vendor will be selling their own product. Giving attendee’s the unique opportunity to try pizza from all over. Vendors will each have a chance to enter and win “Boston Pizza Festival Pizza Champion’ contest. July 13 & 14, 11:00am -10:00pm.
Barnstable County Fair: a Cape Cod family tradition spanning 171 years, features live music, amusement park rides and games, animal shows, a petting zoo, 4H demonstrations, horticulture displays, arts and crafts, food and commercial vendors, livestock competitions and small arena shows with horse pulls, dressage, and horse jumping. Monday, July 22 – Thursday, July 25: 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM. Friday, July 26 – Saturday, July 27: Noon to 10:00 PM. Sunday, July 28: Noon to 9:00 PM.
39th Annual Gloucester Waterfront Festival: Over 200 Juried Artisans, Craftspeople, Food Vendors, Authors and Musicians from throughout the United States will display and sell their American made works; Come and sample an array of gourmet delights. Bring your appetite for the food court, featuring traditional fair fare including Kettle Corn, Paella, Hot Dogs, Sausage, Fresh Wraps, Seafood, Ice Cream and more. Enjoy free “family style” entertainment including live music and various performance arts. Saturday August 17, 9am to 6pm, Sunday August 18, 9am to 5pm
Food Festival: Food Festival features a display of the products such as Chicken pie, chop suey dog, ice coffee, fudds, beef, hot dogs, ice cream and much more. Fenway Park, Sat, Sep 21.
Carnival Parade: Ever been in a parade? Well here’s your chance. The parade starts at the Harbor Hotel and continues down Commercial St, through the town center, to the corner of Franklin St in the West End. The town welcomes and encourages individuals, groups, and creative floats to enter as participants in the parade. Come celebrate summer in Provincetown!
August 22, 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
If you and you family and friends want to spend some time in Massachusetts and be part of some unusual festivals just give Travelkatz a call at 352-277-7300 and we will make it happen for you.