The annual Puerto Rican Festival of Massachusetts will be held on July 27-29, 2018 at Boston City Hall Plaza. It is the flagship event that brings together people from all heritages to share, learn, and celebrate Puerto Rican culture. This year the Puerto Rican Festival celebrates its 51st year and will happen one weekend before Boston GreenFest. We are proud to participate in the Puerto Rican Festival and have the Puerto Rican Festival community participate at Boston GreenFest. (Scroll down to learn more!)
Our three day event is held at City Hall Plaza honoring our history, values, traditional music, typical Puerto Rican food, and local arts and crafts for the entire family. The Festival includes kiosks that will feature different activities, including a health fair, face painting for kids, storytelling of Puerto Rican traditional stories and legends, presentations of eco-friendly gardening and cooking techniques, and teachings of Puerto Rican musical percussion.
The 51st annual Puerto Rican Festival is our flagship event and will take place on July 27-29, 2018. It brings together people from all heritages to share our culture. This three day event is held at Boston’s City Hall Plaza where we celebrate our traditions and honor our history.
The festival consist of live performances by local and international artist, kiosks selling typical Puerto Rican food, local arts and crafts, mechanical rides and different activities for the entire family. It offers the opportunity for business partners to interact with the Hispanic community, including a Health Expo. The festival culminates with the Puerto Rican Parade where the community showcases its culture through wonderful floats, colorful dance troupes, singers, dancers and appearances by distinguished honorees.
Our proven ability to attract 30,000+ participants in the course of the three day celebration, coupled with this year’s outstanding program of events, musical bands, artists and sponsors, makes the Festival the perfect venue to connect together the fastest growing ethnic population in New England and in the United States.
The Festival includes kiosks that will feature different activities, including a health fair, face painting for kids, storytelling of Puerto Rican traditional stories and legends, presentations of eco-friendly gardening and cooking techniques, and teaching of Puerto Rican musical percussion.
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