Boston July 4th Events: 4th of July Fireworks Cruise
by David Mendoza Pekala
(70 Rowes Wharf Boston, MA 02119)
The 4th of July, one of Boston’s most anticipated summer celebrations. Prospective partygoers know they need to have their plans on lock early to ensure a happy Fourth of July - but the typical party scene can get a little repetitive. After a day in the sun, revelers flock to bars, clubs, and rooftops, hoping to dance the night away and catch a glimpse of the 4th of July fireworks. This year make it an Independence Day you’ll never forget! Join us aboard one of Mass Bay Lines fine vessels for the annual 4th of July Fireworks Cruise. With the DJ Spinning the best in 80s, 90s and today's hits, we offer an experience on par with Boston’s hottest nightclubs and rooftop bars - but instead of pushing through crowds and navigating busy sidewalks, you’ll be cruising the harbor in style. You’ll eat, drink, dance, and enjoy gorgeous city views. Best of all, you’ll catch several Fireworks displays, from the water. Be sure to reserve your spaces soon. If previous events are any indication, spots for this celebration won’t last long!
To Buy Tickets: http://decades-entertainment.ticketleap.com/4th-of-july-fireworks-cruise/details
Check in: 7:00pm
Boarding: Begins at 7:30pm
Returning: 11:15pm (directly after fireworks)
Age Requirement: 21+
Parking: Rowes Wharf Garage 30 Rowes Wharf Boston, MA 02110
Validated Parking Available
For questions please contact David Mendoza at (617) 800-9181
Historic Walking Boston July Events: Tours at the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum
The Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum announced today that the popular historic weekly Walking Tours will begin on July 6, 2016 and continue through August 31, 2016. Starting off from the PMPM, every Wednesday at 9:30 a.m., the walking tours will travel back in time giving visitors a look at the most historic locations and buildings in Provincetown including the Pilgrim Monument, Atlantic House, Benjamin Lancy Mansion and Provincetown Town Hall. “Provincetown has some of the most significant architecture in New England and our walking tour brings history to life with our knowledgeable guides,” said John McDonagh, PMPM Executive Director. “Each stop on the tour provides visitors with a story encompassing the history behind each building along the way.” The tour begins with a rich overview of Provincetown history at the PMPM and also the breathtaking 360-degree view of Cape Cod from the top of the Monument. Then, tour ventures into town and stops at different sites and buildings. The tour visits the recently renovated Town Hall to view both the historic building and the paintings in the town’s art collection featuring masterpieces from Charles Hawthorne who founded the Cape Cod School of Art in 1890 and his students, Ross Moffet and Henry Hensche. Tour-goers will also visit the Provincetown Library to see the remarkable half-scale model of the Rose Dorothea and the impressive Lipton Cup she won in the Fishermen’s Race. The Historic Walking Tour travels around the streets of Provincetown for about two miles and takes two hours. Reservations are required as the popular walking tours fill up quickly. Tickets are $20 per person, which includes tour and PMPM museum/monument admission. The tour includes buildings which are not handicapped accessible. The tour is weather permitting and is not suitable for small children, and no dogs. To reserve your spot for the Historic Walking Tour call 508-487-1310.
Bastille Day is back! Come down to Marlborough Street and be transported to Paris with authentic Francophone music, food, drinks, and dancing in the street! After selling out in 2014 and 2015, the French Cultural Center promises an event that is not to be missed. The line-up, programmed by World Music/CRASHarts, showcases two phenomenal acts: Ginkgoa, a blend of vintage Paris Chic and New York cool with swinging electro beats and Emeline Mochel, an internationally acclaimed Haitian songstress fusing pop, jazz, blues and traditional rhythms. The event will be held on Friday, July 15 at 6:00pm. For tickets and more information visit: www.frenchculturalcenter.org or call: (617) 912-0400
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