More Downtown
Happenings

Things to See and
Do This Month

More Downtown Happenings

Things to See and Do This Month

What’s Mayor Marty Walsh Up To?

When he’s not working on his legislative agenda, Mayor Martin J. Walsh is taking action in the fight against kids’ cancer… and getting a lil’ bit country. This month, join Mayor Walsh as he hosts:

The 2nd Annual Country in the City Concert

Mayor Walsh and Country 102.5 present a free, live country music concert. Come listen to the music and snack on bites from delicious local food trucks at City Hall Plaza.

6:30PM – 8:30PM
Thursday, September 14

The 13th Annual TD Hub on Wheels Citywide Ride

Ride to support the Boston Children’s Hospital. The course takes you across the Emerald Necklace on a 40-mile journey through Boston’s neighborhoods or you can choose the family-friendly 10-mile ride. Both courses start and finish at City Hall Plaza.

Sunday, September 17

CLICK HERE to learn more and register to ride.


Charter Day: Happy Birthday Boston!

September 7 is Charter Day, which means the city of Boston is celebrating its 387th birthday. That’s a whole lot of candles! Celebrate Charter Day all month long with a series of lectures and events presented by the Partnership of Historic Bostons.

CLICK HERE to learn more.


A New Era of Phantom of the Opera

The powerful and haunting Phantom of the Opera, is back and ready to thrill audiences. With new staging, lighting, and choreography, critics are calling it “bigger and better than ever before.” Cameron Mackintosh’s new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s famous tail of love and terror will take over the Boston Opera House this month, with performances running from September 13 to October 1.

CLICK HERE to get your tickets today.

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