July 13 - July 14
City Hall Plaza
We don’t need to sell you on this one. We just need to remind you to get your tickets early for cooking demos, live music, pizza-tossing demonstrations, beer, wine, and all the styles of pizza you could hope for: Neapolitan, Sicilian, Greek and New York, slices.
Cost: $15; $50 for VIP admission.
July 17 - August 4
Okay, so do you even remember reading Cymbeline? At the very least, you remember Imogen, one of the classic Shakespearean heroines, plus the timeless themes of mistaken identities and true love. Enjoy all the mystery and romance on the lush Boston Common lawn.
July 14 - September 15
These car-free Sundays, three in all, mean you’ll literally be dancing in the street -- or playing Ping-Pong, or tossing some cornhole, or getting in a little shopping, or otherwise reveling in the temporary quiet of one of the city’s busiest thoroughfares.
July 26 - July 28
Revere Beach is a singular experience, and never more so than during this three-day artistic battle. Come for the sand sculptures, stay for the epic people watching.