The 35th Annual Harborfest takes place from July 1-4, 2016 across Boston and Harborfest is the largest Fourth of July festival in the country!
There are hundreds of events over a 4-day period across various sites in Boston from historical reenactments, live entertainment, fireworks, and much more!
Some Harborfest events and activities have a small admission fee, but many events are free! You can find the entire schedule and events here.
If you are looking for information regarding the annual Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular on the Esplanade, please head here for more information.
As always, people are encouraged to take the MBTA for the Fourth of July events in Boston and the MBTA will be FREE on July 4, 2016 after 9:30pm on all modes of transportation.
Parking meters are also free on July 4, 2016 due to the holiday but keep in mind that some parking restrictions may be in place.
Do you have a favorite Harborfest event? Will you be catching the Fireworks this year?
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