Editor’s note: Given the current situation, we’re doing our best to make sure the events on this list are still going on as planned. If you plan on attending any of these events, please check with the host/venue before you go to verify it’s still taking place.
So much to do, so little time. Now that the sun sets a little bit later, make the most out of your weekend with this weekend’s guide for free and cheap events in Boston!
Your weekend edition of free and cheap events in Boston is here:
What: Laughter is the best medicine, so why not recover from the work week with some comedy at Bill’s Bar. Held once a week on the main stage at Bill’s, the lineup has included talent from Last Comic Standing.
When: Friday, March 13th at 7PM
Where: Bill’s Bar in Fenway
How Much: $5
What: Music and wine: what more is there to love? Enjoy an intimate concert at City Winery with a glass of merlot and cheese plate. This Friday’s talent is Jack Broadbent a musician who mixes folk, blues, rock, jazz, and Americana.
When: Friday, March 13th at 6PM
Where: City Winery Boston
How Much: $9
What: Bantam Cider offers visitors delicious hard cider made with local and all-natural ingredients. The taproom is spacious, offering flights and full pours. While at the tasting, grab a growler to go.
When: Friday, March 13, 5PM -10PM
Where: Bantam Cider, 40 Merriam St, Somerville, MA
How Much: Free
What: Wild and unique, the Blue Man Group is back! But don’t expect to hear words, just a pulsing and fun rhythm.
When: Saturday March 14th at 8PM
Where: Charles Playhouse, Boston
How Much: $55
What: Will you find a pot of gold at the end of this pub crawl? To celebrate the holiday, come crawl through the bars of Boston’s historic Fenway Park. Whiskey shots and draft beers will be readily available. If you’re one of the first 500 participants to check-in at Lucky Strike, you’ll snag a free festive crawl t-shirt.
When: Saturday, March 14th at 11 AM
Where: Starts at Cheeky Monkey Brewery, 3 Lansdowne Street, Boston, MA
How Much: Free
What: Drink (wine) and be merry. Hosted at the Revere Hotel, the Spring Wicked Wine Fest allows gusts to taste new wines and vote on their favorites at this interactive event.
When: Saturday, March 14 at 12PM
Where: The Revere Hotel, 200 Stuart Street, Boston, MA
How Much: $10 – $19.50
What: Restaurant week has got a brand-new name: Dine Out Boston. The second part of this series begins on Sunday and runs until Friday, March 13th. Get a chance to sample food from the city’s most sought after restaurants at a discount.
When: March 8th – March 13th
Where: Various (more than 100 participating restaurants, which can be found here)
How Much: Prix-Fixe Multi-course lunch can run from $15, $20 or $25 and dinner $28, $33 or $38, depending on the restaurant
What: Soak up the last few chilly days of the winter season at The Rink at 401 Fenway. The rink is positioned in the heart of Fenway and with Time Out Market and Trillium Brewery steps away, you can make a full day out of ice skating!
When: Sunday, March 15th from 8AM – 11AM
Where: 401 Park Drive (Landmark Center).
How Much: Admission is $10 for adults and $6 for college students, seniors, & children under 12. Skate Rentals are an additional $6.
Know of more free and cheap things to do in Boston this weekend? Leave a comment below!
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