July 2022 Events Calendar – Bassick | Forbes Global Properties



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 Fun Things to Do in Boston in July 2022
Splash Pools, Fireworks, Concerts, Beaches, Red Sox, & More 

1 |  Celebrate Independence Day – 2022
The July 4th Pops Concert and Fireworks Spectacular is Boston’s biggest July event – as well as being the biggest Independence Day celebration in the country.  If you’re visiting Boston for this holiday, you’ll have a memorable experience. 

2 | Cruise around Boston Harbor
Tour Boston by boat – the best way to see the city!   Check out these fun sightseeing, music, and entertainment Boston Harbor cruises on the Yacht Northern Lights and Schooner Adirondack III: Popular Cruises on the Northern Lights:Brunch Cruise on the Northern Lights Boston Harbor Cruise on Northern Lights Northern Lights Sunset Cruise  

3 | Relax on a Boston BeachDid you know that even though Boston’s main waterfront is a harbor, you can reach several nice city beaches as easily as hopping on public transportation? For a day trip from Boston, head to Rowes Wharf and board the fast ferry to Provincetown.  

4 | Enjoy Shakespeare on the Common 
Boston’s most popular free outdoor theater event is the annual production of Shakespeare on the Common. Bring a blanket, buy something yummy to eat from one of the gourmet food vendors who arrive for the event, and enjoy the bard under the stars.More about Shakespeare on the Common.


 5 | Tour Boston 

A Boston tour or cruise gives you a fun way to see parts of Boston you might not see on your own.  A fun and inexpensive option is the 15-minute ferry ride to the Boston Harbor Islands.  Once there, you can explore, hike, take photographs, swim, bird watch, go on free tours led by the Park Rangers, picnic, and much more. You can also do a self-guided Freedom Trail tour, or check out one of the popularcity bike tours. 

6 | Watch the Red Sox

Winning or losing, the Boston Red Sox put on the best show in town.  If you’re visiting Boston and love baseball, attending a home game at Fenway is a “must do.”  No matter which team you root for, being in Fenway Park on a balmy evening is one of the best things to do in Boston in July.  

7 | Go to a Summer Concert
Concert Schedules & Tickets
Steely Dan & Steve Winwood – Xfinity Center – July 25 Seconds of Summer – Leader Bank Pavilion – July 9Barenaked Ladies, Gin Blossoms, Toad The Wet Sprocket – Leader Bank Pavilion – July 10Chicago the Band, Brian Wilson, Al Jardine, & Blondie Chaplin – Xfinity Center – July 10Roger Waters – TD Garden – July 12Phish – Xfinity Center – July 14, 15, 2-day passZac Brown Band – Fenway Park – July 15New Kids on the Block, Salt N Pepa, Rick Astley & En Vogue – TD Garden – July 15, 16OneRepublic & Needtobreathe – Xfinity Center – July 19Backstreet Boys – Xfinity Center – July 20The Weeknd – Gillette Stadium – July 21Keith Urban – Xfinity Center – July 22Jackson Brown – Leader Bank Pavilion – July 24Elton John – Gillette Stadium – July 28The Black Keys, Band of Horses & Ceramic Animal – Xfinity Center – July 29  

News Notes
 
Weather
60º | Rain | 60% chance of precipitation
 
Travel
MBTA shuttle buses will replace Orange Line trains between Oak Grove and Wellington stations from Fri., July 29-Sun., Aug. 28for construction work at the Wellington Yard and Maintenance Facility. (Boston.com)
 
Civic
Yesterday, Mayor Wu announced the City of Boston Childcare Stabilization Grant, providing all family-based child care providers a one-time flexible spending grant of $3,260. This funding will provide additional support to early childcare educators and providers as they continue torecover from the economic impacts of the pandemic.  
 
Biz
A newly formed council is working to support local businesses owned by Asian Americans. The Asian Business Empowerment Council aims to become a standalone nonprofit within five years andcollaborate with BIPOC communities. (Boston Globe)
 
Development
The City of Boston is reviewing a new development proposal for 1234 and 1240 Soldier’s Field Road in Brighton, currently home to the Studio Allston Hotel and a Skating Club of Boston ice rink. The project includes 535 rental units, 255 hotel rooms, and ~14,500 sqft of retail space. (Boston.com)

 

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