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Fall Festivals to Visit Near Boston in September

admin on September 13, 2016 - 9:00 am in Around Town
Now that fall is here, it means that festival season is in full swing in Boston and the surrounding area. There are several in the month of September alone and they celebrate a variety of different topics, such as film, music, and even food. Here’s an overview of some of the best:

WGBH Food & Wine Festival

This year’s Taste of WGBH Food & Wine Festival takes place from September 15th to September 18th and features a variety of well-known chefs and food and wine experts. There are many ticket options available, including some package deals and an all-access pass. With both demonstrations and signings to enjoy, not to mention the Food Fight, you’ll want to see all you can.

New England Blues Festival

Experience “A Little Bit of Soul and A Whole Lot of Blues” at the New England Blues Festival on September 17th in the city of Middleboro. This family-friendly event offers blues music and a variety of vendors, all while honoring and supporting veterans and veteran services. Your general admission ticket covers band music and the annual car cruise.

Boston Film Festival

The 32nd Boston Film Festival’s fall schedule includes two local features and five worldwide premieres this year. Running from the 22nd through the 25th, this festival takes advantage of several screening venues throughout the city. Is your favorite film a drama? Thriller? Comedy? There are more than enough options for everyone’s tastes. Consider buying a VIP Pass to make sure you don’t miss anything!

Phantom Gourmet Food Festival

Finish off your round of fall festivals with Phantom Gourmet’s Food Festival, a foodie extravaganza next to Fenway Park on September 24th. This indoor and outdoor event lets you sample 100 of Phantom’s favorite foods. Be ready to enjoy your classic favorites from hot sandwiches to pizza and take the opportunity to give your taste buds a brand new treat with Angry Chicken and Yada Yada Cookies. Act now to get your tickets because some of the events may be limited. If you’re looking for something different to do near the city of Boston, try one of these fall festivals!

Taste of Downtown Crossing

Learn the culinary ways of top downtown Boston chefs at the first-ever Taste of Downtown Crossing on Sunday, September 25th. The event will feature more than 20 restaurants and attendees can view chef demonstrations and sample fare from all of the restaurants. This destination event will showcase the diverse food, culture, and entertainment of Downtown Boston.

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