Join 50,000 art lovers at the annual Boston Arts Festival at Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park. Designed to showcase the visual and performing arts in Boston, this free festival, held the second week of September, features more than 70 juried local visual artists, craftspeople, and musicians performing on the Waterfront Stage over two days.
Local Art, Music, and Boston's Creative Energy
Experience the Boston Arts Festival and support the city's local artists and musicians. Shop for original local art and meet the artists and craftspeople at Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park on the banks of Boston Harbor. See a variety of art and high-end craft work, including painting, ceramics, sculpture, wood work, photography, and jewelry. The festival also presents live music from local bands and performers across a range of genres including rock, pop, indie, folk and jazz.
Getting to the Boston Arts Festival
The Boston Arts Festival takes place September 10-11, 2022, from 11am – 6:00 pm. Christopher Columbus Park is located on Boston's waterfront between Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Boston's historic North End. The park and festival are easily accessible by public transportation on the Blue, Green, and Orange lines.
The Art of Hospitality at Revere Hotel Boston Common
Embrace the creative spirit of New England at the Revere Hotel Boston Common. Located in the trendy Back Bay Neighborhood, our eclectic boutique hotel offers luxury rooms and suites
with original art and sweeping views of cityscape. Pop up to Rooftop@Revere, Boston's largest rooftop bar, for seasonal cocktails and New England inspired bites. Chill in a cabana and look out over the Back Bay from our rooftop scene above downtown Boston.
Our quintessentially Boston hotel is located 1.5 miles from Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park and 1 mile from the Beacon Hill Arts Walk. We are within steps of Boston Common, the South End, Boston Theater District, and the city's most exciting attractions, art galleries, and events. Make planning your Boston Art Festival weekend easy with our Revere Hotel specials and packages
Did you know? The Revere Hotel Boston Common has a large, dramatic sculpture of Paul Revere and his horse in the lobby. The giant art installation is made from recycled materials and tools that pay homage to Paul Revere's profession as a local silversmith.