Presidente el Portugal Coming to Boston Plaza

Boston like many metropolitan cities is defined by their diverse and individual neighborhoods and regions. This hub is a melting pot of cultures and neighborhoods. Summertime means a variety of Festivals celebrating the diverse foods, music and traditions of the neighborhoods and people of Boston.
From the early migrants to the recent transplants, Boston’s neighborhoods have Festivals
galore. Boston’s City Hall plaza is adjacent to historic Faneuil Hall and shopping at Quincy Market and Downtown Crossing.

Boston PlazaThe Plaza is also walking distance to Boston’s North End and
Beacon Hill neighborhoods, Boston Common and Public Garden, as well as Boston Garden.
This weekend Boston Plaza is host to Boston’s Portuguese Festival. Portugal’s President,
Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, Prime-Minister António Costa, and Vasco Cordeiro are among the expected dignitaries for the Boston Portuguese Festival (BPF) a special Portuguese-American celebration in honor of the Day of Portugal, of Camões and of the Portuguese Communities on Sunday, June 10, 2018, from 3:00 to 8:00 pm at Boston’s City Hall Plaza.
The Festival in downtown Boston, activities include a visit of the Portuguese Navy’s NRG
Sagres, a Lusitano horse demonstration, cultural entertainment, children’s activities, Portuguese cuisine, wine tastings, food vendors, and traditional folk dancing. The Program also includes special musical performances by Portuguese-American singer Jorge Ferreira, by Franco-Portuguese singer Chris Ribeiro, and many local artists.

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