Top Boston Events for September 2022 include open art studios, outdoor markets, and Harbor cruises.  Whale watching cruises and trips on the fast ferry to Provincetown are especially popular this month.  Beer gardens on the Esplanade, Greenway, and other spots in Boston and nearby Cambridge will be in full swing.  Best of all, the city buzzes with energy as college and university students return.

  • September holiday:  Labor Day, Monday, September 5

Labor Day Weekend fireworks and other events plus the final days of Boston Harbor Hotel's Blues Barge Jazz Concerts and Summer in the City movies on the waterfront get September off to an exciting start.

New England Patriots fans rejoice as the team kicks off the first regular season game at Gillette Stadium.  Red Sox fans will be watching the end of the shortest MLB season ever. 

Toward the end of the month, you may even begin to start seeing glimpses of fall foliage color.

Top photo: Mellow September afternoon in Boston's historic Beacon Hill neighborhood

Labor Day Boston Events 2022

Boston Labor Day Events -Fireworks over Boston Harbor

Labor Day takes place on Monday, September 5 - but Labor Day Weekend kicks off on Thursday, September 1 with a spectacular fireworks show launched at 8pm from a barge in Boston Harbor between the North Shore and Seaport.

Where's the best place to watch Boston's Labor Day fireworks?  Book a fireworks cruise boat on the Harbor:

Wondering what else to do in Boston on Labor Day Weekend? 

Many Boston locals jump on the fast ferry to Provincetown for the weekend, make a day trip to the Vineyard, or head to the mountains - so if you're planning a Labor Day, you'll find it easier than usual to make reservations in local restaurants for outdoor tables, cruise around Boston Harbor, go shopping for Labor Day sales - and even find some Boston hotel bargains.

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Lawn on D - 2022

Lawn on D summer events
Lawn on D on a sunny afternoon

Lawn on D, a playground for adults (kids are welcome too but this is mostly an adult venue) located behind the Convention Center in the South Boston Waterfront, is where you'll find fun swings with LED lights and comfy seating, bocce and other games, and art installations throughout the summer, along with casual food and wine, beer, cocktails, and non-alcoholic beverages. 

Open daily from 7am-11pm from May to October, except when closed for private events (always check their website before going).  Food, drinks, and lawn games available Thursday 3-10:30pm, Friday & Saturday 12 noon-11pm, Sunday 12 noon-10:30pm, with live entertainment by local bands on the weekends.  Swings are open whenever Lawn on D is open.

Rules, in case you're wondering: No dogs, no outside alcohol, no outside food during concession hours.

Another option in this area is to sample one of the many restaurants in the Seaport and Fort Point areas of the South Boston Waterfront.  For Boston Harbor views while you dine, visit a Seaport restaurant.  To try the creative cuisine of some of Boston's most innovative chefs, head to a Fort Point restaurant.

Fun Events & Activities on the Rose Kennedy Greenway 2022

Splash fountain on the Greenway
Splash fountain on the Greenway

Rose Kennedy Greenway continue through early fall: 

  • Greenway Food Trucks:   Over 35 trucks offering specialties ranging from Korean to Summer Shack's seafood to fresh seafood in Dewey Square, the Carousel, Rings Fountain (Milk Street), State Street, Rowes Wharf Plaza, and Trillium Beer Garden.  You'll find them at several locations each day, usually with a total of 5-7 trucks per day.
  • Farmers Market in Dewey Square run by Boston Public Market offering fresh produce, meat, cheese, breads and pastries, ice cream, and more.  Open Tuesdays and Thursdays 11am - 4pm
  • Chinatown Farmer's Market in Chin's Park (area of the Greenway by Chinatown).  Look for fresh Chinese vegetables, squash, and fruits; fresh seafood; and staples such as rice, flour, nuts, honey, noodles, beans.  Open every other Saturday (September 10 & 17), 10am - 2pm
  • Trillium Beer Garden in the Wharf District Parks (High Street and Atlantic Ave) featuring draft beers by Trillium Brewing Company and a rotating selection of onsite food trucks.  Open Thursday and Friday 2-10pm, Sat 12 noon-10pm, Sunday 12 noon-6pm.
  • City Winery Open Air Wine Garden on Dewey Square across from South Station, serving their locally-crafted wine on tap plus with craft beer and cider by Harpoon Brewery along with a menu of fresh wraps, cheese boards, and snacks.  Open Wed and Thurs 4-9pm, Friday 4-10pm, Sat. 1-9pm, Sunday 11am-7pm.
  • Public Art - See new installations by Rob "ProBlak" Gibbs, Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong, Juan Travieso, and Yu-Wen Wu.
  • Fountains - You'll find them in 7 different locations along the Greenway - so get ready to splash, wade, and cool off! 
  • Carousel - Open daily, 11am-8pm.  Tickets: $4.

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Whale Watching Cruise Tickets

Whale watching cruise
Tail of a humpback whale, seen on a whale watching cruise - Photo credit:

Join one of the exciting 3-hour Whale Watching Cruises departing from the Downtown Boston Waterfront, and experience the thrill of spotting whales off the coast of Boston. 

You'll see magnificent creatures such as Humpback and Finback whales close-up from the deck of your ship, and spot White-Sided Dolphins frolicking in the waters.

These cruises sell out quickly, so don't wait to get your tickets now for this iconic Boston experience!

Boston Theater & Shows for September 2022

Theater productions and shows for September in Boston

Top Shows for September

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Enjoy your Boston performance or show experience to the fullest when you stay in one of the nearby Theatre District hotels, such as the hip and glamorous Revere Hotel:

Revere Boston Hotel, top choice near Boston's Theatre District

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Boston Harbor Cruises -  September 2022

Boston sailing and yacht cruises

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 - Savor a delicious 3-course brunch on this relaxing sightseeing cruise around Boston Harbor
  • Boston Harbor Cruise on Northern Lights - Soak up Boston's unique sites and rich history on this comfortable sightseeing cruise around the Harbor - perfect friends and family experience!  Refreshments are available for purchase at the bar
  • Northern Lights Sunset Cruise - Grab a refreshments from the bar and then relax as you watch the sun set on this sail around the Harbor, just in time to catch the USS Constitution fire its cannons as the sun dips down past the horizon
  • Sunday Evening Jazz Cruise on Northern Lights - End your weekend on the perfect note by grooving to live jazz as you watch the ever-changing sunset colors as the sun sets behind Boston's city skyline

Sails on the Adirondack III

Labor Day Fireworks Cruises on September 1

Boston Concerts & Shows - September 2022

Boston concert schedule - September
Pearl Jam playing at Fenway Park - Photo courtesy of Tom Kielty, DigBoston

Top September Concerts in Boston

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Fall Foliage Boston Harbor Cruise on the Northern Lights - 2022

Fall Foliage Boston Harbor Cruise on the Northern Lights
Fall Foliage Boston Harbor Cruise on the Northern Lights

These scenic sightseeing cruises around Boston Harbor during October and early November show you colorful fall foliage as you cruise aroung the Boston Harbor Islands. 

You'll see Long Island Head Light, Boston Light (America's oldest light house), Fort Warren on Georges Islands, Fort Independence, and the brightly colored foliage on Peadock's Island and Thompson's Island.

Book now, because space is limited and they fill up fast.

September Boston Red Sox Schedule - Home Games at Fenway 2022

Red Sox Schedule May - Red Sox fans walking to Fenway Park
Red Sox fans walking to Fenway Park

Location:  Fenway Park
Nearest T stations:  Green Line B or C/Kenmore; Commuter Rail Worcester Line/Yawkey

Indulge your passion for baseball by going to see the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park!

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Celebrate:   Best sports bars near Fenway Park

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New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium - September 2022

The New England Patriots play only one home game take place at Gillette Stadium during September, and no pre-season home games this month - so don't miss this chance to welcome the Pats back to Giillette for the new season! 

Get your tickets now, and get ready to join in the fun!

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Where: Gillette Stadium
Getting there:
The Patriot Train - plus more ways to get to Gillette from Boston
Where to stay:  Hotels near Gillette Stadium
Tickets: Check for great prices, great seats, and sometimes discounts

North End Feasts and Festivals 2022

North End Feasts and Festivals
St Anthony's Feast in Boston's North End - Photo credit: Todd Van Hoosear

By September, the North End Saint's Feasts and Processions are winding down, with only procession-only events this month - so no feasts (but you can always create your own at one of the nearby North End restaurants):

  • Santa Rosalia di Palermo Procession  - September 11 - Starts at 1pm at North Square
  • Santa Maria di Anzano Procession - Septermber 18 (to be confirmed) - Starts at 1pm at at St Leonard Church at Hanover and Prince Streets

Nearest T station to North End:  Commuter Rail or Orange & Green Lines/North Station
Cost:  Free (although you'll find temptations to spend money on food, drink, and commemorative items)

Finally, one more Saints' procession takes place this month, not in Boston itself but next door in East Cambridge - and this one does include a feast, along with amusement rides, games, fireworks, and live music: 

  • Saints Cosmas & Damian Italian Feast and Procession  - September 9 -11 - Starts at 1pm on Friday with music, a carnival, and food plus fireworks and a short procession later in the evening on Warren and Porter Streets (pedestrian-only for this occasion); Saturday - festivities and food continue throughout the day; Sunday - a Grand Procession starts at 1:30 and winds its way through East Cambridge and East Somerville, with fireworks, confetti, and balloons along the way, ending back at the festival area around 7:30, where entertainment and celebrations continue until 10pm.

Location:  Warren and Porter Streets (near Cambridge Street/Cardinal Medeiros Ave intersection; Lechmere T station is about a 10-minute walk (1/2 mile) away

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Newport Mansion Tour from Boston 2022

Bannister's Wharf in Newport, Rhode Island
Bannister's Wharf in Newport, Rhode Island

On this Newport Mansions Day Trip from Boston, you'll visit charming Newport, Rhode Island where the country's richest families built the spectacular waterfront mansions that they called "cottages" during the Gilded Age. 

You'll visit two of the most magnificent mansions, and will also have time to walk along the scenic coastal Cliff Walk.  You'll see Newport's main attractions during a 1-hour narrated small group driving tour, which includes a visit to the Truro Synagogue.  During free time, you can shop, have lunch along the waterfront, and perhaps visit the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

Pickup and dropoff from selected Boston hotels is included.

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Boston Marathon Registration for April 2023 Race

Boston Marathon - registration information

Registration for next April's Boston Marathon is usually scheduled to begin on the second Monday in September, which would be Monday, September 12 at 10am ET for the race to be held on April 17, 2023.

Registration takes place on a rolling basis over the course of 2 weeks, with runners with times 20 minutes or more below the Marathon qualifying times for their age/gender going first. 

Registration is not guaranteed, even if you meet the qualifying standard for your bracket, as the number of people who want to run always exceeds the race's capacity, which is usually about 31,500 competitors.  You can find more details at

Hotels fill up early for Marathon weekend, and rates increase the longer you wait to make reservations - so check out Boston Marathon hotels now!

Boston Bruins Preseason Games 2022

Bruins playing at TD Garden - Photo courtesy of SandToGlass
Boston Bruins - Photo courtesy of Dan4th Nicholas

Location:  TD Garden
Nearest T stop: North Station
Parking:  Boston garages near North Station / TD Garden

The Boston Bruins launch their 2022-23 season with preseason games at the Garden in September.  Come join the excitement on the ice! 

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Revels RiverSing 

The free annual Revels RiverSing welcomes fall with a family-friendly Autumn Equinox celebrationat their new riverfront location at Herter Park Amphitheater in Allston on Saturday, September 21, 5pm-7:30pm (rain or shine).

Family activities begin at 5pm.  Singing begins at 6pm.

This free theatrical event features over 100 performers of music and song, along with poetry readings, acrobats, circus performers, puppets, and a folk band.  Best of all, you get to join in!

Even though the holiday season still seems far away, don't forget to also put Christmas Revels, a beloved Boston tradition, on your calendar for December.

Location:  1175 Soldiers Field Road, in Boston's Allston neighborhood
Getting there by T:  Take the 70 bus from Central Square or 86 bus from Harvard Square; get off at Western Avenue and Everett Street, walk north one block on Everett Street, cross Soldiers Field Road to Herter Park
Admission: Free
Parking: Free in the large adjacent parking lot

Fun Ways to See Boston in September 

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Art Festival at Revere Beach - 2022

Revere Beach near Boston MA
Revere Beach

Need an excuse to squeeze in one more beach day?  Stop by the Revere Beach Art Festival where local artists and Revere High School students display their work near the Markey Pedestrian Bridge, which connects the Wonderland T station with the beach. 

Watch as artists create masterpieces before your eyes for the festival's live art competition, enjoy live music, and then stop by Kelly's for a fried clam platter.

When:  Saturday, September 17
  Revere Beach
Nearest T station:  Blue Line/Wonderland - the beach is just 2 blocks away
Cost:  Free

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Visit Martha's Vineyard for the Day 2022

Martha's Vineyard - Photo: AdobeStock
Martha's Vineyard - Photo: AdobeStock

Experience another world when you visit Martha's Vineyard, a small island south of Cape Cod with beautiful beaches and scenery, quaint cottages (and huge mansions), and chic clothing boutiques and art galleries.

After pickup from downtown hotels, a comfortable coach ride to Cape Cod, and a short ferry ride to the Vineyard, you'll have the day to explore all the local sights including the iconic lighthouse, cliffs, and whaling captains' homes.  You can also choose an optional 3-hour tour when you book.

Find out more about the trip to Martha's Vineyard & book your trip!

Fall Foliage Tours 2022

Fall foliage later in the fall in Boston
Fall foliage later in the fall in Boston

Leaves may still be green in Boston in September, so if you want to see gorgeous foliage, you need to go outside of the city where you'll start to see lots of spectacular colors by mid-month. 

Luxury 1-day fall foliage tours take you to the best viewing locations in New Hampshire, Maine, and even the Cape (although you'll see more color in the Cape in October).  Sit back and relax while someone else drives and you get to enjoy all the scenery!

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Boston Lights at Franklin Park Zoo 2022

Celestial lights at Franklin Park Zoo's Boston Lights festival
Celestial lights at Franklin Park Zoo's "Boston Lights" festival

Franklin Park Zoo transforms into an evening wonderland as more than 55 brilliant outdoor displays take you through the rainforest, a celestial universe, a bamboo forest with pandas, the ocean, a canopy of Asian lanterns, and much more.  Not to be missed:  a 66-foot rose-lined corridor (planning to propose? this could be the perfect spot) and an even longer octopus tunnel with blinking eyes.

Get your tickets at the gate (if available), or secure your spot and also save a little by booking online in advance on the Zoo's website.

Boston Lights dates/hours:  Through Sept 25, 6pm-10:30pm
Cost:  Online tickets for same-day purchase start at about $26, with children's and family prices available; book further out, and you'll save a little.

Just want to visit the zoo during the day?  You can also book or pre-book tickets online for a regular visit (does NOT include the Boston Lights show).

"Allston Christmas" 2022

Allston Christmas in Boston's Beacon Hill neighborhood
Allston Christmas in Boston's Beacon Hill neighborhood

What exactly is "Allston Christmas"?  When the Boston area's roughly 250,000 college students return to campus in September, a significant number move into apartments, just as others move out at the end of August and dump unwanted furniture including queen-sized beds and massive couches, household items, and clothes on the sidewalks and into the streets, up for grabs. 

Allston along with Brighton, Longwood, Mission Hill, Beacon Hill, Cambridge, and parts of Brookline and Somerville are the most-impacted Boston neighborhoods due to their large number of student residents.  With countless UHauls blocking the streets and gridlocking traffic for a couple of days before and after September 1, you may want to avoid these areas if you're visiting the city during this period - unless you want to try your luck at finding the perfect mirror or nice pair of lamps among the debris.

South End Open Studios

South End Open Studios - Boston Events September

When:  September 18-19, 11am-6pm
Where:  Boston's South End; Open studios are at 46 Waltham Street, 35 Wareham Street, 49 Wareham Street, 59 Wareham Street, 450 Harrison Ave and the Artist Studio Building at BCA, 551 Tremont Street.
Nearest T station: Orange Line/Back Bay
  Free (unless you buy art)

South End Open Studios provide a glimpse into more than 200 studios and galleries of some of the city's top artists - and a chance to buy directly from the creators of the pieces on display. 

What to look for:  Everything from fine arts to hand-built bicycles, from home decor to installation art.  Be sure to check out the in-studio demonstrations involving photography, quilts, and letterpress printing.  

Getting around:  Pick up a free printed guide with maps at the information tables at Boston Center for the Arts (551 Tremont Street) and on the sidewalk in front of 560 Harrison Ave, and plot your route among the galleries (look for the free shuttle if you get tired of walking). 

This is the biggest art event in the South End, with all the major studios and art buildings will be open.  See even more on Sunday at SoWa Open Market. 

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Classics on the Common @ Frog Pond Movie Nights

Frog Pond on Boston Common

Bring a blanket or a lawn chair, and enjoy the warm September Friday evening watching a classic film at Frog Pond on Boston Common. The movie starts at dusk (7pm).

September 21 - Black Panther

Please note:  The film will be cancelled in the case of bad weather.  The Carousel will remain open until the film starts (carousel admission: $3).  Popcorn and other refreshments will be available for purchase at the Pavilion.
Location:  Frog Pond, Boston Common
Cost:  Free
Park:   Boston Common Parking Garage
Dine:  Check out restaurants in nearby Chinatown and the Theatre District

More Fun Ways to See Boston in September 

The Boston Cup - Classic Car Show on Boston Common

Get ready to drool when you see a vintage and a new Bugatti among the 100 exceptional cars on display at The Boston Cup classic car show on Boston Common.  The show takes place on September 29, 9am - 2pm near the Parkman Bandstand.

Tickets are not cheap - $50 and $100, depending on the type of access you want - but the City gets reimbursed about $25,000 per year for this private use of the "People's Park."

Don't want to spring for a ticket?  You can still get a look at the cars as they leave the Common around 2pm.

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You'll enjoy Boston Common to the fullest when you stay nearby - the hip and glamorous W Hotel, for example, is just 1 block away:

W Hotel, top choice near Boston Common

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New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium 2022

New England Revolution vs Seattle Sounders - Photo courtesy of Art Bromage
New England Revolution vs Seattle Sounders - Photo courtesy of Art Bromage

Watch our local soccer team, the New England Revolution, bring men's soccer to a new level at Gillette Stadium.

Only 2 home games are scheduled for September - so don't miss the chance to see the Boston area's professional men's soccer players in action!

Find New England Revolution's Game Schedule & Tickets

Getting there:  Gillette Stadium from Boston
More at Gillette:  See all events at Gillette Stadium

Lantern Festival in Chinatown

Boston Chinatown Lantern Festival

The Chinatown Lantern Festival takes place this year on Saturday, September 5, 10am-6pm in Boston's lively Chinatown.

You'll enjoy a day of festivities, games, and special mooncakes to celebrate the traditional Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival. 

Many of the activities take place in the Chinatown park on the Rose Kennedy Greenway, but you'll find lots going on throughout the neighborhood.

And while you're there, take advantage of the opportunity to enjoy a meal in one of Chinatown's best restaurants.

Boston Fashion Week

Boston Fashion Week
Photo courtesy Boston Fashion Week Facebook - Graciela Rivas Collection Model Club Inc.

Boston Fashion Week breaks new ground this year by being the first public AR - that's Augmented Reality - art installation that's also a city-wide fashion exhibit featuring the work of regional fashion designers, photographers, textile artists, fashion schools, fanshion archives, and more.  To access it, all you have to do in install an app on your smartphone - plus a few designers will also host safe in-person events. 

Local Boston Food Festival on the Greenway 

Local homegrown Boston tomotoes

The free admission Local Food Festival, taking place on Sunday, September 13 from 11am - 5pm on the Rose Kennedy Greenway from the North End to South Station gives you the chance to sample the best fresh food from local farms and fishermen, plus local wines, beers, cider, and mead.  

With lots of music and art by local talent, chefs to prepare the food samples (mostly around $5 or less) from locally sourced food, a seafood throwdown competition, family activities, and exhibits about sustainably grown and produced food, you can have lots of fun enjoying some local flavors at this free festival! 

Boston Latino International Film Festival 

Boston Latino International Film Festival

When:  TBD 
Where:  Tsai Auditorium, at Harvard University in Cambridge (1730 Cambridge Street), and the John O'Bryant African-American Institute at Northeastern University (West Village F, Room 20, Leon St, Boston)
Tickets:  Available through festival website
More information:  Website

Look for 4 exciting days of feature, documentary, and short films focused on issues of importance and interest to the Latino community in the US, Latin America, and Spain, plus receptions and other special events.

Boston Film Festival

Boston Film Festival

Actors, filmmakers, and film enthusiasts look forward to the annual Boston Film Festival for a chance to view the stellar line up and world premiers. 

The line up includes an exciting array of diverse features, documentaries, and shorts from emerging artists to world-famous award winners.  Question and answer sessions, discussions, and evening receptions hosted by top restaurants provide plenty of opportunities to chat with directors and network.

When:  September TBD
Where:  Multiple locations in Downtown Boston
Cost:  To be announced
Closest T station: Green Line/Arlington
More information:  617-523-8388;

Free Drop-In Summer Yoga on Boston Common 2022

Instructors will lead free drop-in vinyasa flow classes focused on releasing stress and expanding energy and welcome participants of all levels.

When:  Every Thursday, 6-7:15 - through September 26
Where:   Near the Carousel at Boston Common
Nearest T station:  Green Line/Park
Cost:  Free
Bring:  Your own mat, blocks, towels, and belt
Boston hotel where you'll find a yoga mat in your room:  Nine Zero (and conveniently, it's just steps away from the Common)

Labor Day Weekend Fireworks - Cruises & Hotels with Views

Boston Labor Day Events -Fireworks over Boston Harbor

Fireworks launched from two barges anchored between the North End and Seaport will light up the sky over Boston Harbor to kick off Labor Day Weekend.

The specatacular show known as "Dueling Barges"  begins at 8:30pm on Thursday, September 1.

Looking for the best place to watch Boston's Labor Day fireworks? 

Get tickets for a fireworks cruise on the Harbor.

More places to view the fireworks:  Columbus Park and Long Wharf in the North End, the South Boston Waterfront (especially around Fan Pier/Seaport), the Downtown Waterfront, and Piers Park in East Boston.  

For hotels with views, consider South Boston waterfront hotels, downtown waterfront hotels, and North End hotels.  Compare prices online if you like, but call the hotel of your choice to book a room with a view.

Where to Stay: Hotels in Boston's North End

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