Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Boston Festivals on a Rental Bus

Boston is a city of all cultures: African-American, Asian, Irish, Italian and everything in between. The dining is as diverse as the population, museums abound, the historic waterfront and Charles River invite scenic strolls, and famous locations like the “Top of the Pru” and Faneuil Hall welcome visitors and residents alike. In keeping with its rich history and diversity, Boston is home to weekend fairs and festivals to suit every interest.

Boston Early Musical Festival is a two-day event for rental bus visitors who love classical music and arts The festival features an opera, a number of classical music concerts, a museum exhibition of instruments and published works, and a shopping mall of classical CDs. The festival is also affiliated with a number of other musical events, called Fringe Concerts, which are performed throughout the week before the main event Boston Christmas Festival starts on the first Friday in November and has been running for over 25 years, attracting rental bus visitors from around the country. The festival, which takes place at the Seaport World Trade Center, is a celebration of the holiday season with gingerbread house competitions and a holiday shopping fair featuring unique artisan-made gifts and decorations.

The Boston Film Festival runs over four days and exhibits new films for Boston rental bus visitors in many categories: short film, animated film, documentary and feature film. Always a star-studded event, activities take place at a number of venues specified on the schedule page of the festival’s website.

Boston Pride celebrates alternative lifestyles over two weekends in June with a lot going on in between. The first weekend features Pride Day at Faneuil Hall and the AIDS Walk where rental bus visitors are invited to participate, while weekend two festivities include the downtown Pride Parade and Pride Festival, as well as block parties throughout the city and the final closing celebration.

Every September, Columbus Avenue in Boston explodes with everything jazz. The Berklee College of Music’s homage to this musical art is the Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival, which includes 10 stages with 20 bands and more than 100 musicians. The concerts require rental bus visitors to purchase tickets, but the outdoor festival of food, arts and crafts, and music-related products and services is free, and typically attracts about 80,000 attendees, including rental bus visitors.
Boston has a festival for everyone, and a great way of visiting Boston is with a rental bus from Boston Bus Rentals. You can be assured of friendly and efficient service, and a stylish and comfortable rental bus when you use the services of Boston Bus Rentals.