North, Fleet and Lewis Sts, Boston's North End, Boston, MA 02113
Description: Founded in 1911, the Fisherman's Feast is a religious festival introduced to Boston by Italian immigrants. The festival begins with a religious ceremony in which the Madonna statue is carried from the Fisherman's Club to the feast chapel. The rest of the festival revolves around music, food and drink. Vendors sell yummy treats like Italian sausages, pizzas, pasta and calamari, and DJs, live music and fun contests provide entertainment from the stage. At the end of the festival, the Madonna is lifted back to an upper window of the Fisherman's Club is a final ceremony. Lovers of food and wine and those who enjoy mingling with the locals will appreciate this long-standing feast.
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