That nip in the air means that fall has officially arrived. Here is a list of what to do this weekend! Just because Hurricane Joaquin is coming in, doesn’t mean you still can’t have fun in Boston this weekend.
Friday, October 2nd
2015 Harpoon Oktoberfest
On October 2nd & 3rd Harpoon Brewery will celebrate Oktoberfest with beer, bratwursts, chicken dancing, and more. Located at 306 Northern Ave in Boston. Purchase your $20 ticket HERE
The Dark Side of Boston Walking Tour
Explore the darker side of Boston on this spooky walk based on true historical events that occurred in Boston. You will hear many stories not often shared with tourist while walking among the streets of the North End. The tour starts at 6:00 pm at the corner of Hanover and Cross Street in front of the Tony DeMarco boxer statue. Tickets are $13, purchase them HERE
Saturday October 3rd
Nick’s Comedy Stop
As one of the top clubs in the country, Nick’s draws national headliners while providing a space for up-and-coming talent, as well as the leading local stand-up comics in Boston. Nick’s is located in Boston’s theater district at 100 Warrenton Street. Click the link for $10 tickets!
The 4th annual Let’s Talk About Food Festival
This festival returns to Copley Square in Boston on Saturday, October 3rd, 2015. This event will bring together celebrity chefs, farmers and fishermen, nutritionists, non-profits, public officials, parents and food experts to tackle topics of food in a fun and meaningful way. There will also be cooking demos with educational and meaningful actives. The festival stars at 10:00 am and goes until 5:00 pm. Click HERE for the event website.
Sunday October 4th
Jazz Brunch at the Merchant
Join them from 11am to 3pm for performances by local musicians located at 60 Franklin street in Downtown Boston. Event website HERE