At Marlborough Street (between Berkeley and Clarendon)
All tickets will be mailed or available for pickup at the Center starting June 17.
This event is rain-or-shine. Tickets are non-refundable; strollers and backpacks are strictly prohibited.
One of the biggest highlights of Bastille Day in Boston is our live music concert. This year, we are thrilled to welcome:
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Bon Bon Vivant is an Indie-Gypsy/New Orleans band playing original bawdy gypsy swing, dark ballads and uptempo indie rock/dance music. Front-woman Abigail Cosio's songwriting is as fierce as it is heartbreaking, often compared to Amy Winehouse, Melody Gardot and Florence and the Machine. BBV pays homage to the New Orleans music tradition while infusing an indie/punk edge, attracting both swing dancers and indie-rock concert goers alike. Bon Bon Vivant can now be seen playing regularly at clubs all over New Orleans, and were featured at the French Quarter Festival, New Orleans Film Fest and the Creole Tomato Fest this year. BBV currently tours from Louisiana to the West Coast, playing storied venues like Clifton's and the Hotel Cafe (Los Angeles), as well as the Gatsby and The Rattle Inn during the Pecan Street Festival (Austin).
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Food & Drink
Some of Boston’s most popular restaurants and vendors for French and French-inspired food will be at our street festival! From crêpes and waffles to delicious treats and tasty croque monsieurs, there is something for everyone. (Beer and wine will also be available for sale.)
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617.912.0400 ext. 428
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