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If there is any city that you count on for over-the-top 4th of July celebrations, then that is Boston. The city shares a rich history with the countries origins and is the center of all the patriotic events that took place in the country. It is home to monumental locations that were instrumental in the birth of the nation.

Thus, it only makes sense for the city of Boston to celebrate Independence Day most extravagantly and passionately. Apart from Independence Day celebrations, you can expect the eventfulness to continue throughout the month of July. The joy and enthusiasm of July is not only at display on the Independence Day, but instead, Boston celebrates it throughout the month of July.

Even though the celebrations of this year may not be as rousing due to the pandemic, the events lined up make for a promising time. This year, the pandemic has caused the organizers to break the tradition just a smidge. The Boston pops annual concert will now take place in Tanglewood, and not at the Hatch Shell.

For a Red Sox or baseball fan, there is no better place to be in July, than Fenway because the Red Sox games will also take place this time around. Pair all these activities with the pleasant and sunny weather of July, and it surely makes for a memorable celebration of the summer.

Boston Pops Concert

Expect the concert to be slightly different from usual because of the pandemic. You will have to follow proper protocols that include wearing facemasks. However, it will still highlight and include special personalities such as Mavis Staples, and Jon Batiste the musician. The concert will also host the members of the US air force Bands Singing sergeants.

The Boston Pops is an Orchestra began in 1885. Where once it was solely an Orchestra performance, it now hosts a series of concerts and performances. Musicians of all genres take part in the Boston pops concert and rejuvenate the listeners every summer so they can move to their rhythm and let lose in the midst of the Boston holiday season.


The concert begins at 8 pm on 4 July. It is also interesting to know that this concert will broadcast on television and online. You can also expect the fireworks to start at around 10:30 pm. observing the concert and fireworks show from afar is free of cost, however, if you are to enter the concert premises, then you will have to purchase a ticket. The capacity for the concert grounds is about 9000.

Directed by Keith Lockhart, this July, the Boston pops music and event conductors have put their hearts and souls into making the performances memorable. The concerts that will follow the grand opening will have the same energy and appeal. To many, the Boston Pops is one of America’s most iconic music festivals.

On July 9th, the Knights will grace the stage in exuberant fashion, and fill the air with melodious sounds of classical music. Eric Jacobsen will conduct the wonderful lot of professional musicians that includes Aaron Diehl, who is an excellent pianist. The gates for this events open at 6pm. Following this concert is a list of amazing musicians that you can catch at any day of the month

Embrace the Classical Tunes in the Month of July!

Classical music seems to be taking the wrong turns into irrelevance. It is losing the audience that it truly deserves. Hence, reinforcements and initiatives of classical music like the Boston Pops are emphatically important.

This concert helps spread classical music to new audiences, and reinvigorates the meaningful tunes that the classics encompass. It also allows people the chance to appreciate classical musicians and remarkable skill. Boston pops is an event that opens its door to classical music and invites visitors to indulge in the flurry of emotions that this genre creates.

Each piece of classical music is powerful and impactful and there is no better way to witness its supremacy, than to visit Boston Pops this July.