RI PrideFest: Providence is loud, proud – and true. This all-day bash celebrates LGBTQ communities with the theme “Live Your Truth.” Enjoy live music, food, vendors, and the spectacular Illuminated Night Parade.
Fourth of July Riverboat Tour: If you want the best seat for the fireworks show over India Point Park, you’ll definitely want to reserve a spot on the Providence River Boat Company’s Fourth of July Tour.
Cape Verdean Independence Day Festival: This annual festival commemorates the island’s independence from Portugal and also showcases traditional food, art, and music from noon until sundown India Point Park.
AS220 Estival Festival: AS220 is taking a break from staging its annual, Foo Fest and instead will bring 20 of its best Foo Fest bands to its Main Stage and Black Box Theater for a sonic fundraiser.
FringePVD: Appropriately the 2019 FringePVD festival – a celebration of edgy performance art and local culture – will be held on the fringes of downtown Providence. Most performances are to be held in Olneyville.
Flickers International Film Festival: This week-long festival draws film submissions from around the world, any of which could qualify for an Academy Award.
Summer Pops: There is no holier ground than the Temple of Music at the Roger Williams Park, as this is where the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra will perform a free concert.
NecronomiCon: Providence, aka “the birthplace of weird” and also of macabre author H.P. Lovecraft, will host a conference devoted to Lovecraftian fiction.
Brew at the Zoo: The state’s largest outdoor beer festival takes place the Roger Williams Park Zoo, sort of like a sudsy safari. Sample 170 beers from 80-plus local and national brewers.
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