31 July Events In Boston

OK, you guys so the year is half over. WHAT? July is an amazing time to be in Boston so grab your calendars and enjoy this roundup of 31 July events in Boston -- one event for every day of the month!

July 1: Boston Harborfest 2019 is the country's largest Fourth of July festival and includes hundreds of activities over a 7-day period at Boston’s best landmarks (Boston)

July 2: Take in the Parade of Light & Fireworks, when festively-lit boats of all shapes and sizes brighten the Inner Harbor under a fireworks display (Boston)

July 3: Check out work by local visual and performing artists and enjoy interactive art-making activities for kids like postcard making and billboard painting (Boston)

July 4: Queen Latifah headlines and Arlo Guthrie appears at one of Boston’s most iconic events, the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular (Boston)

July 5: Boston Harborfest 2019 is the country's largest Fourth of July festival and includes hundreds of activities over a 7-day period at Boston’s best landmarks (Boston)

July 6: Join the Lawn on D Summer Block Party (Boston)

July 7: Explore Big Bounce Boston, a huge inflatable theme park with giant slides, inflatable trucks and boats, climbing frames, a DJ, and more (Boston)

July 8: Summer Farm Babies offers up farm-themed stories, movement, and songs, plus a chance for parents and kids to connect and play (Newton)

July 9: Learn about worm composting, make a mini greenhouse from recycled materials, and plant it with seeds to take home and watch grow on a window sill (Chestnut Hill)

July 10: Attend the Boston Landmarks Orchestra “Season Tune Up” Party for musical games and family fun (Boston)

July 11: Watch How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World on a big screen under the stars (Waltham)

July 12: View the night sky at Astronomy After Hours (Boston)

July 13: Swing by ArtBeat, one of the area’s largest and most innovative arts festivals, with over a dozen bands, dance troupes, 75 craft vendors, food, and all-age activities (Somerville)

July 14: Savor free ice cream with a Superhero Sundae, then enjoy fun games and crafts (Medford)

July 15: Kids Day at the South Boston Farmers Market features free face painting, balloon animals, crafts, live music, local nonprofits, and more (Boston)

July 16: The Bright Siders present music that helps kids and families have meaningful conversations about emotions (Newburyport)

July 17: Take a kids’ soy candle making workshop (Medford)

July 18: Head to The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical (Boston)

July 19: Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing with special hands-on activities, thought-provoking live presentations, and more (Boston)

July 20: Festival Betances is New England’s longest running Latino cultural celebration (Boston)

July 21: The Cultural Survival Bazaar features art, crafts, and other ethically made cultural products created by Native artists from around the world (Newburyport)

July 22: Explore the water cycle through storytime, map-making, and a journey through a waterworks jungle gym during Preschoolers at the Waterworks (Boston)

July 23: Food Truck Tuesday delivers tasty eats, live music, and fun activities and games (Hanover)

July 24: Medford’s Free Parks Program staffs local parks all day on weekdays in July and August, offering games, activities, arts and crafts, and more on a drop-in basis (Medford)

July 25:  Circus Smirkus comes to town (Waltham)

July 26: The Lowell Folk Festival celebrates traditional folk music, artisan crafts, and ethnic foods (Lowell)

July 27: The Puerto Rican Festival and Parade celebrates its 52nd year (Boston)

July 28: Watch professional sculptors create amazing works of sand art at the annual Revere Beach International Sand Sculpting Festival (Revere)

July 29: Try some fishing in the city (Boston)

July 30: Attend a Star Wars Story Time with Princess Leia (Middleton)

July 31: Matt Heaton performs his mix of rockabilly, surf, American roots, and Irish traditional music (Brookline)