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By Scott Roberto / June 4, 12:00 AM
Pride on the March
Photo: Marilyn Humphries


Everybody loves a parade. Pile parties, live music, a festival and more on top of that and you really have a celebration. In fact, you have Boston Pride Week, which continues, driven by 2018’s theme of “Rainbow Resistance,” through June 10 at venues all over the city. Enjoy Pride Night @ Fenway Park on June 7, while marquee events on June 9 include the Boston Pride Festival at City Hall Plaza from 11 a.m.–6 p.m.—which includes a concert headlined by Martha Wash and Big Freedia from noon–6 p.m.—and the 48th Boston Pride Parade (pictured) beginning at noon, which marches from Copley Square into the South End and on to City Hall Plaza. The next day, the revelry ramps up even more with block parties in the Back Bay and Jamaica Plain, followed by the brand-new Pride Grand Finale at (where else?) The Grand nightclub (58 Seaport Blvd., Suite 300) in the Seaport District beginning at 9 p.m. 

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