Summer is winding down, the air is getting cooler, and the kids are back at school, but the schedule of events is heating up in September in Cambridge and Boston.
Whether you’re participating in this Sunday’s Cambridge Carnival, going to the Adele concert, rooting for the Red Sox, or solving global problems at Boston and Cambridge’s HubWeek, call 617-577-1300 or visit our website for room availability and the best rates. We‘d love to host your stay in Cambridge.
There’s so much to do in September. And this is just a partial list. Ask our front desk staff about the many concerts and entertainment options in Cambridge and Boston during your stay.
September 11, noon – 7:00 p.m., Cambridge Carnival at Kendall Square.
The 24th Cambridge Carnival, Cambridge’s largest festival, is right here in Kendall Square and along Main Street. With three entertainment zones, a rich sampling of ethnic foods, a KidsFest, and the grand costume parade, the Cambridge Carnival celebrates Cambridge’s diversity. It is a sight to be seen!
September 12 – 18 and September 30, Red Sox games, Fenway Park
The Red Sox have a home stand from September 12 – 18 and they’ll be back in Boston on September 30.
Here’s the schedule and ticket information.
September 14 and 15, Adele at TD Garden
We hope you have tickets because Adele sold out in minutes.
September 18, 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m., Revels RiverSing, Harvard Square’s Winthrop River Park and along the Charles River
The 13th annual family-friendly Autumnal Equinox spectacle celebrates the season and the splendor of the Charles River and its parklands. RiverSing features over 100 performers, but the real stars of RiverSing are the participants. Lyrics will be printed in the program and will be available on the website. Get ready to sing and usher in the crisp autumn air.
September 25 – October 1, HubWeek, Boston and Cambridge
HubWeek 2016, a festival for the future, explores and celebrates the future being built in Boston. Events span countless topics, from medicine and science to entrepreneurship and the arts. Register for HubWeek events and learn more about the Hub Presents Concierge Pass at:
September 27 – 28, Solve MIT’s contribution to HubWeek, MIT Media Lab (E14), 75 Amherst Street, Cambridge
For the second year, MIT is hosting Solve, a live meeting series that cultivates a community to discover, evaluate, and advance technological solutions to global problems. Solve has three pillars – fuel, make, and learn – and this year includes a talk on Expanding Opportunities in the Digital Age. For the first time, Solve will provide the backdrop for the MIT IIT (Inclusive Innovation Competition) awards ceremony that will identify and celebrate organizations that are inventing a more inclusive, productive, and sustainable future for all of us, awarding $1 million in prize money.
Check out the agenda and register for sessions here.