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Federal Hill Summer Festival @ Federal Hill
Jun 22 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 pm

The Federal Hill Commerce Association is pleased to announce the Federal Hill Summer Festival will take place on historic Federal Hill from Friday, June 22 through Sunday, June 24. The Summer Festival will showcase the best of Federal Hill’s restaurants, shops and more. Additionally, dozens of food and retail vendors, games and amusement rides will line Atwells Avenue.

The festival runs from
5pm – 11pm on Friday,
10am -11pm on Saturday
10 am – 11 pm Sunday.

The entertainment lineup features three entertainment stages offering various performances. On Sunday June 25th parishioners from the Catholic diocese will honor Saint Joseph with a procession at 12pm after an Italian Mass at 11am at Holy Ghost Church. Atwells Avenue for the entire festival will be closed from Dean to Sutton Streets.

Stage One- DePasquale Plaza
Friday Night – June 22: Domenic De Pasquale  6pm – 10pm
Saturday – June 23: DJ RJ 1pm – 5pm: Ron Sands & Lady D, 6pm – 10pm
Sunday – June 24: Ambrosiani 1pm – 5pm: Steve Anthony 6pm – 10pm
Stage 2 – Bank of America
Friday – June 22: Roger Ceresi 7pm- 11pm
Saturday – June 23: Al – DJ 1pm – 5pm: Roger Black – Elvis 6pm – 10pm
Sunday – June 24: Downstairs Band 1pm – 5pm: Vinny Lato 6pm – 10pm
Stage 3 – St. John’s Park (Atwells & Sutton Streets)
Friday – June 22: Eddie the Fixer – DJ 6pm -10pm
Saturday – June 23: Eddie the Fixer – DJ 1pm – 5pm: Legacy Band 6pm – 10pm
Sunday – June 24: Timeless 1pm – 4pm:  Tribeca 6pm -10pm

Summerfest! @ World War II Veterans Memorial Park
Jun 22 @ 2:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Kick off summer in style by attending the first ever Summerfest! Fanelli Amusements will be bringing 15 fantastic rides plus games, activities and food to World War II Veterans Memorial Park, off Social Street, Woonsocket.
“This is the ideal time for families to come down to the park to enjoy the summer weather and spend quality time together. It will be exciting to see the entire park being utilized and bring some fun for so many of our residents and visitors to our city.”

The hours of operation for Summerfest are as follows:
-Thursday June 21: 2:00 PM – 10:00 PM
-Friday June 22: 2:00 PM – 10:00 PM
-Saturday June 23: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
-Sunday June 24: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

MetLife Family Friday – Free at Five! @ The Providence Children's Museum
Jun 22 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Museum is open free from 5:00 – 8:00 PM for “MetLife Family Friday – Free at Five!,” sponsored by MetLife Foundation. Stay out late and splash, play, explore and discover!

Food Truck Fridays at Carousel Village @ Roger Williams Carousel Village
Jun 22 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Come experience the fun and entertainment of the Roger Williams Park Carousel Village and enjoy some of the best local food trucks around! Ride the Carousel, explore Habro’s Boundless Playground, hop aboard the Carousel Express train, enjoy a camel ride (weather permitting), listen to live entertainment and more. Invite your family and friends and leave the cooking to us.
Please note: Picnic and high top tables are available on a limited basis so bring a chair or blanket, and sit on the lawn. Food Trucks accept cash, credit, and debit. VIP Experience available for $85 includes reserved seating for up to eight people (outdoors or indoors), and eight Carousel rides and beverage vouchers. Custom group nights available, contact Judy at for more information.

Second Annual Crave RI Food Festival @ The Dunkin Donuts Center
Jun 22 @ 5:30 pm – 10:00 pm

The CVS Health Charity Classic Event Series, celebrating its 20th year, will kick-off with the second annual Crave RI food festival on Thursday, June 21 and Friday, June 22 from 5:30pm – 10:00pm at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in the heart of Downtown Providence.   The event welcomes attendees of all ages to enjoy delicious bites from over 100 local restaurants and feature live demonstrations from local chefs, including Red Fin Crudo + Kitchen’s Jennifer Behm-Lazzarini. Ticket sales from Crave RI and other Charity Classic events will go to support charitable organizations around Southern New England.  “We are excited to host the Crave RI food festival that will allow families to experience all that our acclaimed local restaurants and chefs have to offer,” said Mayor Jorge O. Elorza in a prepared statement.  Participants will include The Salted Slate, Narragansett Beer and Matunuck Oyster Bar, and it will welcome new participants including Tallulah’s Taqueria and Waffle.

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