Cancelled for 2020
Awaiting Dates for 2021
The Back Bay Block party, part of the Boston Gay Pride celebrations, is one of the biggest gay block parties in the USA, taking place at the end of the Pride week celebrations each year.
As part of Pride Month, Boston Pride will host the Back Bay Block Party from 1:00 PM to 8:00 PM open to all ages.
The day will be packed with high energy entertainment by headliner , TBD, and local favorite, TBD DJ. The Back Bay Block Party draws thousands of New Englanders and visitors eager to dance and party to the sounds of local, national, and international queer DJ’s.
Seven full bars and a pop-up Budweiser station offer a thirst quenching variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic options (21+ to drink).
A portion of every entry is donated to the Boston Pride Community Fund.
Here are the Hotels we recommend that keep you close to all the action,
Boston is Massachusetts’ capital and largest city. Founded in 1630, it’s one of the oldest cities in the U.S. there are a lot of amazing hotels in Boston close to the gay bars, take a look at booking.com our hotel partner .
A great location to enjoy many nearby restaurants, theaters and night life. Walk to Swan boats, Copley, Newbury St, Boston Public Garden. Public transportation to all of Boston and suburbs close by
A little gem in one of the most wonderful neighborhoods in Boston called Bay Village. Tree lined streets with brick sidewalks. You are within a short walk from some of the best bars & restaurants in town
newly renovated with new furniture and new appliances, decorated with a modern feel. Walking distance from Chinatown, Theater District, shopping centers, Restaurants, Bars and multiple subway stations
Modern apartment in the heart of Boston. 1 bedroom with 1 queen bed, 1 sofa bed, 1 full bathroom, Full kitchen, Free wifi, Cable TV. Walking distance from Chinatown, Theater District, shopping centers.
5 star luxury accommodation options. The earlier you book, the better your rate. the hotels we recommend are within easy walking distance of the gay bars
This historic, 5-star hotel inwas originally the Federal Reserve Bank. It overlooks Norman B. Leventhal Park and features gourmet dining, a luxury spa and elegant rooms.
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