30 SepHarborArts Festival Rocks Eastie Waterfront

Saturday, September 20, 2014 – Noon to Midnight
at the HarborArts Shipyard Gallery, Boston Harbor Shipyard & Marina
Presented in association with We Are Music, Soul Clap Records, and Strewnshank Productions
East Your Art Out!  HarborArts Festival 2014, the fourth annual anniversary celebration of the HarborArts Shipyard Gallery, made a huge splash in East Boston!  Over 4,000 people flocked to the docks this past Saturday to enjoy a full day of arts, live music, activism, and delicious food & drink in the historic working shipyard. The last Saturday of summer brought us a postcard-perfect afternoon on the waterfront and festgoers of all ages from East Boston and beyond mingled along the pier with vendors and artists.  After sunset, we danced the night away under the stars before sweeping views of the sparkling Boston skyline.
The most successful HarborArts Festival to date would not have been possible without the generous support of the Boston Harbor Shipyard & Marina, and the contributions of our sponsors and friends:
Soul Clap Records, We Are Music, Strewnshank Productions, Narragansett Brewing Co, Lagunitas Brewing Co, Angry Orchard Cider, Yelp, Uber, Save the Harbor/Save the Bay, East Boston Main Streets, East Boston Chamber of Commerce, Future Boston Alliance, Spot & Beam Lighting, KC Arts Brokerage, East Boston Savings Bank, Zipcar, CopyAndPrint.com, Rhythm Superfoods, Grain Woodshop, Save That Stuff, The Boston Harbor Association, ZUMIX, Greenovate Boston, COOP Power, Harvard Extension Environmental Club, and others.
BIG UPS to the musicians who delighted us with their amazing talents:
Soul Clap, Tigerman WOAH!, DJ Bruno, Max Pela & CRUZZ (UNITY), Randy Deshaies, BOSQ, Cloud Factory Band, The Frotations, John Hanifin Band, DJ Ryan Brown, General Motor, DiverCity, and Mass Jammin Commission.
Immense gratitude for this year’s featured installations and artists:
Connected By Sea
Liz LaManche, 2014.
The world’s largest tattoo
Brian Kane, 2014.  
Boston’s HarborHeart
Circus for Construction
Ann Lok Lui, Craig Reschke, Larisa Ovalles, and Benjamin Widger
Traveling event space for exhibiting and experiencing works of art + architecture
Arts on the Harbor
KC Arts Brokerage
Pop-up warehouse gallery
Larry Stearns, 2014.
Life-size interactive chess set
And last but certainly not least, A GIANT HUG to our committed HarborArts Crew of over 70 volunteers.
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