Boston, MA – May 21, 2024 – This weekend kicks off the unofficial start of summer and the season is already in full swing in Seaport. Boston Seaport by WS has launched its complete lineup of programming for the warm weather months, making the neighborhood the place to be this summer. Brimming with an exciting lineup of free events open to the public, from outdoor markets and a sunny themed edition of The Current, to family friendly programming, outdoor community fitness, and the return of Cisco Brewers Seaport, there is something for everyone and every day of the week to make this season a memorable one. Details on the exciting lineup of programming are below and to discover everything happening in Seaport, visit

Seaport Sweat – Free Outdoor Fitness for All

Now through September 28, 2024
Monday through Thursday, 5:30pm and 6:30pm
Saturdays, 10am
Seaport Common (85 Northern Avenue)

Embark on a fitness journey with Seaport Sweat, Boston’s largest free outdoor workout series, running for its ninth exhilarating season. Offering over 100 free fitness classes, including favorites like Barre and Balance, Power Sculpt, and Release Yoga, this community-driven program ensures there’s something for everyone. For the full Seaport Sweat schedule and to register for classes, visit here. See the original press release here.

Stretch and the City – Free Lunchtime Yoga

Fridays, now through September 27, 2024
Summer Street Steps (between 350 and 400 Summer Street)

Seaport has launched Stretch and the City, a rejuvenating yoga experience presented by Lifeway Kefir. Every Friday, enjoy a 45-minute yoga session led by the talented Therlande Louissaint, complemented by samplings of Lifeway Kefir’s nourishing drinks. Classes are free and open to the public. Space is limited; to register for classes, visit here. See the original press release here.

The Current Cabanas – Pop-Up Summer Shopping

Open now through September 2, 2024
Monday to Saturday, 11am – 7pm
Sunday, 12pm – 6pm
(Closed on public holidays)
100 Seaport Boulevard

Experience The Current Cabanas, an innovative retail concept transforming into a vibrant summer shopping destination. Explore nine unique, tiny-home-inspired cabanas showcasing a diverse collection of pop-ups, promising a unique shopping experience along Seaport Boulevard. For more information on The Current Cabanas, please visit and follow @atthecurrent. See the original press release here.

Seaport x Black Owned Bos. Market – Supporting Local Entrepreneurship

Sundays, June 23; July 21; August 25; September 22; October 20
12pm – 6pm
Seaport Common (85 Northern Avenue)

Celebrate local entrepreneurship and artistry at the Seaport x Black Owned Bos. Market. Featuring 45 unique vendors each weekend, this event highlights the talents of Black-owned businesses. For more information on Seaport x Black Owned Bos. Market, visit here. See the original press release here.

Cisco Brewers Seaport – Nantucket Island Vibes

Open daily, now through October 14, 2024
Monday through Thursday, 4pm – 11pm
Friday, 3pm – 11pm
Saturday and Sunday, 12pm – 11pm
Holidays, 4pm – 11pm
100 Seaport Boulevard

Indulge in the Nantucket island vibes at Cisco Brewers Seaport. Enjoy craft beers, cocktails, wines, and live music alongside a delectable menu featuring wood-fired pizzas and New England clam shack favorites. To stay updated on hours, events, and new offerings, follow Cisco Brewers @ciscobrewers and @ciscobrewersseaport or visit here.  See the original press release here.

Seaport Summer Market – Local Craftsmanship and Family Entertainment

May 25-26, June 1-2, June 8-9, June 15-16, June 22-23, June 29-30, Aug. 24-25, Aug. 31, Sept. 1, Sept. 7-8, Sept. 14-15, Sept. 21-22
11am – 7pm
88 Seaport Boulevard

Explore the Seaport Summer Market, a vibrant celebration of local craftsmanship and entrepreneurship. With over 80 vendors each weekend, this open-air market offers a diverse array of products and family-friendly activities. The Seaport Summer Market is free and open to the public. For more information, visit here. See the original press release here.

Seaport Smalls – Outdoor Kids Programming

Saturdays, now through October 26
10am – 11am
The Rocks at Harbor Way, 111 Harbor Way

Seaport Smalls offers a weekly dose of family-friendly fun featuring free children’s programming. From magic shows to live animal education, there’s something for every little one to enjoy. Find the complete schedule for Seaport Smalls here.

Summer Salsa Night – Dance to Live Music

Thursdays, June 6; June 20; July 11, July 25; August 8; August 22; September 5; September 19
6pm  –  8pm
The Superette Courtyard, 70 Pier 4 Boulevard

Spin and twirl the night away at The Superette courtyard. Watch and learn new dance moves from Urbanity Dance and featuring music by Clave & Blues Productions. Summer Salsa Night is free with no registration required. Learn more here.
Bike Check Ups – Complimentary MaintenanceWednesdays, now through June 26, 2024
7:30am – 11:30am
Seaport Common, 85 Northern Avenue

Keep your wheels spinning smoothly with complimentary bike check-ups. Courtesy of Seaport TMA, Amazon, and Landry’s Bicycles, these weekly check-ups ensure a smooth ride for all. Bikers are asked to sign up via the monthly registration page. Find all details on this event here.

The Superette Herb Garden – Free Fresh Herbs

Thursdays, June 6 through September 30, 2024
4pm – 6pm
The Superette Courtyard, 70 Pier 4 Boulevard

Visit The Superette Herb Garden to harvest fresh herbs this season. Green City Growers will be in the courtyard snipping sprigs of cilantro, basil, lavender, and mint. Green City Growers transforms underutilized spaces into biodiverse food production landscapes, providing communities with hyper-local food and promoting self-sufficiency. The Superette Herb Garden is free with no registration required. Learn more here.After a visit to the herb garden, stop by Borrachito where they will be serving their specialty cocktail, Tammy Got Weird, made with herbs picked straight from the garden. $1 from each drink will be donated to Green City Growers to support their mission.

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