The future is coming. Specifically, the future is three and a half months away.
Boston’s fourth annual HUBweek, also known as the Festival of the Future, released plans for its 2018 edition on Wednesday, including a first look at its updated festival site.
The theme for this year’s innovation event is “We the Future,” described in a press release as “a call to action, inviting attendees, speakers, collaborators, artists, and futurists to collectively imagine, discuss and shape a more inclusive and equitable future for all.” It’s all set to descend on City Hall Plaza from Oct. 8-14.
New features will include an additional day of programming at the HUB, two semi-permanent glass pavilions measuring more than 7,000 square feet each, a “back deck” area boasting local breweries and mixologists, and parties including live music and silent discos sprinkled throughout the site.
Passes for HUBweek 2018 are now available.
Check out a video rendering of the 2018 festival site below: