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Enjoy live music and art during the Beacon Hill Art Walk

Local artists sell their wares throughout the neighborhood during the first Sunday in June.

Event goers peruse art at the annual Beacon Hill Art Walk. Courtesy of the Beacon Hill Art Walk

Local artists will sell their original, handmade work throughout Beacon Hill’s alleyways, courtyards, and gardens, as residents open up their spaces to the community during this free event on June 5. Over 100 artists and thousands of visitors typically populate the Beacon Hill Art Walk, while musicians perform live music throughout the day.

As the music plays and the June sun (hopefully!) bathes the brick streets of Beacon Hill, the Art Walk brings the public into the nooks and crannies of the historic neighborhood.

The walk begins at 135 1/2 Charles Street, at the corner of Charles and West Cedar Streets, and includes various locations throughout Beacon Hill’s North Slope. Artists will display work at different price points and of various media and styles, and live music performances range from classical to folk to Klezmer ensembles. 


The Art Walk began in the 1990s as a way for artists to engage with the community and connect with each other. The walk has hosted as many as 160 artists annually, many of whom return year after year.

Artists interested in getting involved can apply here, and interested volunteers can fill out this form

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