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City Dance Party Friday, June 30

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City Dance Party. Photo by David Kong

Update as of June 30 at 11:16 a.m. -- Dance Party is Still On. Check City Home Page Carousel for Updates.

On Friday, June 30, join thousands of Cambridge residents and visitors who will gather on Mass. Ave. in front of Cambridge City Hall (795 Massachusetts Ave.) for the City’s 20th Annual Dance Party from 7-11 p.m. The street will be closed to traffic but open for dancing! This event is free and open to the public.  MBTA: Red Line to Central Square.

Note: Mass Ave will be closed to traffic from Prospect to Lee streets, from 6 p.m. - 12 a.m. 

The annual dance extravaganza with DJ spun music is a special opportunity for the entire Cambridge community to celebrate summer.  After dark, colorful lights will be launched, adding to the magic of the evening.

Originally conceived in 1996 as part of the 150th anniversary celebration of Cambridge, the Dance Party returns each year attracting young and old to join in the festivities! 

PLEASE NOTE:  MBTA #1 Bus Line will terminate in Central Square at 6 p.m. and resume full service at Midnight. (Take the Red Line subway to travel between Central & Harvard Squares). Closest subway stop to the Dance Party is Central Square, then two blocks to City Hall.

For more information, contact Maryellen Carvello at 617-349-4301.

Photo: David Kong

Click here for Dance Party Flyer

Mass Ave Closure for City Dance Party

Page was last modified on 7/24/2023 9:54 PM
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