First Night Boston
Mayor Thomas Menino has unveiled highlights of the daylong festival of art, music, dance, ice sculpture and fireworks.
The Board of Directors announced Thursday night that they are shutting down because they do not currently have the funds to continue planning First Night Boston 2014.
One of the groups performing there aims to give you a glimpse of a different world.
One thousand artists will take part in about 200 exhibitions throughout the city.
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Today (New Year’s Eve) is starting off with sunshine but will end with increasing cloud cover. High temps will reach the lower to middle 30s. The breezy west wind will make it feel even colder.
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From First Night Boston to masquerade fun and the perfect party for even your moody teen, this city’s new year is a guaranteed good time at the most family friendly parties around.
First Night Boston has exposed local families to the arts through an all-day, all-night festival.
Of course First Night is known for ice sculptures, and there will be three this year: two at Copley Square and one at Boylston Plaza at The Shops at Prudential Center.
The Family Festival isn’t the only stop worth making before the sun goes down.