10 things to do in Boston this 2019 Memorial Day weekend

10 things to do in Boston this 2019 Memorial Day weekend

Skip Netflix this weekend – there are 10 ways to get out of your home and not get bored in the city. If you want to deliver BosTen to your inbox every Thursday, click here. Would you like to do more things? See our events calendar at poston.com/events. You can also learn more about great events around Boston by entering the BosTen Facebook group.

Nearly 25 years ago, Quentin Tarantino had the second feature film “Pulp Fiction” at the Cannes Film Festival. Earlier this week, Tarantino met Cannes to kick off her first ninth film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” and this Thursday, the Brattle Theater will be one of the most respected works by the director. present in 35mm. (Thursday, May 23 at 4 pm and 10 pm; Brattle Theater, Cambridge; $ 9-12; R rating)

As we approach the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum is entering the spirit of space by welcoming an expert panel to discuss and preview the upcoming PBS documentary series. “American Experience: Chasing the Moon. ”Callie Crossley, host of the WGBH, will ease the discussion. (Thursday, 23 May from 6 o'clock to 8 pm; John F. Kennedy President's Library and Museum, Boston; free; all ages) t

The singer / writer / rapper Juice WRLD Chicago died a ritual last year with “Lucid Dreams,” and then took his momentum through the second record, “Race Race for Love,” which was pushed out earlier this year. The fast-rising artist has already achieved pioneering status, earning the best billing at Agganis Arena on Thursday with the Ski Ski trap rapon in support. (Thursday May 23 at 8 pm; Agganis Arena, Boston; $ 34- $ 46; all ages)

Tickets are still available for this edition of Boston Calling this year, again at the Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston. In the 10th edition of the festival, Twenty One Pilots is organized by the pop-rock-based group Tame Impala, and rapper Travis Scott on the bill, with local acts including singer-songwriter Sidney Gish. and indie pile rockers. Three-day weekend tickets and one-day tickets can be found for every single day of the festival on the Boston Calling website. (Friday, May 24 through Sunday, May 26th at various times; Harvard Athletic Complex, Boston; $ 119-649;

On Figawi's acclaimed regatta weekend from Hyannis to Nantucket, City Tap House is working in conjunction with Cisco Brewers for the installation of “Fort Point Nantucket”, turning the restaurant's patio into a similar Nantucket microbrewering at Cisco. When you wear beans bags in the corners stand of the bar and you are at a photo station of Nantucket bars, excite Cisco drinks, including a new Brut CPAucket. (Saturday, May 25 through Monday, May 27 from 11 a.m. to 10 pm; City Tap Boston, Boston; free; 21+)

Anyone who is lucky to give birth to the artists who wanted metal Slayer can lean at the Sinclair in 2015 to confirm how difficult this group is still at rock, even after 30 years. The band is among their safe journey, which means that a Saturday show at the Xfinity Center could have the last. Together with Slayer of the New American Lamb Deign of God, the death metal group of Swedish Amon Amarth, and the brutal metal band Cannibal Corpse in New York they will accompany Slayer this weekend. (Saturday, 25 May at 6 pm; Xfinity Center, Mansfield; $ 25- $ 139; all ages)

If you don't find the comedian and Milton playing at Boston Calling on Saturday, she will take the stage at the Wilbur later in the evening, in what the “special show” comedian put on her Instagram. (Saturday, May 25 at 7 pm; The Wilbur, Boston; $ 34-49; all ages)

With preparation as a “cultural response shown in a show” by Hipstory organizer, Boston Answering will present five local artists to the stage in Dorchester during one of the nights that Boston Calling will be hitting in Allston. The local acts Cliff Notez, Forté, VQnC, Photocomfort, and Red Shaydez will display the strength of local scenes at the Strand Theater. (Saturday, May 25 at 8:30 pm. Strand Theater, Boston; $ 15- $ 20; all ages)

For Memorial Day, the Fine Arts Museum will give free admission to all visitors. While the museum still has many wonderful objects, “Frida Kahlo and Arte Popular, one of the current highlights,” is a show aimed at the Mexican painter and his interest in folk art that runs through it. on 18 June. (Monday, 27 May from 10 am to 5 pm. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; free; all ages)

Like the MFA, the Institute of Contemporary Art will provide free admission on Monday. Be one of the first year this year to watch the Watershed ICA, the East Boston outlet which is available at the ferry that opens for the Sunday season. “John Akomfrah: Purple” as a six-channel video installation will give an insight into the implications of climate change making their first year in the US. (Monday, 27 May from 10 am to 5 pm Contemporary Art Institute, Boston; free; all ages)

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