Raising Voices Festival

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Old South Meeting House, 310 Washington Street, Boston MA 02108

Uplift and celebrate voices of revolution—past, present, and future!

Revolutionary Spaces presents the Raising Voices Festival: A Celebration of Music, Art, and the Power of Protest. To commemorate the 250th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party, join Revolutionary Spaces in September for a vibrant, multi-disciplinary arts festival in the heart of downtown Boston that celebrates the power of protest throughout history.

On September 23rd and 24th, walk in the footsteps of revolutionaries who came before us. Our Washington Street campus—from the Old State House to Old South Meeting House and beyond—will be activated with experiences for people of all ages. This multi-day event will feature a range of performances and attractions from local and national artists, performers, and community partners, including:

  • Musicians
  • Dancers
  • Theatrical happenings
  • Poets
  • Artist and community pop-ups
  • Greater Boston’s best eats
  • Sensory-friendly zone and family area
  • Sidewalk and storefront activations
  • And MORE!


Indigenous People’s Day 2023

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Hosmer Elementary School, , 1 Concord Road, Watertown, MA


Music, dance, and storytelling by Indigenous performers including:

  • Nettukkusqk Singers * Brock Stonefish * Eastern Sun Drummers and Dancers * Thea Hopkins * Geri Barney * Mwalim 7) & The ZYG 808 * Teddy and Maria Hendricks Judy Fallows will describe the “three sisters gardens” at the elementary and middle schools.

  • Indigenous food by Sonya Avant

  • Indigenous crafts, arts and books provided by:

Deborah Moorehead, Leslie Tuplin, Holly Carrol Cachimuel, Bob and Cindy Shelley, Geri Barney, Julia Marden, Hartman Deetz and Belmont Bookstore


Private Event

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