5th Annual MetroFest June 16 at Bowditch Field

FRAMINGHAM – The 5th Annual MetroFest, sponsored by the MetroWest Visitors Bureau , is Saturday June 16, at Bowditch Athletic and Cultural Complex in Framingham.

MetroFest is the the premiere arts, music, and food truck festival in the MetroWest region.

Thanks to the generous sponsors (listed below*) and volunteers, MetroWest Visitors Bureau will once again grant free admission for the family-friendly event, which will offer food, arts, exhibitors, music, classic cars, craft beverage-tasting, an electric bike test track, and much more.

You’ll want to come hungry.

A wide variety of New England-based food trucks are coming to MetroFest, including Ben & Jerry’s Scoop ShopMeltTeddy’s LunchboxEmpanada DadaClyde’s Cupcakes, Big T’s Jerky House, and many more.

Throughout the day, you’ll enjoy live music and entertainment, with a little something for everyone. Enjoy the sounds of rock, rhythm & blues, Brazilian jazz and more with performances by the Eduardo Mercuri GroupThe Reminisants, and The Tony Soul Project.

Magic 106.7 DJ David O’Leary will serve as emcee before turning over the mic to MyFm 101.3 DJ Ray Auger later in the afternoon.

 MetroFest 2018 will have a wide variety of fun activities for everyone at every age to enjoy with more than 120 crafters and exhibitors.

Family-friendly activities include Touch-A-Truck (with humvees from the Massachusetts Army National Guard 106th Transportation Company), ball games with Fore Kicks, Live Action Escapes, a Kangoo Jump demonstration with WBIX, and much more.

MetroFest 2018 is excited to showcase a huge variety of offerings from throughout the MetroWest region: the Marlborough Curling Club, who will bring a 32-foot sheet of ice for everyone to try curling; bounce houses and obstacle courses in Kid’s Town; and a tasting tent featuring Start Line Brewing, La Cantina Winery, and Lookout Farm Hard Cider.

“MetroFest brings together all of the great people and businesses from across the MetroWest region, saidSusan Nicholl, executive director of the MetroWest Visitors Bureau. “It was created five years ago to showcase the region’s many assets. It’s really come to reflect the community. People leave this event with a sense of pride and a raised awareness of how many fantastic resources are right in their backyard.”

The 5th Annual MetroFest is made possible through generous sponsorship from Middlesex Savings Bank, Avidia Bank, Bernardi Auto Group, Choose Framingham, Framingham Parks and Recreation, United Home Experts, and DCU Credit Union. Supporting sponsors include American Girl/Girl Power Go, Ameriprise Financial, Bath Fitters, Boston Solar, Bruin, Custom Built Inc, Eversource, Framingham State University, Impact Framingham, Leaf Filter, Learning Center for the Deaf, MassBay Community College, Natick Center Cultural District, NEWPRO, Renewal by Andersen, Rescom Exteriors, RIHI, Senior Whole Health, T-Mobile, UnitedHealthcare, Wegmans, and Wexler Chiropractic Wellness Center. Media sponsors are WBIX and MyFM 101.3.


The MetroWest Visitors Bureau is an independent, non-profit regional organization. The mission of the MetroWest Visitors Bureau is to stimulate the MetroWest economy by attracting travelers to the area, guiding local residents looking for a service, providing family activities and cultural experiences, as well as a getaway. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts matches each dollar raised by the Visitors Bureau, which doubles the impact of every revenue source.

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

Susan Petroni Framingham Source Editor Email: editor@FraminghamSource.com Phone: 508-315-7176

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