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WORCESTER – Boston Got Sole: New England’s Greatest Sneaker Convention kicks off its first event for 2022 at the DCU Center, an ASM Global managed facility, in Worcester on Saturday, February 26 from noon to 6 p.m.

Boston Got Sole is a convention unlike any other. It’s New England’s premier show of the latest and most exclusive sneakers one can get their hands on. It is not just a convention, but an experience and a glimpse into the sneakerhead community and lifestyle.

Boston Got Sole features special guests, giveaways, live performances, contests, and much more

Attendees are able to buy, sell, or trade the hottest sneakers and apparel. It is a shoe lover’s dream and a haven for sneaker collectors.

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Boston Got Sole was founded by Jonathan DiModica and his older brother Joseph. The DiModicas’ passion for sneakers came about through tragic circumstances.

In 2012, the DiModica family lost everything in a devastating house fire. In the aftermath of the incident, the brothers turned to their fascination of high-end sneakers and street apparel.

At just 14 and 16 years old, the ambitious young entrepreneurs launched Boston Got Sole in 2013.

Their mission was to create an event with more than just buying, selling, and trading sneakers. They wanted the convention to have a vibrant atmosphere with performers, giveaways, and raffles to add on to the overall experience.

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Boston Got Sole has been highly successful thus far, with 30 conventions under their belt, and thousands of attendees at each event.

Tickets priced at $32 (VIP), $25 (Pre-Sale General Admission) are on sale now and available at

Tickets available at the door for $35. All tickets subject to convenience fees and sales taxes.

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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.