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Bigger, Better And Blingier: Boston’s Festive Holiday Market ‘Snowport’ Is Back

Boston Seaport by WS has announced the return of Snowport! Also known as "Winter in Seaport," this seasonal celebration and marketplace begins November 10, 2023. Everything you need to know about it can be found right here. So, get ready to enjoy a lit holiday season that's bigger, better and blingier! Boston's festive holiday market, Snowport is back at the Seaport. Bells will be ringing and there will be plenty of rockin' around the Christmas trees in Boston's seaport for this spectacular winter wonderland. Snowport in Boston's beautiful Seaport neighborhood is turning up the good times with even more food, art, gifts, special events and plenty of good times. Now in it's 5th year, Snowport is the ultimate destination for holiday fun and shopping. Much More Than Shopping It's not just about the shopping and eating. There's outdoor ice curling, tree trimming and the Tree Market. Don't miss the annual holiday tree lighting, Menorah Lighting and so much more at this beloved open air holiday market. According to the press release, Snowport is the largest holiday market in New England. It's all presented in partnership with Constant Contact, and created with The Makers Show. And as stated in the official release, it's this "luminous and enchanting open-air market will showcase over 120 businesses, as well as an inviting dining area with 17 food and beverage concepts." Know Before You Go Get all the dates, times, events, location information and much more, here, below. It's going to be a bright, beautiful season in Boston. Come celebrate, shop eat and take part in the many activities to help us all get into the spirit, and check a few things off the holiday list. The holidays will be here before you know it. You've got shopping and merry-making to do. Why not support small and local businesses while you do it? At this year's Holiday Market 30% of which the vendors are new to the market, 60% of them are local to Boston, and 67% are minority and/or female owned, according to the press release.    

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