The #HotSPOT Blog
It was another long week spent in the office while the sun shone outside so it’s time to make up for the lost time. From concerts to a family-fun festival and even an additional Monday event, this weekend is jam-packed with fun and SPOTs!
ConcertSPOT: Sheppard at Brighton Music Hall
The Australian indie pop band, Sheppard, will be coming to Brighton this Friday. Make sure parking doesn’t “Let you Down Easy” and park with SPOT in one of our newly listed Whole Foods SPOTs in Brighton.
ConcertSPOT: Neon Trees
“Everybody’s Talking” about Neon Trees coming to the Paradise Rock Club this Saturday. Get down like an “Animal” and dance the night away with car resting peacefully next to the venue.
FamilySPOT: Summer Arts Weekend
This Saturday and Sunday is the 4th Annual Boston Globe WGBG Boston Summer Arts Weekend. The festival is free, outdoors, and in Copley Square where we have over 20 SPOTs. Some of the exciting events will include a series of arts walks and talks along with concerts ranging from New Orleans jazz to rap to kid-friendly performances.
LocalSPOT: Red Sox vs. Tigers
If you follow us on any social media platforms, you’ve seen that we’ve been giving away Sox tickets all week and the day has finally come. This Sunday the Red Sox will play the Tigers at our favorite ballpark. Whether you were the lucky winner or not, we have plenty of SPOTs throughout the Fenway area.
LocalSPOT: SoWa South End Open Markets
It’s easy to stray-away from healthy living in the midst of barbecue season with burgers, hot dogs, fries; you know all the good stuff. But with farmer’s markets like SoWa it can be a little easier. Stock up on fresh kale, delicious nuts, and the best guacamole you’ll ever taste at the South End Open Markets and park close by with SPOT.
SummerSPOT: Pool Pop-Up
This Monday our favorite Back-Bay juice bar, JUGOS, is hosting an event at their pop-up location (The Clubs at Charles River Park). Sit poolside as you sip on fresh juice, listen to live music, and enjoy snacks from the chefs of Row 34 and Naco Taco.