Feast Dates
August 1-4, 2019
photo courtesy of Mattconti.com

FEATURES

Free summer concerts all weekend. Come down with friends and family to Hannover Street, Boston. If you or your company are interested in taking part in this time honored tradition as a vendor? Call us at 617.742.6883

Music

Come down with your family and friends to enjoy our free summer concerts all weekend. We will have live shows from major acts, DJ music and local radio stations.

Food

You can't go wrong with crowd favorites like fresh shelfish, sausage peppers & onions, arancini, pasta, fried calamari or a connoli. Buon Appetito!

Raffles

Take a chance and help support the great work that our society does for the neighborhood children and community. You may turn a few dollars into hundreds.

ENTERTAINMENT

All performances are free of charge for you and your families to enjoy. Please come celebrate with us!. More entertainment updates will be posted in the near future, so please check back for updates.

SCHEDULE

All performances are free of charge for you and your families to enjoy. Please come celebrate with us! Don't forget to check out our facebook page to see pictures and videos from last years feast.

  • Aug1

    OPENING NIGHT

    7:00-11:00PM

    Opening Ceremony with the procession of Saint Agrippina led by the children of the Saint Agrippina society.

    7-11PM TBD.

  • Aug2

    FRIDAY

    12:00-11:00PM

    TBD

  • Aug3

    SATURDAY

    12:00 - 11:00PM

    TBD

  • Aug4

    SUNDAY

    12:00-11:00PM

    TBD

    8:30 Famous Tug-of-War
    10:45-11 Raffle

  • HOPE TO
    SEE YOU
    THERE

HISTORY

Sant’Agrippina di Mineo was a beautiful blonde princess who was unmercifully tortured to death by the emporor Valerian in 256 a.d. After her death, her body was taken from Rome to Mineo by three holy women: Bassa, Paula, and Agotonica. Sant’Agrippina is the patron saint of thunderstorms, leprosy and evil spirits. The story of the journey of the martyred body of St. Agrippina from Rome to Mineo was full of miraculous events. The fragrance that accompanied the body of St. Agrippina wherever it went, the veneration of the sailors and the farmers, the light weight of the reliquary so that the three women could carry it, the quickness of the voyage from Rome to Sicily, the miraculous cloud that covered the girls and transported them and the relics at certain times of danger in the journey, the angels that protected them from harm, the devils that were defeated and swept out at the sight of the sacred relics and the miracle of Teogonia, are all signs that it was the will of God that Agrippina should be the Saint of this blessed city. The relics of St. Agrippina arrived in Mineo on Wednesday, May 17th, 261.

Contact Us

If you would like to be a sponsor, vendor, or entertainer please Call Warren at 617.319.507. You can follow us on facebook for photos and special events throughout the year.