Connect with us

Community

Great Feast of the Holy Ghost New England in Fall River is canceled for 2021

Published

on

While many things are getting back to normal, the Great Feast of the Holy Ghost New England will not be taking place in Fall River this summer.

According to the feast committee, there was a valid reason for the cancellation even though the State of Massachusetts has opened back up.

“The reason behind (the cancellation) is because regulations on how many people we could have at the park changed after our due date for performers. Performers had been canceled before (the virus) ban had been lifted.”

The Great Feast of the Holy Ghost typically takes place at Kennedy Park in Fall River in August.

The feast showcases great food and music in addition to religious ceremonies across several days every year. That is until the pandemic hit. Some of the previous performers include Marc Dennis, The Portuguese Kids, and Bobby Justin.

All indications are that the feast will return strong in the summer of 2022.

Continue Reading
Advertisement
1 Comment

1 Comment

  1. MortisMaximus

    June 30, 2021 at 6:55 pm

    One of the few good events Fall River hosts shut down due to the Wuhan plandemic. Just shut up and make your tax checks payable to the City of False River. We useless eaters will be squeezed until there are so few of us, that we will never have power over our own lives. I for one plan on leaving Fall River in retirement. I will spend whatever pennies I have left saying goodbye to this trash heap!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Facebook

Copyright © 2017 Fall River Reporter

Translate »