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The Boardwalk Ramble Festival coming to Fall River waterfront

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FALL RIVER, MA — The Narrows Center for the Arts is excited to announce Spindle City Fest’s featured event: The Boardwalk Ramble. A festival within a festival, The Boardwalk Ramble will take place during Spindle City Fest on June 8th. Community members are invited to explore Fall River’s waterfront while enjoying live performances from local musicians. Get out and enjoy the fresh air, take in the sights, and groove to some live tunes!

“The Boardwalk Ramble is yet another way for us to make music and art accessible to the community, while also highlighting the beautiful Fall River waterfront and all it has to offer.” — Patrick Norton, Executive Director

From 12:00pm to 1:30pm, groups of local musicians will be stationed along the boardwalk. The Ramble trail begins at the Narrows, winds through Heritage Park, and ends at the Iwo Jima Memorial in Bicentennial Park. Attendees can enjoy a relaxing stroll along the waterfront, no matter which end they start from. It’s the perfect way to kick off the summer season!

A variety of local musicians can be found along the boardwalk, with genres ranging from jazz and blues to rock and folk. The lineup includes Colby James and the Ramblers, The Black Cadillac Trio, Tyler James (The Silks), Mike Laureanno, The Southcoast Brass Band, and more!

The event is free.

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