The Eastie Pride Day Committee will be hosting their 34th annual celebration of East Boston on August 19th in Piers Park


EAST BOSTON, MA (July 17, 2023)– Last week, the Eastie Pride Day committee announced that the annual Eastie Pride Day celebration event will take place on Saturday, August 19th from 2:00pm to 6:00pm. As in previous years, the community event showcases East Boston small businesses, restaurants, and non-profit organizations within one location for East Boston residents to both support and learn more about the community. The celebration includes food, children’s games, contests, music and live entertainment. This community event is family-friendly and open to all ages. The participating organizations and additional updates on this year’s event can be found on the Eastie Pride Day website at

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“This annual celebration is a wonderful opportunity to highlight East Boston’s history, while also providing an opportunity to give back to our community,” says Liana LaMattina, current Chair of the Eastie Pride Day committee. “It is the one day each year that the community is able to come together in support of the vendors, organizations, and even friends and families that are always eager to support the neighbors in need.”

This year’s event will mark the 34th Annual Eastie Pride Day in East Boston. The event originated with Founder Sal LaMattina in 1989 to increase pride within residents in the community, and has since become a staple event in the neighborhood that kids and adults alike look forward to each year.

If you have questions or would like to get involved with the Eastie Pride Day’s celebration this year, please contact the committee at To stay up to date on this year’s Eastie Pride Day and future announcements, follow Eastie Pride Day on Facebook and on Instagram at @EastiePrideDay, or visit their website at

Eastie Pride Day is a neighborhood committee that serves the East Boston community through an annual summer community celebration. This event is meant to highlight the values and qualities of the neighborhood, while also fostering a sense of unity and pride for residents.

Originally posted 7/31/2023

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