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The Fourth of July is often associated with the midpoint of summer, but we refuse to believe that the best season of the year is already halfway over. Rather than stress out over the ever-daunting passing of time (yikes), let’s look at all that we have to anticipate this fine month of July in Boston.
From a sand sculpting competition to summer’s favorite pastime – the craft beer festival – here’s where you should be spending the rest of July in the city.
Blue Hills Bank Pavilion; July 18, 3:30 p.m.
Group yoga and live acoustic music will take over the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion this month when the Soulshine Yoga and Music Festival rolls into town, presented by Life is good. A mass yoga session will kick off at 3:30 p.m., followed by live music by Michael Franti and Spearhead, Soja, Brett Dennen and Trevor Hall. Tickets start at $30.