Weekend Highlights: Tito’s Turkey Fry, African Liberation, MFA, T Pain and More!

It’s the official kick off to summer weekend and although a lot of people are heading out of town there are still events to get into on the home front! #FindYourFab! Don’t forget to tell ’em BostonFab sent you and check back for updates! Don’t forget to take our survey on your favorite spots in Boston!

kicksnkush eventSaturday, May 24th 

Fab! Award Winning Kush Groove Clothing Company presents Kicks and Kush from 12:00pm – 5:00pm at One Off Apparel (221 Newbury St) bringing fashion, music and kush together all under one roof. Join them for live entertainment from Boston’s hottest local acts and shop Kush Groove’s 2014 spring apparel line. Hang out over refreshments, good people and good vibes to the backdrop from beats by DJ Stix. All ages! Free.

Want to know if GMO’s (Genetically Modified Organisms) are in your food? Fight for your rights at the one-year anniversary of March Against Monsanto in Copley Square 12pm -5pm. food and health advocates, farmers, small businesses, faith leaders and grassroots organizations will join community members and artists of all genres in a day of learning, sharing and advocacy for Food, Health, Environment & Communities! For more information click here! FREE and open to the public.

Titos Turkey FryJoin Boston City Councillor Tito Jackson for his Annual Turkey Fry at 37 Schuyler St, Dorchester. 1:00pm – 7:00pm. Lots of food including fried turkey, BBQ and vegetarian options.Great beats by Boston’s Best DJ’s. Please RSVP to Michelle at so we can ensure enough food for everyone! FREE and family friendly!

Meet Hike for Life at The Black Heritage Trail® at the Col Robert Shaw Memorial outside of the Boston Common for a look into the history of the 19th century free Black community of Boston starting at 2:00pm. The trail consists of 14 sites and begins at the Robert Gould Shaw Memorial on Beacon Street. Self-guided tours can be conducted at any time, Monday through Sunday. Maps and site brochures can be obtained at the Abiel Smith School during site hours.The event is FREE and family friendly.

African LiberationSunday, May 25th

Société Sociale is back as a day party powered by fashion, music, food, art and a dope group of people at Savvor Restaurant and Lounge (180 Lincoln St, Leather District)  2:oopm to close. No Cover. No Guest List.

The Second Annual A.C.E Life Takeover live at The Middle East (472 Massachusetts, Cambridge) 8:00pm – 11:00pm. Get the Christian Hip Hop and Gospel show you’ve been looking for.  A.C.E Life, Social Club, HeeSun Lee and more! $15.00. This is an 18+ show. For more information click here!

Celebrate Africa at the
African Liberation event at 50 Bridges St, Dedham. The event features Soukous musician Diblo Dibala, as well as other African inspired musicians. Proceeds Of this event will benefit children on the continent & the diaspora. Tickets are $35.00. To pick up yours, get them here

Monday, May 26th 

The Museum of Fine Arts (465 Huntington Ave) is FREE all day today 10am – 4:45pm. They will also have special programming with music and special exhibits. For more information click here!

Jonathon Gates in Conjunction with VFW Post (10 Highland Ave, Randolph) starting at 3:00pm. Food will be provided, but this is family style, so bring something to contribute. For more information call  617.590.8334.


Tuesday May 27th 

T-Pain I am T-Pain Tour hits The Wilbur (276 Tremont St) concert starts at 8:00pm. Tickets are $35.00 – $45.00. Get tickets here!