Federal Hill Summer Festival

Federal Hill Summer Festival 2018The Federal Hill Commerce Association is pleased to announce the Federal Hill Summer Festival will take place on historic Federal Hill from Friday, June 22nd through Sunday, June 24th, 2018. The Summer Festival will showcase the best of Federal Hill’s restaurants, shops and more. Additionally, dozens of food and retail vendors, games and amusement rides will line Atwells Avenue.

The festival runs from 5pm – 11pm on Friday, 10am -11pm on Saturday and Sunday. The entertainment lineup features three entertainment stages offering various performances. On Sunday June 25th parishioners from the Catholic diocese will honor Saint Joseph with a procession at 12pm after an Italian Mass at 11am at Holy Ghost Church. Atwells Avenue for the entire festival will be closed from Dean to Sutton Streets. For more information, visit FederalHillProv.com

Festival Entertainment Schedule

 June 22 – June 24, 2018

There are three locations on Atwells Avenue for entertainment:

Stage One- DePasquale Plaza

Friday Night – June 22
Domenic De Pasquale
6pm – 10pm

Saturday – June 23
DJ RJ
1pm – 5pm

Ron Sands & Lady D
6pm – 10pm

Sunday – June 24
Ambrosiani 1pm – 5pm
Steve Anthony 6pm – 10pm

Stage 2 – Bank of America

Friday – June 22
Roger Ceresi 7pm- 11pm

Saturday – June 23
Al – DJ 1pm – 5pm
Roger Black – Elvis 6pm – 10pm

Sunday – June 24
Downstairs Band 1pm – 5pm

Vinny Lato 6pm – 10pm

Stage 3 – St. John’s Park (Atwells & Sutton Streets)

Friday – June 22
Eddie the Fixer – DJ 6pm -10pm

Saturday – June 23
Eddie the Fixer – DJ 1pm – 5pm
Legacy Band 6pm – 10pm

Sunday – June 24
Timeless 1pm – 4pm Tribeca 6pm -10pm

If you would like to be a vendor at the festival, please fill out this application: Federal Hill Summer Festival Vendor App 2018

The Federal Hill Commerce Association is dedicated to serving the business members and residents of Federal Hill. Considered the ‘Heart Beat of Providence” the Hill offers visitors charm, warmth and hospitality dating back to the traditions of Italian immigrants who were the fabric and character of the Hill for so long.