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The festival, one of the largest in the country, is held annually and draws an international field of entrants. It includes live music, concessions, and of course, good, old-fashioned fun.
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- Go Early - The festival draws quite a crowd. Head over on the earlier side to get a birds eye view of the sculptures and to avoid some of the heaviest foot traffic. Be sure to check the schedule - fireworks are part of the finale.
- Sample Local Flavor - Many visitors during the sculpting festival can enjoy cuisines representative of the many different ethnicities in Revere. Will this be your day to sample cherrystone clams or perhaps arroz con pollo?
- Learn more about Revere Beach's History - Founded in 1895, did you know that Revere Beach was America's first public beach?
- Get There Easily - Take the MBTA's Blue Line to the Revere Beach stop. The beach is only a few steps away from the exit.