Live: Outside the Box Recap from the
Music Coalition. Boston
By Doug Ruffin
I have to tell you. Being here at the Boston Common, right now, feels different. Just like many other people; I’m spoiled by Outside the Box. I’ve grown used to expecting a cool band to play at noon time on the Boston Common, or dancing in to the night at
. Now; you hear a few street musicians and that lady who clanks her change jar looking for donations in front of Park Street Station. Not to say that City Hall Plaza is, or ever will be, a sleep when it comes to music and the arts; But what a great time Outside the Box was! This event not only brought a huge assembly of people together to enjoy music and the arts, it also brought, many people in music and the arts together. For me; it demonstrates that a dream can indeed come true and it proves once again, that greater Boston truly supports the arts. The Outside the Box Festival in Boston Boston successfully brought a world of entertainment to the largely diverse populous of greater . Let’s hope this takes again place next year. Boston
Good times go fast. Still, its hard to believe that the Outside the Box event started on July 13th and ended Sunday, July 21st. Hundreds of Thousands of people attend Outside the Box. The music portion provided outdoor audiences with performances covering Opera with The Boston Opera Collaborative to Synth Pop Rock with Gentlemen Hall and so many additional styles in between. That doesn’t count the abundance of programs for kids, Theatre, Comedy and more from the arts.
Tomorrow we’ll be back for our final recap of the Outside the Box Festival inWe will conclude an interview with, “Women of the World