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Dates:Saturday, May 7, 2022 - Saturday, May 7, 2022
Hours:Hours Vary see below
Category:Fairs & Festivals

All hands, hearts and heads are needed to create the 40th annual WAKE UP THE EARTH Festival and Parade May 7th!

WAKE UP THE EARTH combines the May Day traditions of multicultural celebration, social and
economic justice and love for Mother Earth. Our goal is the Beloved Community. Get ready to Spring into action!

The annual Wake Up the Earth Festival (WUTE) takes place each year on the first Saturday in May and is currently attended by well over 10,000 individuals of all ages and features several stages including the music and dance performances, Popular Theatre, the Youth Stage.

In addition to performances, WUTE features over 50 craft, non-profit, and food vendors. The festival is anchored by a massive parade (with branches that start in JP Center and Roxbury) with several thousand people marching.

45 Danforth St., JP (1 block from Stony Brook T)
Your vision for our shared community is welcome here.

For more info contact [email protected]

HOURS↑ top

Parade begins at 11:00am
12:00pm - 6:00pm



StonyBrook T-stop Park, Jamaica Plain, MA map
Phone: (617) 524-6373

massive parade (with branches that start in JP Center and Roxbury)


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