Celebrate the Best of Boston in November

Read on for our don't-miss list of fairs, festivals, comedy and theater coming to Boston in November 2019. 


Nov. 2  Veronica Robles Female Mariachi Band

Mexican singer Veronica Robles’ mariachi band performs at The Neighborhood Arts’ Day of the Dead family concert. Union United Methodist Church.


Nov. 5-17  Come From Away

See the true story of the small town that welcomed 7,000 stranded passengers the day after 9/11. Citizens Bank Opera House.


Nov. 5  Logic

The Grammy-nominated rapper heads out on tour in support of his new album. Agganis Arena.


Nov. 6-10  The Magic Flute

Mozart’s iconic story is reimagined and transformed by South Africa’s Isango Ensemble. Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre.


Nov. 6-17  Boston Jewish Film Festival

Celebrate the Jewish experience with more than 60 film screenings. Multiple venues.


Nov. 8-10  Boston Christmas Festival

After 33 years, the Boston Christmas Festival is kicking off­ the Christmas season for the final time in the Seaport District. Get all your Christmas shopping done early at this festival that features over 350 juried artisans selling handcrafted items, gourmet food and unique gifts.


Opening Nov. 15  Quixote Nuevo

From one of the storytellers behind Disney/Pixar’s “CoCo” comes a bold and comedic retelling of Cervantes’ “Don Quixote.” Huntington Theatre.


Nov. 15-16  Beer and BBQ Fest

Admission to this fest includes unlimited samples of 80-plus craft beers as well as a sample from seven different BBQ joints. Cyclorama at Boston Center for the Arts.


Nov. 15-17  Boston International Antiquarian Book Fair

Shop a vast selection of rare books, manuscripts, autographs, maps, prints, photographs and more at this fair for bibliophiles. Hynes Convention Center.


Nov. 15-17  Trevor Noah

The “Daily Show” host performs his stand-up comedy on the “Loud and Clear” tour. Chevalier Theatre.


Nov. 20-24  An Iliad

Starring Tony Award-winning actor Denis O’Hare, this adaptation of Homer’s epic poem is back in Boston after six years. Emerson Paramount Center.


Nov. 23  Wine Riot

This is one for the millennials—unlimited tastings, a souvenir wine glass, scavenger hunt, wine pronunciation bee and more. The Castle at Park Plaza.

Emily Sisco
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