Plymouth 400 Instrumental Festival

Music Celebrations International is pleased to present the Plymouth 400 Instrumental Festival taking place March 28 – 29, 2020 in partnership with the official Plymouth 400 Anniversary. The instrumental festival will be part of a year-long commemoration that will highlight the cultural contributions and American traditions that began with the interaction of the Wampanoag and English peoples; a story that significantly shaped the building of America.


The festival will feature stand-alone performances from exceptional ensembles across America in the historic Boston Symphony Hall. Symphony Hall is home to the Boston Symphony Orchestra and is acoustically one of the top concert halls in the world.


In addition to performing, ensembles will have the opportunity to explore and tour this iconic region rich in the history of the colonization and beginning of America. Sightseeing opportunities include a visit to the Plimoth Plantation which features a 17th-century English Village and Wampanoag Homesite. Music Celebrations International is delighted to partner with acclaimed living history museum Plimoth Plantation to present a unique opportunity for performance groups that combines music and world-class exhibits in a national tribute to this significant moment in history.


Ensembles will also have the opportunity to visit Boston and follow the Freedom Trail.


We look forward to seeing you at the Plymouth 400 Instrumental Festival in commemoration of this significant event in America’s story!

Sample Itinerary

Friday, March 27, 2020

Afternoon arrival in Boston
Meet your Tour Manager who will be with you for your entire stay in Boston
Excursion to Plymouth, stopping at Plymouth Rock for a photo opportunity of this Colonialist landing site. Admission is included to Plimoth Plantation, a living history museum
Return to Boston and check-in to the hotel
Dinner at a local restaurant
Return to the hotel for overnight

Saturday, March 28

Breakfast at the hotel
Morning soundcheck at Symphony Hall
Independent walking tour of the Freedom Trail to include Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, Paul Revere’s House, and the Old North Church
Lunch, on own
Self-guided tour of Bunker Hill Monument and the USS Constitution, “Old Ironsides”
Dinner at a local restaurant
Return to the hotel for overnight

Sunday, March 29

Breakfast at the hotel
Narrated riding tour of Boston including a tour of Boston’s neighborhoods, Cambridge and a stop at Harvard University
Lunch, on own
Festival Performance at Symphony Hall
Dinner at a local restaurant
Return to the hotel for overnight

Monday, March 30

Breakfast at the hotel and check-out
Time for last minute sightseeing and shopping
Depart for home

This is a very flexible itinerary.  Except for confirmed appointments and performances, the places of interest and the sequence of sightseeing might be changed if necessary or desirable. In the event of an unavoidable conflict in the performance and the sightseeing schedule, the concert schedule will prevail, and it may be necessary to exclude some sightseeing activities. Other optional activities could include a Lexington & Concord Tour or a Salem Tour

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