Black Owned Bos. Market
The Seaport x Black Owned Bos. Market will take place outside on Seaport Common and will feature Black-owned businesses from throughout the Greater Boston area.
From gifts and apparel to packaged foods and beauty & skincare products, the Seaport x Black Owned Bos. Market will offer something for everyone as it raises awareness for and support of Black entrepreneurship. Live local DJ Knszwrth will also perform at the market.
Join us one Sunday a month on Seaport Common from 12:00pm-6:00pm.
– Sunday, April 25th
– Sunday, May 23rd
– Sunday, June 27th
– Sunday, July 25th
– Sunday, August 29th
– Sunday, September 26th
– Sunday, October 17th
In order to maintain a safe and controlled environment, guests must register to attend for contact tracing purposes. Queuing will begin along the large grass patches of Seaport Common on Seaport Blvd. Look for the stanchions and social distance markers on the ground. We ask you to please keep your shopping to about 30 minutes.
No more than 100 people will be allowed in the Market Area, per government guidelines. Credit cards are strongly preferred. Cash payments will be accepted as a last resort. In order to keep everyone safe, all guests and staff will be required to use a face covering and maintain social distancing of 6 feet or more from other guests. Sanitizer will be available throughout the Market and on-site staff will manage a socially distanced queue. Follow the social distancing markers on the ground and remember to do your part, stay apart.
Thank you for embracing the space to keep everyone safe and make this a successful experience for all.
Parking is available at One Seaport Garage, located at 75 Sleeper Street, across from the Envoy Hotel. This well-lit, brand new garage provides EV charging stations, touchless entry, and the most convenient access to the Seaport District.
About Black Owned Bos.
Black Owned Bos. officially launched in March 2019 as a platform and resource to highlight and lift Black owned businesses, places, spaces and the people moving the culture forward. www.blackownedbos.com