Revere Fall Festival on Broadway is this Saturday, 9/23 from 1 PM-7 PM

**Traffic and Parking Information**

-Broadway will be closed from Park Ave to Beach St/Fenno St starting at 11 AM and ending at 5 PM.
-At 5 PM, the street will reopen; the vendors and family area will close; festival goers can continue to enjoy the Main Stage, Beer Garden and Food Trucks on the City Hall/American Legion side of Broadway until 7 PM. 
-Trucks should use American Legion Highway and avoid Broadway.
-Cheever St. and Winthrop Ave. will be closed at Beach St.
-During the road closure, police officers will be stationed to detour traffic.

-On the day of the festival, guests are encouraged to park at the Hill School parking lot, the Revere High School parking lot, or the Municipal Lot on Broadway
-In addition, a satellite parking lot with free shuttle service from 1 PM to 7 PM will be available from the West Revere School Complex Parking Lot (107 Newhall St.) 
-The City Hall parking lot will be closed. Hyde Pl. will also be closed to traffic and parking. Please plan accordingly. 

 

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