March 4, 2019
BOSTON TOURISM GROUP ISSUES FREE TRAVEL &
CULTURE MAGAZINE ON CULTURAL ACTIVITIES IN
MASSACHUSETTS, IRELAND & SCOTLAND
(BOSTON) -- The Boston Irish Tourism Association (BITA) has issued its 2019 annual spring issue of Travel & Culture magazine, highlighting Irish parades and festivals, concerts and dances, literary and film events and other cultural activities taking place in Massachusetts and throughout New England.
This issue has stories on the Boston Pops Orchestra conductor Keith Lockhart and the Pops spring season; Nathan Carter, Ireland's newest Celtic Country star; and top concert venues like Shalin Liu Performance Center in Rockpor, MA and Blackstone River Theatre in Cumberland, RI.
Delta Air Lines is returning with season flights to Dublin starting on March 30, and is adding a new season route between Boston and Edinburgh, Scotland, starting in May. Norwegian continues its direct routes from Providence to Dublin, Cork an Shannon .Finally, the Guide includes a walking map of Boston's Irish Heritage Trail, and a directory of selected cultural organizations, hotels and pubs, gift shops and travel agencies in Massachusetts and Ireland.
ABOUT BOSTON IRISH TOURISM ASSOCIATION
BITA was formed in 2000 to promote cultural tourism year round and to strengthen travel ties between New England and Ireland. It publishes three issues per year of Travel & Culture Guide in March, June and November. See magazine archive here. BITA is creator of Boston’s Irish Heritage Trail, which highlights Irish landmarks throughout Boston and around the state.
For further details on Irish parades, festivals and concerts, as well as year-round Irish and cultural activities and hospitality amenities, visit IrishMassachusetts.com.