5 Great Ways to Spend Your Weekend in Worcester

 by Heather CameronJune 4, 2022

It’s the first weekend of June! Even though it’s not officially summer yet, you can still plan some carefree fun.

ThisWeekinWorcester.com has your list of five exciting activities that you can attend this weekend. Make it feel like summer by filling up your calendar with entertainment.

Book a night out with your friends and watch a live performance or seize the day with interesting classes you won't want to miss. 

Bite into a delicious event this weekend! 

Head on down to the Worcester Common on Saturday for a food truck and craft beer festival!

The Worcester Food Truck and Craft Beer Festival will take place from 12 PM to 5 PM featuring some of the area's most popular food trucks and craft breweries.

Check out the full list of food trucks and breweries here.

Move your feet for a great treat this weekend! 

The Shrewsbury Street Market is kicking off this Saturday. The Shrewsbury Street Market is brought to you by MADE Markets and Redemption Rock Brewing Co.

This monthly outdoor marketplace opens from 10 AM to 2 PM and will feature 40 local makers, artists, and creatives, with handcrafted wares for some serious shopping. When you are looking for food, be sure to check out the delicious food trucks and the beer garden from Redemption Rock! 

Find the perfect night out! 

Enjoy some live music this Saturday night from 8 PM to 11 PM!

The Harpoon Beer Garden will make your ears and tastebuds happy. The Midnight Riders will be performing live at the Harpoon Worcester Beer Garden. Join them for a night of good drinks and live music.

A Packed night of comedy and Drag! 

Laugh until your sides are sore this Saturday night! The Queens of Comedy are coming to 37 Harris Street in Webster for the Comedy is a Drag: Pride Edition.

Join Worcester’s Favorite Drag Stars DaishaDore Famouz, Brandy Shimmer, and Victoria Obvious Queen as they team up with Worcester Main squeeze Serenity Jones and fellow comedians Ang Buxton, & Marie Connor. 

Celebrate Native American culture this weekend! 

On Saturday and Sunday, the Worcester Inter-Tribal Indian Center in Rutland will be hosting their 39th annual Native American Heritage Powwow.

The cultural festival features Native American singing, dancing, cultural workshops, storytelling, and more.

Admission to the event is free with a $5 fee for parking. 

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