Samuels & Associates Hosts Outdoor Fitness, Live Music, Public Art, and the Return of Fenway Flea

This summer, The Fenway is the ideal spot for outdoor dining, exercising, entertainment, strolling and gathering with three different destinations planning to welcome visitors and residents with seating and activations. Arriving this summer to 201 Brookline’s plaza is is Berklee College of Music’s Summer in the City concert series – free lunchtime live music on Thursdays. Every location has seating where anyone can enjoy a takeout treat from The Fenway’s varied offerings. New outdoor dining at bartaco and DW French this season offers table service option for those who want to enjoy an al fresco dining experience before a concert or game.
As of June 1, The Station, an outdoor community space with swings and a furnished deck, welcomes back the beloved vintage clothing and makers market Fenway Flea each Sunday. Additionally, The Station will host a rotation of exhibitions in partnership with MassArt’s Creative Business Incubator in the space’s on-site gallery along with a series of MassArt student art sale markets and interactive art demos. Across the way at The Green at 401 Park, free outdoor fitness returns alongside neighborhood favorites Time Out Market and Trillium Brewing at the site’s one-acre green space. The Green also brings flora and fauna to life with a whimsical topiary public art display, where visitors can engage with life-sized animal topiaries, including swimming hippos, elephants, and a giraffe.
Detailed schedules are available here, and a summary of programming is below. Additional programming will be announced over the course of the season on and @thefenway.
THE STATION, 1400 Boylston Street, open 9am-9pm daily, June 1-October 31
  • Fenway Flea, presented by Original Markets, every Sunday, 12-5pm
  • The Gallery at The Station– featuring three new exhibitions from MassArt Creative Business Incubator cohorts and an immersive installation curated by the leaders of MassArt’s student-run brand
    • “Sound of the City” 6/5-24, Michael Aghahowa, @_aghahowa
    • “Cocina de Fresa” 6/27-8/12, Jasmine Gonzalez, @bluejaythehero
    • “Normal Art Shop” 8/14-9/10, Alexandra Arruda, Perla Motan & Valentine Boco, @wemakenormalart
    • “The Heart of the Andes”  9/12-10/15, Colomba Klenner, @LittleWalkingParadox
  • MassArt Night Markets, festive creative gatherings where attendees can meet artists, get creative and learn new skills with interactive art demos, and purchase goods from some of MassArt’s next student and alumni entrepreneurs on three select dates.
    • Friday, July 12, 4-9pm
    • Friday, September 6, 4-9pm
    • Friday, October 4, 4-9pm
    • THE GREEN AT 401 PARK, June 3-September 25
  • Fit in The Fenway –  Free outdoor workous from Boston’s top fitness instructors
    • Mondays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays – Down Under Yoga, varied yoga, pilates, and strength classes, 6-7pm
    • Select Sundays – Fenway Flow with Rachel Primé , 10-11am
201 BROOKLINE AVENUE, Every Thursday, June 6 through September 26
  • Berklee College of Music’s Summer in The City, free concert series from Berklee talent featuring a variety of musical styles, 12-1:30pm
About Samuels & Associates
Samuels & Associates specializes in fostering communities that inspire people to love where they are. We are stewards of the built environment and caretakers of our community’s vision, driven to create welcoming and inclusive spaces in Boston and beyond. Widely recognized for effectiveness at placemaking and integrated open spaces, Samuels & Associates has achieved success in mixed-use development, leasing, and management over the past three decades. Active pedestrian environments, curated retail and restaurant storefronts, amenity-rich housing options, and creative life science and commercial spaces are hallmarks of Samuels developments. Learn more at