Last year’s Music and Beer Festival will relaunch ‘Party in the Park’ funded by Boston Town Area Committee (BTAC). Party in the Park will take place on Saturday 25 July, in Central Park. The grassed area of Central Park will be closed from Friday 24th to Sunday 26th July 2020 to enable this event to take place. The aviary, children’s play area, café and toilets will be open as normal during this event.

The event will feature live music from Boston Ukulele, Revolver, Molly’s Chamber, Buried by my Heartache, BHDC and we are pleased to announce guest band for Party in the Park, all the way from Australia – GERMEIN. The indie pop trio are made up of sisters Georgia (guitar, keys), Ella (bass, electric cello) & Clara Germein (drums), who opened for Little Mix on their Summer Stadium Tour in 2018. Keep up to date with all the girls tour dates at @GermeinSisters (FB link) Merch and links to their music can be found at:

The night will end with headline act, Audio Tap. The four-piece band, Audio Tap have invented a new genre of music and will deliver “modern rock” to finish the night. Their music is good, live and original, mixing the old with the new and creating “The Sound of Modern Rock”.

Performing at Tramlines, Boston Music & Beer Festival and Holbeach Music & Beer Festival in 2019, they will have you dancing the night away playing songs, to name a few from Bon Jovi, The Killers, David Guetta and Bryan Adams. The band provide a variety of cover music however really come into their own with their original music. Radio stations including Lincs FM, Endeavour FM and all the way to from Australia Valley FM. BBC Radio Lincolnshire said “They really know what they’re doing live”.

A big thank you must go to Audio Tap who are providing the sound and lighting for this year’s event, and band member, Luke for his artwork designs.

Cllr Paul Goodale, Chairman of BTAC said: “The BTAC members felt strongly about bringing Party in the Park back to Boston. We are so pleased to see this event featured back in the calendar”.

500 early bird tickets will go on sale (available until 31st March or until they are all gone) at £5 for 17 years and over. 16 years and under, will be admitted for free but must be accompanied by a paying adult. From 1st April adult tickets will be £7 pre-purchased or £10 if you want to pay cash on the gate. Tickets are available at or Council Offices, West Street, or Geoff Moulder Leisure Centre.

Families can enjoy activities such as Little Drivers, sponsored by Cropleys Suzuki. There will be a soft play area, bouncy castle, face painting and much more at this family festival. Businesses who are interested in sponsoring an activity can contact

Cllr David Brown, Portfolio Holder for Events spoke positively about the events in Boston saying: “We really are a small Town with lots to see and do. There is a varied package of events for all to enjoy. A big thank you to all the financial supporters of the events here in Boston, and an even bigger thank you to all those that come and support the events”.