Presented by Aquarion Water Company & Save the Harbor Save the Bay
Join us on Saturday September 17th ( rain date the 18th ) on Nantasket Avenue in Hull, MA from Noon - 5pm for the best late summer beach party anywhere in New England. This event is free to the public with free parking provided by the DCR right at the festival.
Great Food: Eat at over 25 restaurants from clam chowder and lobster rolls to hot dogs and sushi. Hull boasts the best seaside restaurants in Massachusetts. This festival isn't about just fried dough and pizza. You will sample delicious treats from the Mediterranean to Vietnam, as well as seafood to ribs.
Shopping and Artists: Hull features many unique shopping experiences and some of the best artists on the South Shore. Take home an original painting or piece of Paragon Park memorabilia. Start your holiday shopping early and have something special from Nantasket Beach. Visit the Hull Artist Studio Connection at the Bernie King Pavilion.
Entertainment: Enjoy live music on the AQUARION SOUND STAGE with music sponsored by Pyne Koehane, Barefoot Bob's, Daddy's Beach Club, Riddles, Lobster Express, Struzz 7, Save the Harbor Save the Bay, Sea Dog, Paragon Grill.
Music Down the Avenue: Listen to all live music, contests and important announcements all the way throughout the festival. "Music Down the Avenue" is brought to you courtesy of Carousels and Ships Gift Shops, and Robelle Industries.
Contests & Fun:Rockland Trust Kid's Street Art Competition, the Daddy's Dogs Hot Dog Eating Competition, and the Pizza Box Pizza Eating Contest. Take a ride on the Roaming Railroad brought to you by
Nantasket Hotel at the Beach, or visit
Touch a Truck courtesy of Hull Fire, Hull Municipal Light Plant, Hull Police.
CONVENIENT FREE PARKING COURTESY OF THE DCR.
50/50 Plus Raffle: last year's winner brought home $2500.
Sponsorships: Give your company great visibility while helping support our community businesses, schools and non-profits. more information....
Visit The HULL TIMES: Since the beginning of this event, The Hull Times has been a pivotal partner in the promotion of Endless Summer and the sharing of event information especially during date changes due to bad weather. Click their logo to sign up for your Hull Times, and get their online paper too!