Spring Events Happening in Provincetown, MA

Provincetown, MA is one of the best places to visit each spring because of the array of events. No matter what your interests, you’re certain to have a lot of fun in this exciting coastal community. Provincetown awaits and is certain to become one of your favorites.

The Crown & Anchor Presents a Starry Night
The Crown & Anchor, April 15th, 8:30 pm

This exciting show features the former winners of Miss Gay Massachusetts USofA. These talented ladies will keep everyone happy in one of P-town’s top nightclubs.

Appearances Green Art Festival
53 Bradford St, May 5 to 13

Appearances Provincetown is a green art festival that strives to bring awareness of the environment to both locals and visitors. Both indoor and outdoor exhibits help raise awareness of the local ecosystem.

Run to the Top
The Pilgrim Monument, date and time TBA

See if you can run to the top of the Pilgrim Monument in this annual event that helps support the Cape Cod Firefighter/EMS Cancer Relief Fund. In addition to the timed run, there are also kids’ activities, raffles and silent auctions, live performances, and concessions.

Twenty Summers at Hawthorne Barn
Hawthorne Barn, May 12 to June 10, various event times

Twenty Summers started in 2014 as part of an effort to restore this former art school. Some of the highlights include conversations featuring artists Marcelle Polednik and Karen Wilkin, discussions with authors Junot Diaz and Jacqueline Woodson, and musical performances by Duncan Sheik and David Wax Museum.

John Rutter’s “Mass of the Children”
Provincetown Town Hall, May 19 to 20, 7 pm

The Outer Cape Chorale and Chamber Singers present this work by one of today’s best-known composers. The Brewster Eddy Elementary Select Chorus will join the Chamber Orchestra for a memorable night of music.

Piano & Organ Celebration
Unitarian Universalist Meeting House of Provincetown, May 28, 5 pm

The annual event celebrates the beauty of piano and organ favorites in one of the city’s historic buildings. This celebration takes place just before a series of concerts that celebrates piano and organ music across various popular musical genres.

If you’re planning a trip to Provincetown this spring, I’d recommend checking out Admiral’s Landing as a place to stay. They are located near Commercial Street and offer plenty of specials and seasonal deals.

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