For the 103rd time at the Fisherman’s Feast, the Madonna del Soccorso di Sciacca statue was carried through the streets of the North End in an 8-hour procession held on Sunday, August 18, 2013. The festivities and devotion were accompanied by several marching bands and a homemade fisherman’s float. The Fisherman’s Feast is the North End’s oldest continuously running Italian festival and one of the largest with four days of festivities on North, Lewis and Fleet Streets. See more posts from the Fisherman’s Feast.

Photos by Matt Conti. Click any image for full screen slideshow. View high resolution gallery and print options.

Photos by Matt Conti. View high resolution gallery and print options.

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  1. Hi How Wonderful to see all the Beautiful Pictures and Family. Proud to be an Italian I wish I was there to celebrate .Fisherman’s Feast is my Favorite. Beautiful Pictures of the Madonna Del Soccorso.

  2. Fabulous Photos~~~Will be able to Re-Live the Fisherman’s Feast 2013 all year long !!!
    Thank You All~~Society Members, Merchants, Committee’s Families, Devoted Friends, Boston Police~~~all the way to the City of Boston’s Clean-Up Crew~~~for the Hard work and sacrifices they contributed to the Success of Another Wonderful Feast !!

    VIVA LA MADONNA !!!!

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