Posted by Jason Kaplan on

Well folks, the weekend is upon us. After months of planning and collaborating, we’re proud to welcome over 75 vendors and 10 sponsors to Boston this weekend. Together, we’ve organized our largest event ever—with one-of-a-kind experiences never offered before.

Over the next two days, over 5,000 attendees will learn the names and faces behind dozens of American-made brands. They’ll try on denim with hand-stitched seams. Sample stone-shaped spoons. Test-drive American-made vehicles. And wash it all down with American-brewed beer and spirits.

Across the table, they’ll find our vendors, who have been busy throughout the summer preparing. They come in all sizes, from international brands to small businesses participating in their first public event. Some are returning to American Field, while others are joining us for the first time. All, however, meet on common ground, united by a shared passion for making things the right way.

Beyond all else, this weekend will be terrific fun. As we often say, American Field is not a trade show. It's a celebration of trade. Join the celebration this weekend. 

We hope to see you in the field.


Address: 21-25 Drydock Ave  Boston, MA


Cost:FREE and Open to the public


Public Transit: American Field is located on the Silver Line, SL2 Branch, Dry Dock Avenue stop. The Silver Line is accessible via South Station, located on the Red Line.

Bike: There are two Hubway stations located directly on Drydock Avenue adjacent to American Field, and there are ample locations for safely locking your bicycle.

Foot: 5min walk from Harpoon Brewery, 10min walk from Seaport WTC and harbor-side restaurants, 20min walk from South Station

Car: From Downtown Boston: American Field is located on Drydock Avenue, one mile down Summer Street from the intersection of Summer and Atlantic directly adjacent to South Station.

From 90: Take exit 25. Follow Mass Haul Road until the traffic circle, taking the first exit from the circle onto Northern Avenue. Proceed to the end of Northern Avenue and take a right onto Tide Street, followed by a left onto Drydock Avenue.

From 93: Take exit 20 towards South Station. Proceed past South Station and take a right onto Summer Street. Continue for one mile down Summer Street.

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