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Ferragosto 2015 - September 13th 2015 - Arthur Avenue in the Bronx.


Ferragosto 2015 - September 13th, 2015 (12pm - 6pm)

Arthur Avenue, Little Italy In the Bronx, New York

Ferragosto is the most celebrated Italian festival, and Little Italy in the Bronx is proud to host it every year. Come & enjoy great Italian food, drinks and entertainment, including special guests and surprises throughout the day. Everyone is welcome!

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Location:
187th Street & Arthur Avenue
Bronx, New York 10458
Parking:
Fordham University short-term lot, located at 685 East Fordham Road.
The shuttle runs from 11 am to 7 pm from Arthur Ave and 187th to the Fordham lot entrance on Fordham Road. No charge for the shuttle.

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Past Events

Ferragosto - Arthur Avenue, Little Italy In the Bronx

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Ferragosto 2010 - September 12, 2010

Thanks to everyone who came out for Ferragosto 2010. Despite the rain we all had a great time, and it is always great to see our great fans. We appreciate the support.
Click here for Pictures from Ferragosto 2010 >>


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Ferragosto 2009 - September 13, 2009

In 2009, 17,000 people attended Ferragosto , enjoying great Italian food and entertainment.
Click here for Pictures from Ferragosto 2009 >>


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Ferragosto 2008 - September 7, 2008

Review from www.inabbondanza.com:
"If you missed Ferragosto 2008 in the Belmont area of the Bronx (also known as Little Italy in the Bronx), you missed out on a fun filled cultural event for the entire family.This wasn't your average Italian street fair; it wasn't filled with outside vendors that come in, setup shop for the day and then disappear into the night. This was something much more personal. This was a true display of Italian pride; and a true display of community and camaraderie that you seldom see or feel at a street fair in a city of this size.The majority of the "street" vendors at this event were actually neighborhood businesses. Restaurants had their tables outside allowing patrons to dine al fresco in the beautiful weather we all hoped and prayed for. Customers lined up twenty deep to buy fresh zeppole. Meanwhile, there was plenty of activity over at Cosenza's Fish Market where patrons enjoyed raw seafood specialties; and the businesses from the Arthur Avenue Retail Market (Mike's Deli) were out in full force too - selling fresh grilled sausage, pinwheels, and roast suckling pig, among a variety of the other Italian specialty food products." Read more >>