Events

89th Annual Feast of St Rocco
August 10 , 11, 12 2018

Festival Hours: Friday 6-11 pm; Saturday 6-11 pm; Sunday 1-9 pm.
Location: Pearl and Thacher Streets, Malden, MA
Parking: Parking around the streets of the Feast.  Free/residential parking
Located on T Route: Malden Center - Orange Line

Beer and Wine Garden, Raffle, Food, Games and Live Entertainment all weekend. Fun for everyone!

2018 St. Rocco's Feast Save the Date Flyer
89th Annual Feast of St Rocco
August 10th, 11th and 12th, 2018

Festival Hours: Friday 6-11 pm; Saturday 6-11 pm; Sunday 1-9 pm.
Location: Pearl and Thacher Streets, Malden, MA
Parking: Parking around the streets of the Feast.  Free/residential parking
Located on T Route: Malden Center - Orange Line

Beer and Wine Garden, Games, Raffle, Amusements & Live Entertainment All Weekend. Fun for everyone!

Previous Feast Photo Galleries
Take a tour of our past Feasts of Saint Rocco. View the Galleries here.

Donations:
If you are interested in participating in sending dontaions please email stroccomalden@verizon.net at 781-438-0803.

OR...Make your DONATION now! Your contribution will help us with the production of St. Rocco’s Feast.



 

Schedule of Events:

Beatlejuice
The Beatlejuice

Friday, August 10th

6 PM - Stands Open

6:30 PM
: Procession from the Italian-American Citizens Club - Pearl St.

7-11 PM:
Beatlejuice performs live






The Reminisants
The Reminisants

Comedian Dave Russo
Comedian Dave Russo

Saturday, August 11th

6 PM - Stands Open

7-11 PM
- 'Reminisants’ performs live


Special Appearance by comedian Dave Russo!




The New Life Band
New Life Band

Sunday, August 12th

1:00 PM - Stands Open

2-4 PM - Procession with the statue of St. Rocco

4-6 PM - Jambalaya Horns

5-9 PM
- ‘New Life Band’ performs live


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About Saint Rocco

Saint Rocco was born of noble parentage about 1340 A.D. in Montpellier, France. At birth it was noted that he had a red cross-shaped birthmark on the left side of his chest. As a young child, San Rocco showed great devotion to God and the Blessed mother. At an early age, his parents died leaving him an orphan under the care of his uncle, the Duke of Montpellier. Soon after, San Rocco distributed his wealth among the poor and took a vow of poverty.
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