The Boston Fish Markets has a 100-year anniversary celebration planned for June, and the Boston Beer Company is teaming up with the city to host a parade to celebrate the occasion.
The celebration, which will be held from noon to 2 p.m. at the Boston Aquarium, will be the first time the two businesses have collaborated to bring the two together, said Bethan Matson, president and chief executive officer of Boston Beer.
“We have been working on this partnership since 2013, and it’s been an amazing journey for Boston Beer and Boston Fish markets,” she said in a statement.
“We’re proud to partner with Boston Fish and the city on this celebration, and to celebrate their 100th anniversary.”
The celebration will feature performances by the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Symphony Orchestra of Boston and the City of Boston.
Bettina Matson will lead the parade with the Boston Fire Department and members of the Boston Police Department, the Boston Bruins, the Bruins’ home team, the MBTA, and other local and national organizations.
Boston Beer is also planning a special anniversary celebration at the same time, the company said.
The Boston Beer Festival will be open to the public from May 29 to June 6, and will feature food trucks, music, a beer garden, and live entertainment.
The celebration is expected to draw hundreds of people, according to the company.
The Boston Beer festival is open to all ages.