HubWeek Wraps up with Carnival By magdiela MaTta

HubWeek 2019 was beginning to wind down Thursday night, and just as attendees thought that there couldn't be any more amazing performances, they got to watch one more. HubWeek's last surprise: A Dominican inspired Carnival!

Four people in costumes came out, parading to the center of the tent space. The music got louder and louder as they paraded in. The surprised attendees began dancing to Salsa music.

The crowd danced the night away at the family oriented event, perhaps proving that dance is a universal language as strangers joined in.

One out of the four dancers that came to perform for HubWeek attendees.
As salsa music played, the dancers performed.

Although the event was family oriented, some kids had to leave because they were startled after seeing the performers in their Dominican Carnival themed costumes.

There were also options for people who wanted to be in a "quieter" environment, and it happened to be in the tent next door. The infamous Silent Disco that opened HubWeek reappeared for the closing.
Asmaa Belhaouari, 22, from Revere, Massachusetts, said: "HubWeek is something I go to every year, I look forward to it because it combines all my favorite things like media, technology, and art. It's something that is super inspiring to be around. I learn a lot, I like to be a part of something that is stimulating."

Until next time, HubWeek.

With Boston's Seaport as a backdrop, HubWeek came to a close.