SoFree (Sober and Alcohol-Free Events)

What are you doing this weekend? Sometimes it's fun to do something different. Here are some options on campus, nearby in Davis Square, or a short T ride away in Boston.

At Tufts Year Round

List of upcoming events sponsored by Tufts Student Organizations. 

Discounted AMC movie passes, Charlie Cards, and more!

Tufts Tickets is the student organization ticketing system managed by the Office for Campus Life.

Tufts Film Series shows 35mm big screen movies (with full distribution rights) over the weekend (Friday, Saturday nights) as a way to bring Tufts students together in a relaxed environment. Most of all, it is free to all members of the Tufts community.

  • The Commons Late Night Dining

The Commons Marketplace Late Night is open on Friday and Saturday between 9 p.m. and 1 a.m.

Public concerts and events sponsored by the Tufts Music Department.

Upcoming games and events sponsored by Tufts University Athletics. 

Around Town

The Somerville Theater is an independent theater and  concert venue in Davis Square featuring movies, live events, special events, and the Museum of Bad Art!

Public tours are offered 7 days a week for $6 and depart from the Taza Chocolate Factory Store, 561 Windsor Street, Somerville. Online reservations required.

Room Escape Adventures are team building activities that create scenarios where participants must rely on each other, their ability to communicate and their creative genius to escape a room. Located at 628 Somerville Avenue, Somerville.

Shopping, restaurants, movie theater and more! 

Sky Zone in Everett, Massachusetts, is a top Boston destination for all ages fun fitness disguised as family entertainment! We are conveniently located 15 minutes by car from downtown Boston and accessible by public transportation (Wellington Stop on the Orange line + 15 walk). We are a five-minute drive from Assembly Square. 

Phoenix Multisport fosters a supportive, physically active community for individuals who are recovering from alcohol and substance abuse and those who choose to live a sober life. Through pursuits such as climbing, hiking, running, strength training, yoga, road/mountain biking, socials and other activities, we seek to help our members develop and maintain the emotional strength they need to stay sober.


To Davis Square, SMFA, and Boston Avenue.

The Tufts University Police Department offers a service called the Tufts SafeRide. The service is provided seven days a week, from sunset to sunrise, primarily using a van and/or officers on foot. The SafeRide service is provided between on campus locations, into neighborhoods within the SafeRide service area and to the Davis Square MBTA station when the on campus “Joey” shuttle is not in operation. This free service is open to all members of the Tufts University community.

Information about Tufts Bike and Hubway rentals, bike maps, and local bike shops.

Keep up to date with all of Boston's mode of transportation with these mobile apps.

Find detailed directions on the MBTA to your destination.