#RidetheLine will kick off at 9 p.m. at Savin Hill Bar & Kitchen and wind down at 2 a.m. at O'Sushi. In between stops, participants can experience music and dancing on the MBTA, according to Future Boston Executive Director Malia Lazu.
"We're just going to be really free flowing and doing some sing alongs. We've been joking a lot that we plan to play Pharrell's 'Happy' over and over because it's something that everyone can dance to," said Lazu.
Organizers said they will updateTwitter and Instagram with their shenanigans.
The night will also be documented by One Day on Earth, who will join the group in an effort to highlight Boston's status as "a true world class city," one that organizers describe as "culturally rich and economically developing within the creative industries."
#RidetheLine wants to highlight Boston's place as a night-life epicenter. Photo: Future Boston Alliance
"We want to encourage people to travel throughout different neighborhoods, and get to know some great venues throughout Boston," said Lazu.
Organizers are encouraging residents to come and #RidetheLine with them all night; however if people need to meet with them either on the T or at any of the night’s party spaces and places, the agenda for the evening is as follows:
First stop: Savin Hill
9 p.m. – 10:15 p.m. Savin Hill Bar & Kitchen 112 Savin Hill Ave, Dorchester
Dancing to the train: 10:1 5 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.: #RidetheLine to Park Street
Second stop: Park Street
10:30 p.m. – 12 a.m. Silvertone 69 Bromfield St, Boston
Dancing to the train: 12 a.m. – 12:15 a.m. #RidetheLine to Harvard Square