Walking City Event Production has over 20 years of experience in live, and taped meetings and event productions of the highest caliber. Our full range of services covers an extensive inventory of event needs. From Corporate Events to Meeting Planning, Concerts, Commercials and Award shows, our experience can execute and enhance your project. 

We have experience in over 150 televised and non-televised events including:

• Holcim Foundation Awards for Sustainable Construction for North America
• The Academy Awards
• The 1996 Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the 26th Olympiad
• The Emmy Awards
• The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
• The 9-11 New York Commemorations
• Live Earth: The Concerts for a Climate in Crisis
• The Mark Twain Prize for American Humor
• The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for American Song
• A Performance at the White House: The Dance Theater of Harlem
• The 2004 Republican and Democratic National Conventions

Our Corporate Meeting and Events experience spans from small to convention size with expert professionals.

About the President and CEO, Diana Barton:
Diana is a Hollywood veteran with more than 20 years of experience in live and taped events such as The Academy Awards, The Emmy Awards, the 26th Olympiad Opening and Closing Ceremonies, and many more. Diana’s roles in the television and movie industries include Script Supervisor, Production Supervisor, Associate Director, Coordinating Producer and Producer. She is also a proud member of the Directors Guild of America (television). Although Diana spent most of her career in Los Angeles working, in 2002 she decided to come back to New England to start a new adventure. Walking City was born out of a need for services and equipment she saw in that area. This depth of elite experience lends a greater sophistication to any Walking City venue.

Go Walking City / Go Green
Additionally, our production rental agreement includes the use of recycling bins during production, and the responsible disposal of the waste after production wraps.

And Boston has been nicknamed, “the walking city,” to reflect the ease of walking to visit historic sites, art and cultural centers, and world-class shopping and dining. It is both pedestrian and cosmopolitan.