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Finally, a festival that caters to me and all my late night sweet treat lovers.

Ice cream is the greatest dessert of all time. Not even a debate.

The only negative thing about ice cream is that there is an inevitable end to your bowl or cone.

But what if there wasn't?

The Jimmy Fund Scooper Bowl is back and sweeter than ever. Taking place at Patriot Place in Foxborough, Massachusetts, this is an all-you-can-eat ice cream festival, according to the Gillette stadium website.

Oh, did I mention this is the largest festival of its kind in the nation? Because it is.

According to the website, the New England tradition has raised more than $7.1 million to support cancer care and research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

This year, in addition to unlimited ice cream, Patriot Place will have more sweet treats, live entertainment, and extra fun. Plus, Patriot Place is loaded with other fun things, sites to see, restaurants, and more.

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In 2019, 55 different flavors were served. For 2022, a laundry list of flavors from various ice cream makers are already on the list: a variety from Ben and Jerry's, Bliss, Bart's, Buon! Per Te, The Farmers Cow, Gifford's, Hood, Edy's Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup, Haagen-Dazs, Oreo from Oreo Frozen Desserts, Lactaid, and two flavors from Shake Shack, according to the Scooper Bowl website.

This epic and sweet ice cream festival will be between 12:00 PM and 8:00 PM on Saturday, June 18, 2022.

Tickets for the event can be purchased through Ticketmaster for $20.

For more information about the event, please visit www.scooperbowl.org

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