The Feast of the Blessed Sacrament has finally arrived. The celebration is taking over Madeira Field in New Bedford.

The feast committee is proud to put on what is known as the biggest Portuguese feast in the world, bigger even than the ones in Portugal.

The feast is full of food and wine. Lots and lots of Madeira wine. You'll also see a few Budweiser cups along the way at the feast this weekend.

One thing that no one wants to see, however, is people having too much to drink and getting behind the wheel of a car.  In these days of ride-sharing, there is really no excuse for drinking and driving.

In addition to the typical solutions, if you've found that you've had too much to drink, South Coast Towing is offering free rides home from the feast to anyone who needs one this weekend.

"(The feast) has been in my history since I've been a native of New Bedford," South Coast Towing owner Chris Medeiros said. "We always went there.  Obviously, we want to be a part of the community, and this is a great way for us to give back. It's like a reunion no matter what year you graduated."

Medeiros will enable his fleet of South Coast Towing wreckers to give feastgoers "safe rides home."

Medeiros said he plans on offering those rides as a public service during the feast's hours of operation Thursday through Sunday.

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