Everyone loves music. If you do too, then Boston is calling you! Boston Calling, the City’s only music festival features some of the biggest artistes alongside budding ones. Scheduled to take place over three days in September, Boston Calling will surely leave you enthralled musically. So if you want to experience Boston’s only live music festival, plan your vacation or trip to the city in September. If you simply want to attend music festival, book your tickets now.
Where and When
Boston Calling will be a 3-day event, with two-stages. Guests will have easy access to both the stages. The event will be held at the City Hall Plaza in Boston, on September 5, 6 and 7. The event is open to all and is free for kids aged less than 10. Tickets for the events are available online. You can choose to go for the general entrance or the VIP entrance. There is also a skybox you can book if you want to enjoy the concert with your group. Weekend passes cost a little more than the weekday ones. Tickets start at as low as $50.
There are 3-day passes that allow you access to the stages through the festival, if you are exclusively visiting the city for Boston Calling.
Boston Calling 2014 Line up
Boston Calling 2013 saw bigger names like Jack Johnson and Death Cab for Cutie, when the event had a huge turnout. This year’s Boston Calling has an interesting line-up of artistes performing for you.
The list includes bands and artistes like The National, Lorde, Neutral Milk Hotel, The Replacements, Spoon, Girl Talk, Future Islands, Childish Gambino, The 1975, Twenty One Pilots, The Hold Steady, Volcano Choir, Lake Street Drive, Bleachers and Sky Ferreira among others. The lineup is updated on the site regularly, so you can find out who is playing and who is not at the event.
Music, food and party
Boston may not be as attractive as New York or even Los Angeles when it comes to events like music and movie festivals. But Boston Calling is one music festival that draws youngsters and adults who love music from the city and around it for three full days. Boston Calling includes music, food and fun. Students from hundreds of colleges attend the festival, which make Boston Calling a great place to get together with your friends to enjoy some music, food and drink.
The festival will also have acts ranging on different themes by lesser-known start-ups as well as the highly popular groups and performance artists in the country.