Boston Calling has dropped the mic on the full lineup of artists performing this summer, and it’s music to our ears.
The 12th edition of the three-day festival is happening Memorial Day weekend at the Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston.
Without further ado, here are the headliners we’ve all been waiting for:
- Friday, May 26: Foo Fighters + Yeah Yeah Yeahs
- Saturday, May 27: The Lumineers + Alanis Morissette
- Sunday, May 28: Paramore + Queens of the Stone Age
There will be a total of 20 performances from artists with local ties. One of those artists is Vermont native Noah Kahan, the singer and songwriter behind some of our favorite lyrics of all time: “I’m mean because I grew up in New England.”
This year, all tickets will be released at the same time during the pre-sale — sign up now and mark your calendars for tomorrow at 10 a.m. to get three-day (starting at $300) or single-day tickets (starting at $140).
For those who want to step up the festival-going experience, there is a new GA+ offering this year. You’ll be able to upgrade your ticket to gain access to the Thomas Tew VIP Reserve Lounge and keep cool in the shade while you sip craft cocktails from the cash bar.
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