Boston loves music. With an excellent artistic community, youthful streets and the best college of music in the country, this town knows what sounds good. Keeping this in mind, it’s clear that if there happens to be any sort of gathering or performance centered on great tunes in Boston, curious spectators can count on a great crowd and an amazing atmosphere. For these reasons and more, it’s pretty much a fact that the Boston Calling Music Festival this September will be an absolute blast to attend.
A relatively new music festival, Boston Calling is truly the first of its kind in the city of Boston. Bringing out big name artists to perform at the storied City Hall Plaza creates a wonderful party atmosphere while maintaining Boston’s mature, all-inclusive social nature. The more well known performers of this year’s festival include: Lorde, Childish Gambino, Nas x The Roots, The National, Neutral Milk Hotel, Spoon and more.
This collection is truly incredible. Spread across several genres and sounds, Boston Calling will be putting out sounds suitable to a wide variety of tastes, moods and styles. The dynamic lineup is ideal for music lovers and those less familiar with the different acts. Boston Calling promises a great time where individuals can enjoy acclaimed music and discover something new!
The three-day festival will serenade the city with wonderful sounds in great abundance. For those who are prepared to take in all that Boston Calling has to offer, three-day passes are available for $175. Single day and Weekend passes are also available at reduced prices for those looking to just get a taste.
The incredible collection of performers will take turns on two stages throughout the course of the event. Food vendors will be scattered between.
Boston Calling is happening right in the heart of the city. With the skyline surrounding and the lively metropolitan atmosphere surrounding, this promises to be one of the best urban music festivals this year.