Boston Calling 2017

Book tickets

May 26 - May 28 2017

Allston, Massachusetts (Harvard Athletic Complex)

$245 (GA); $499 (VIP)

This year, Boston Calling more than doubles its number of music acts with an exciting collection of 45 performances, which once again have been assembled by founding member of The National, Aaron Dessner. This year also marks a historic change for Boston Calling; it will be held for the first time at the fields of Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston (65 North Harvard Street, Boston) on Memorial Day Weekend, May 26-28, 2017. The new location allows Boston Calling to greatly expand as a multi-disciplinary festival: this year, in addition to its 45 act lineup performing across three outdoor stages, it will add a comedy festival curated by Hannibal Buress, along with comprehensive food, drink, and visual arts components.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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