Boston Calling: Fall Festival 2014

Book tickets

Sep 05 - Sep 07 2014

Boston, Massachusetts (City Hall Plaza)

$150 (3-Day); $250 (VIP)

Produced by Crash Line Productions, Boston Calling will once again deliver 22 live performances this September. As with the festival’s first three editions, September’s lineup was co-curated by Aaron Dessner, the acclaimed songwriter and multi-instrumentalist of The National.

The festival will also hold a May edition from May 23rd – 25th.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

Coming Soon!

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