2019 just started, but Boston Calling has already reveled it’s plans for Memorial Day weekend. The festival, now in it’s 10th iteration, has revealed one of the more diverse lineup to date for the event.
On the music side of the festival, Boston Calling is going to be packed in 2019 with massive acts. The headliners for the weekend — May 24th through May 26th — will include Twenty One Pilots, Travis Scott, and Tame Impala.
Outside of these headliners, Boston Calling will showcase more than 55 performances across four stages, so there will plenty of music in store for attendees. There will be appearances by other high-profile artists such as Logic, Janelle Monae, Greta Van Fleet, Guster, Turnstile, Pale Waves, and many more.
But Boston Calling is more than just the music side of things, as there is a Comedy and Entertainment lineup. For comedy, Michael Che, Fred Armisen, and Jenny Slate will be headlining. Non-comedy performances for this side of the festival will include a series of performances by the Boston Ballet, and a spoken word performance by Imogen Heap.
Three day passes are on-sale now for $264, while VIP three-day passes (which include perks such as a quicker entrance, VIP lounge with a full bar, air conditioned bathrooms) will run you $629, and platinum VIP three-day passes (including the aforementioned VIP perks, as well as elevated views of the two main stages, premium food and drink options, exclusive merch) are also available for $1,129. You can purchase tickets here, and act quick as prices are set to gradually increase over time as we get closer to the festival.
Twenty One Pilots
Greta Van Fleet
Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals
Rainbow Kitten Surprise
Christine and the Queens
Big Red Machine
Tank and the Bangas
Chromeo (DJ set)
Gang of Youths
SOB x RBE
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
Comedy and Entertainment lineup: