FILM FESTIVAL CURATED BY ACADEMY
AWARD-WINNING ACTRESS NATALIE PORTMAN AND MORE
TICKETS ON SALE TOMORROW, JUNE 2ND AT 10AM EST AT
June 1, 2016 – Boston, MA – Boston Calling Music Festival announces a Superfan Pre-Sale for its May 2017 edition, which recently revealed a new location: Allston at the fields at Harvard University’s Athletics Complex (65 North Harvard Street, Boston). This past weekend’s May 2016 Boston Calling, which featured incredible performances from Sia, Disclosure, Janelle Monae, Sufjan Stevens, Haim and more, was the final installment of the popular festival on Boston’s City Hall Plaza. In celebration of this exciting move, Boston Calling is releasing 1,000 Three-Day tickets for a special Superfan Pre-Sale taking place tomorrow, June 2nd with tickets on sale at 10am EST at www.bostoncalling.com.
There will be no September edition in 2016, as the festival will now take place once a year on Memorial Day weekend. A press image of Boston Calling’s May 2017 site can be downloaded here.
This exciting move in venue for Boston Calling enables the festival to expand its programming – featuring a combination of music, film, comedy, and visual art. Boston Calling will build upon its diverse lineup of music with Aaron Dessner continuing as music curator, expand its comedic programming, introduce a new film festival segment curated by Academy Award-winning actress, producer and director Natalie Portman, and add visual art/
Stay tuned for Boston Calling’s May 2017 lineup as well as more details about the festival’s new location.
Tickets: Three-Day tickets for May 2017’s Superfan Pre-Sale are on sale tomorrow, June 2nd at 10am EST at www.bostoncalling.com. Three-Day General Admission Tickets are $129 and Three-Day VIP Tickets are $229. These are the lowest ticket prices offered for May 2017’s festival and only 1,000 tickets will be made available at these special prices.
Boston Calling has earned the praise of over 300,000 fans since its first edition in May of 2013 and has received glowing reviews from the likes of Rolling Stone and The Boston Globe for everything from its versatile lineup to its quality of production.
Crash Line Productions is a Boston-based entertainment production company that owns and produces dozens of events each year. Formed in 2012 by Brian Appel and Mike Snow, Crash Line Productions continues to build its event platform around the annual Boston Calling Music Festival, Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival in Eau Claire, Wisconsin and the new Copenhagen Beer Celebration in Boston.