|THREE-DAY TICKETS ON SALE TOMORROW,
FRIDAY MAY 1st AT 10AM EST
April 30, 2015 – Boston, MA – Boston Calling is excited to announce the new dates for its September 2015 festival: September 25 – 27, 2015. The new weekend dates are moved back later in September, in order to better accommodate all of the returning student population that arrives in Boston. In addition, the festival announces a special pre-sale for this September’s festival with three-day tickets available for purchase online beginning tomorrow, May 1 at 10AM EST, while quantities last, at www.ticketmaster.com. The three-day pre-sale tickets are specially priced at $110 for General Admission and $250 for VIP, and will be the lowest priced tickets for the festival. The lineup for September’s festival will be unveiled at the upcoming May festival. Celebrating the announcement of September’s date and the pre-sale news is a just released video, available here.Of the September festival, co-founder Brian Appel says “We’re excited to unveil what’s next for Boston Calling; compelling artists coupled with new design elements. We’re proud of where we’ve been and where we are headed.”
Boston Calling is produced bi-annually, with May and September editions, by Crash Line Productions. As with its previous editions, this September’s festival promises to bring a versatile lineup of nationally acclaimed and up-and-coming artists to Boston. Highlights from former September Boston Calling festivals include Lorde, The National, Vampire Weekend, Nas and The Roots, Passion Pit, The Replacements and Kendrick Lamar. The September 2015 three-day lineup will be announced soon. A limited amount of tickets for this May’s Boston Calling (May 22 – 24, 2015) featuring 23 acts including Beck, My Morning Jacket, Pixies, Ben Harper and The Innocent Criminals and more, are still available at www.bostoncalling.com.
Boston Calling has earned the praise of over 150,000 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.
Set on a hill in Downtown Boston and with the city’s skyline as its backdrop, Boston Calling’s locale at City Hall Plaza continues to offer the ideal urban festival vibe. Production highlights include two performance stages, with non-overlapping sets, festival-wide beer experiences from the locally founded and based Samuel Adams, a food pavilion comprised of locally and nationally known food vendors, along with world-class lighting, special effects and design. Boston Calling will also feature a VIP component whereby VIP ticketholders have access to City Hall Courtyard, a 25,000 square foot Mezzanine offering prime views of both stages as well as curated food menus and amenities.
For more details about Boston Calling, please visit www.bostoncalling.com online and follow Boston Calling on Twitter, @Boston_Calling, Instagram, @Boston_Calling, and Facebook www.facebook.com/BostonCalling