Boston Calling Music Festival, which takes place Memorial Day weekend May 22, 23 and 24, 2015 at the city’s historic City Hall Plaza is making available a very limited number of its 2015 3-Day passes at a special Holiday Presale this Friday, November 21 at 12PM EST.
“We are offering this special sale to the fans of Boston Calling as a way of saying thank you for two amazing years and many more festivals to come,” says Crash Line Productions and festival co-founder Brian Appel.
May 2015 will mark the fifth Boston Calling, produced twice a year (May & September) by Crash Line Productions; the festival has earned the praises of nearly 150,000 fans since its inception in May 2013. Boston Calling has received glowing reviews from the likes of Rolling Stone and The Boston Globe for everything from its quality production to its versatile lineup. As with the festival’s first two years, May 2015 promises to bring a heavy hitting lineup of nationally acclaimed artists to Boston. Former headliners include Fun., The National, Vampire Weekend, Kendrick Lamar, Jack Johnson, Death Cab for Cutie, The Replacements, Lorde and The Roots as well as local and emerging artists. If you’d like to know more about the festival, check out a recap of September 2014’s Boston Calling here: http://youtu.be/HsHHaTYdy_o. The May 2015 3-day lineup will be announced early next year.
“We’re very excited about Boston Calling in 2015 and May’s festival in particular is always a great way to kick off the summer. Memorial Day weekend in Boston gives people the chance to see some of the most incredible artists in the world, all performing right here in downtown Boston,” Appel added.
Holiday Pre-sale Details: General Admission 3-Day passes are $140 and VIP 3-Day passes are $275, a significant discount from the upcoming general on-sale prices. Each order will receive a limited edition Boston Calling Winter knit hat, produced exclusively for the festival by ’47Brand. Holiday Presale passes will be on sale this Friday, November 21, 2014 at 12PM EST online.
Published by FestPop Staff Writer Karli Jaenike Send Comments to: [email protected]