Boston Calling Adds Oktoberfest Theme

Oktoberfest
 Adding yet another fun component to its September Festival, Boston Calling announces today that it is incorporating the Samuel Adams annual Boston Octoberfest celebration into its three-day music festival this September 5 – 7, 2014.
Boston Calling ticketholders who are 21+ will now be able to enjoy the festival in true Samuel Adams Octoberfest style, including its popular seasonal beer, stein-hoisting competitions, and traditional German fare such as warm pretzels and grilled sausages. Boston Calling anticipates another unique and exciting festival with performances over three days by the likes of The National, Lorde, and Nas x The Roots. Now in its second year and fourth installment, Boston Calling takes place at City Hall Plaza [One City Hall Square, Boston, Massachusetts]; www.bostoncalling.com 
Fans are encouraged to dust off their German lederhosen and dirndls, and come to Boston Calling dressed in costume to partake in the Octoberfest bash within the festival.  In addition to stein hoisting, attendees will be able to immortalize the moment in a Samuel Adams Octoberfest photo booth and enjoy plenty of lawn games in a beer hall setting.  For Samuel Adams, the Fall festival is part of a year-long 30th Anniversary celebration and for attendees, it will be the ultimate Octoberfest event and craft beer experience, complete with access to various Samuel Adams brews.
Boston Calling’s September 2014 line-up is as follows. For full enjoyment, there are no overlapping sets.

Friday September 5, 2014

The National

Neutral Milk Hotel

Future Islands

Saturday September 6, 2014

Lorde

Childish Gambino

Girl Talk

Volcano Choir

The Hold Steady

Bleachers

Sky Ferreira

S. Carey

Clifflight

Sunday September 7, 2014

Nas x The Roots

The Replacements

Spoon

The 1975

Twenty One Pilots

Lake Street Dive

The War on Drugs

White Denim

San Fermin

Gentlemen Hall


By  Lauren Rogers, FestPop Sr. Editor
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