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Calling All Boston Calling Fans

Calling All Boston Calling Fans

Boston Calling will celebrate its 10th festival with headlining performances from Twenty One Pilots, Tame Impala and Travis Scott on Memorial Day weekend. Boston Calling had its first festival on City Hall plaza in 2012 and used to host a fall and a spring event. As the festival grew and eventually moved to Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston, organizers decided to host one event per year.

Brandi Carlile, who is set to perform on Sunday, May 26, and the bands Tame Impala, which will headline on Saturday, May 26, and Chvrches, which will play on Sunday, have all played the festival before.

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Here’s what you need to know about the festival before you go:

DATES: Friday – May 24; Saturday – May 25; Sunday – May 26; various times & stages

LOCATION: Harvard Athletic Complex, Allston, MA

SCHEDULE: For a complete line-up please visit the Boston Calling site here

TICKETS: Click here for tickets

PARKING: Parking is minimal at best. Main Entrance is located at 65 N. Harvard St., Allston, MA and I would highly recommend taking the T (Red Line) to the Harvard Square station. From there it’s an easy 10 minute walk to the main entrance. You can also take the Commuter Rail into Boston Landing Station on the Worcester Line. From there, it’s just a 1.1 mile walk.

FOOD & BEVERAGE: Aside from the music (obviously…) is what will be available for eating and drinking! From Tasty Burger, Roxy’s Grilled Cheese, El Pelon and the Sausage Guy – there will be culinary options for everyone! For a complete list of vendors, click here. To quench your thirst, beer, wine, spiked seltzer and much more will be available – specifics here.

What you SHOULD bring to the festival:

  • Sunscreen (non aerosol)
  • Hats
  • Sunglasses
  • Non-professional film and digital cameras
  • (1) Factory-sealed bottle of water (non-glass container, up to 1 gallon in size)
  • A small clear plastic bag (no backpacks are allowed inside the festival)
  • Valid Driver’s License for will-call and/or to purchase alcohol
  • Comfortable footwear (shoes or sandals must be worn to enter festival grounds)

What you SHOULD NOT bring to the festival:

  • Drugs, drug paraphernalia or illegal substances of any kind
  • Cigarettes, Cigars, Lighters or Tobacco of any kind – Boston Calling is a No Smoking Festival. Due to the composition of some of the fields, cigarettes will not be permitted on site and will be confiscated.  This includes Juul’s & Vap pens
  • Large bags/ large backpacks (bags can be no larger than 12” x 12”)
  • Weapons of any kind (or anything deemed a weapon by security)
  • Professional cameras & recording devices (no SLR/DSLR or cameras with detachable lenses)
  • Illegal substances
  • Squirt guns, misters, spray bottles, etc
  • Laser pens and similar focused-light devices
  • Chairs / Strollers
  • Cans, canteens, flasks, hydration backpacks (empty water bottles will be allowed)
  • Pets (only approved service dogs)
  • Bicycles, scooters, personal motorized vehicles
  • Musical instruments
  • Sleeping bags, tarps, or blankets (no overnight camping)
  • Umbrellas
  • Any container of liquid other than 1 factory sealed bottle of water (plastic only)
  • Totem poles or flag sticks
  • Walkie Talkies
  • Fake IDs – they will be confiscated and your wristband will be cut without refund.

This weekend concert event never disappoints – enjoy!