Boston Calling Will Return Memorial Day Weekend 2014

No lineup has been announced for the third edition of this hugely successful music festival, but Super Early Bird weekend passes go on sale tomorrow.

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PASSION PIT HEADLINED DAY 2 OF THE SECOND BOSTON CALLING THIS PAST WEEKEND. (PHOTO BY OLGA KHVAN)

Boston music lovers, rejoice—Boston Calling music festival will return in the spring for round three.

Earlier this afternoon, Crash Line Productions announced the dates for the third edition of its largely successful music festival at City Hall Plaza—Memorial Day weekend, May 24 and 25, 2014.

As a special thank you to fans who supported and attended the festival—tens of thousands at both the inaugural one in May and the second edition this past weekend—Boston Calling is offering a limited number of Super Early Bird tickets, going on sale tomorrow at 10 a.m. These tickets will grant buyers a general admission weekend pass for $75 and include a silkscreen poster from the last festival. Additionally, the festival will randomly select lucky buyers and upgrade them to VIP.

There’s just one catch—no artists have been announced for May’s lineup.

But the folks at Boston Calling promise not to disappoint.

“As with May and September, the festival promises to bring a heavy hitting lineup of national artists to the heart of Boston,” says the press release. “While bands will not be announced for a few months, ticket buyers can count on a strong weekend of music similar in style to May’s debut festival.”

Super Early Bird general admission weekend passes go on sale tomorrow at 10 a.m. EST and can be purchased online only at bostoncalling.com or ticketmaster.com.

  • Kylie

    I loved Boston Calling, but I fail to understand why someone would spend $75 when you don’t know who the lineup is yet or if you’ll like them even if is similar to last year.

  • Jaime

    There’s so much great live local music and festivals, why spend money on something in such a terrible location for sound quality cramped with so many people? The bands booked for Boston Calling are fair, not great.