ALSTON, Mass. (CelebrityAccess) Organizers for the Boston Calling Music Festival announced a lineup for the festival’s 10th year that’s headlined by Twenty One Pilots, Travis Scott and Tame Impala.
This year’s Boston Calling will take place from May 24th through May 26th at the Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston.
The bill for 2019 includes more than 55 performances and the lineup also includes Odesza, Greta Van Fleet, Logic, Hozier, Lord Huron, Anderson Paak, Janelle Monáe and Brandi Carlile among numerous others.
As well, the festival includes a comedy showcase on its indoor arena stage, headlined by Michael Che, Jenny Slate and Fred Armisen.
The festival will also feature a series of performances by the Boston Ballet, one of the best-regarded dance companies in the world.
“Since 2013, we’ve had the privilege of bringing fans nine editions of Boston Calling, featuring hundreds of acts: from world-renowned superstars, to Grammy winners and nominees, to local artists on the rise. We love the artists that have been assembled for 2019, and look forward to welcoming back many of our favorites from past editions. With each Boston Calling, we aim to bring the festival to greater heights and this year is no exception,” said Boston Calling Events, LLC (BCE), Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Brian Appel.
Tickets will be available in a tiered pricing structure this year, with lowest priced tickets on sale beginning today, and gradually increasing as the festival draws closer. A limited number of tickets went on sale during today and are available while supplies last.
The festival is produced by Crash Line Productions, a Boston-based entertainment production company that owns and produces dozens of events each year. Formed in 2012 by Brian Appel and Mike Snow, Boston Calling Events continues to build its event platform around Boston Calling Music Festival.