An Update On 2015 Boston Calling Festival Ticket Prices

May 7, 2015

(UPDATE 5/7/15) At the end of May, Boston Calling will take over the Boston City Hall Plaza. The three-day festival will start on Friday, May 22 and will run through Sunday, May 25. On the secondary market a three-day pass for Boston Calling tickets is $198.38. Each individual day, however, will have an average price well below $100. Only one day will have an average price above $70, Saturday with an average of $87.34. The festival will feature Beck, My Morning Jacket and Pixies as the day’s three headliners.

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Boston Calling Festival Announces 2015 Lineup

(2/26/15) This Memorial Day will once again see the Boston Calling music festival come around again for their spring festival. The festival will be held at the City Hall Plaza in Boston, Massachusetts. Last year’s spring lineup included some killer headliners including heavy hitters Brand New and Modest Mouse as well as festival favorites Death Cab For Cutie. This year’s headliners include recent grammy winner Beck on Friday night, My Morning Jacket on Saturday night, and the Pixies on Sunday night.  In addition to the indie rock lineups hip hop artists Run The Jewels and iLoveMakonnen will play as well as popular comedy duo Tenacious D fronted by actor Jack Black. Tickets for all three days go for $175 standard and $375 VIP and for just Saturday/Sunday  $135 standard and $350 VIP. Single day passes are also available with Friday night going for $50 and Saturday and Sunday $75 each. For those interested in springing for VIP tickets, the perks include a closer private entrance, private bathrooms, food, and a private bar. A complete list of the festival lineup separated by day can be found listed below


Friday May 22nd


Tame Impala

Sharon Van Etten


Saturday May 23rd

My Morning Jacket

Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals

St. Vincent

Marina & The Diamonds

Gerard Way

Tove Lo

Run The Jewels




Sunday May 24th


Tenacious D

TV on The Radio

Vance Joy

Jason Isbell

Chet Faker

The Lone Bellow



The Ballroom Thieves