Boston Calling 2019 Lineup | How to Get Cheap Boston Calling Tickets

Boston Calling is one of the biggest music festivals in the country and is held annually in Allston, MA, right at the Harvard Athletic Complex. This year’s lineup is incredible, and perhaps the best in the festival’s short six-year history.

With an incredible lineup and reputation for being one of the best music festivals in the northeast every year, fans who are looking to make it out always have plenty of questions before deciding to buy tickets, so we at TickPick have included important information about Boston Calling in the blog below.

when is Boston Calling 2019?

Boston Calling is held annually over Memorial Day weekend in May. It’s scheduled to span the weekend of Friday, May 24th through Sunday, May 26th.

When do Boston calling 2019 tickets go on sale?

The official lineup has just been revealed ahead of the tickets officially going on sale on Thursday, January 10th. If you’re unable to purchase Boston Calling tickets before they sell out this year, be sure to check out TickPick for the cheapest Boston Calling tickets that never include any service fees.

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How to Purchase Boston Calling Passes When They Go on Sale

First thing’s first. You’ll want to get an account on Front Gate Tickets, the official primary seller for Boston Calling tickets.

Before purchasing, be sure to read up on the rules and regulations when it comes to buying tickets, ticket limits, etc. There are a lot. We’ve highlighted the main ones here, but it’s always good to know all the intricate details and really understand what you may be looking to buy, so check out the official FAQ page for answers to any of your questions.

Boston Calling 2019 Lineup

 

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While information about which performers are playing their set on which day isn’t yet available, the lineup above is available to the public and fans should be thrilled with what they’ll see at this festival. Headliners will be performers like Twenty One Pilots, who have had some of the most successful tour runs of the last decade in the past few years. Tame Impala is another headliner, and their style of music is perfect for this type of festival setting. Travis Scott will also be headlining, and he’s had perhaps the biggest year of any artist in the game right now, with sales of his hit album Astroworld through the roof, as well as ticket sales for his current tour in insanely high demand. Odesza will be performing to satiate fans of electronic music, and in general, they put on one of the best live performances of any act that can play a festival setting. Some other gems will be Logic, Greta Van Fleet, Hozier and Janelle Monae, among many others.

what kinds of passes can be purchased for Boston Calling?

General Admission (3-Day) – $249

Allows entrance and access to all shows to be performed on 3 stages over all three days of the festival, as well as access to over 30 food and beer & wine vendors.

VIP (3-Day) – $599

Grants the same access as GA passes above, plus exclusive viewing areas and entrances, access to the VIP lounge, special shower and air-conditioned restroom facilities with attendants, fast pass entrance to the festival, and much more.

Platinum (3-Day) – $1,099

All of the same access as the VIP passes above, plus up-close & exclusive elevated viewing of the stages, access to the platinum lounge with a shaded seating area and a complimentary full-service bar with beer, wine & cocktails, and complimentary on-site parking pass for each day.

More general Boston Calling information to note:
  • Festival gates open at 2:30pm on Friday and the music will end at 11pm, while gates will open at 12pm on Saturday & Sunday, with music ending at 11pm, as well
  • Prohibited items include professional cameras & recording devices, chairs, pets, large backpacks/bags bigger than 12″ x 12″, cans, canteens, flasks, and hydration backpacks
  • Keep in mind that if you end up with passes that you can’t use, you can always resell them here on TickPick.

Does Boston Calling have single day tickets?

Most festivals only release full weekend passes – at first.

Once the festival sells out of all of their 3-day passes, Boston Calling has typically released single day tickets for fans who are only looking to catch a single headliner. These single day passes hit the secondary market and do typically cost more than the price-per-day if you purchase the full weekend pass at once, but if you’re only looking to go for one day or can make it one day, it’s worth saving the money and going with the single day.

How To Get the Cheapest Boston Calling Tickets

If you weren’t able to secure tickets through any presales or general sales for Boston Calling, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Tickets can still be purchased from secondary marketplaces, although the prices will not be at face value. With a festival as big as Boston Calling, prices are anticipated to be on the higher side, but that doesn’t mean that good deals can’t be had – if you know where to look.

With high prices come high service fees with many marketplaces, but not TickPick. Here at TickPick we have no service fees, making us your source for the cheapest Boston Calling tickets on the secondary market.  If you have not used TickPick before, you can sign up with the link below for $10 off your first purchase. If you have any questions regarding Boston Calling tickets, feel free to call us at 845-538-4567 or contact us by email at [email protected]


boston calling schedule and ticket prices

Date
Event
May 24TBDBoston Calling Music Festival – 3 Day PassHarvard Athletic Complex – Cambridge, MAFrom $384
May 242:30 PMBoston Calling Music Festival – Friday PassHarvard Athletic Complex – Cambridge, MA
May 2512:00 PMBoston Calling Music Festival – Saturday PassHarvard Athletic Complex – Cambridge, MA
May 2612:00 PMBoston Calling Music Festival – Sunday PassHarvard Athletic Complex – Cambridge, MA

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