How To Get Boston Calling Tickets and Boston Calling Lineup

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 headliners and lineup are incredible and perhaps the best in the festival’s history.

With an incredible lineup and reputation for being one of the best music festivals in the northeast, fans always have 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 2023?

Boston Calling is held annually over Memorial Day weekend in May. It’s scheduled to span the weekend of Friday, May 26th through Sunday, May 28th.

 

When Do Boston Calling Tickets Go On Sale?

Boston Calling tickets are already on sale. Be sure to check out TickPick for cheap Boston Calling tickets that never include any service fees.

How to Buy Boston Calling Passes 

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. because there are a lot. We’ve highlighted the main ones here. Check out the official FAQ page for answers to any of your questions.

Who is Headlining Boston Calling?

On Friday, the Boston Calling headliners are Foo Fighters and Yeah Yeah Yeahs. On Saturday, the Boston Calling headliners are The Lumineers and Alanis Morissette. Finally, on Sunday, the Boston Calling headliners are Paramore and Queens of the Stone Age. 

Boston Calling 2023 Lineup

The Boston Calling lineup is exciting this year. Some noteworthy performers include The National Niall Horan, Teddy Swims, The Flaming Lips, Bleachers, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Maren Morris, The Beaches, and lots more. See the official Boston Calling lineup page here

What are The Boston Calling Passes?

General Admission (3 Day) – $319.99 + fees

Allows entrance and access to all three stages throughout the festival. Also gives you access to over 30 food vendors plus beer and wine. You’ll get shipped a wristband in the mail. But make sure you don’t lose it, or you’ll have to pay another $20. 

GA Plus (3 Day) – $529.99 + fees

GA+ ticket gets you access to all GA amenities as well as some other perks. GA Plus includes unlimited access to the Thomas Tew Reserve VIP Lounge with seating and shade, cash bar featuring craft cocktails plus expanded beer and wine menu, complimentary water and soft drinks, and upgraded restrooms.

VIP (3 Day) – $999.99 + fees

Grants the same access as GA passes above, but with much more. VIP passes include 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 more.

Platinum (3-Day) – $1,999.99 + fees

Includes the same access as the VIP passes above, plus more. These include an up-close and 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 and cocktails, and complimentary on-site parking pass for each day.

Are There Single Day Boston Calling Tickets?

Yes, there are single day Boston Calling tickets available here on TickPick and from their website. We’ll break it down for you here.

  • General Admission – $149.99 + fees
  • GA Plus – $249.99 + fees
  • VIP – $399.99 + fees
  • Platinum – $999.99 + fees

More Boston Calling Information

  • Festival gates open at 1:00 pm on all three days
  • Music ends at 10:45 each day
  • Prohibited items include professional cameras and recording devices, chairs, pets, large backpacks/bags bigger than 12″ x 12″, cans, canteens, flasks, and hydration backpacks
  • You can sell your Boston Calling tickets here on TickPick

How To Get Cheap 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 are available at TickPick. With a festival as big as Boston Calling, prices are on the higher side, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t good deals.

Most other ticket marketplaces charge high service fees in addition to the listed price, but not TickPick. Here at TickPick, we have no service fees, making us your source for cheap Boston Calling tickets on the secondary market. New users get $10 0ff! For any questions regarding Boston Calling tickets, please feel free to submit a request here.

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