Only two months remain until the kickoff of one of the East Coast’s most beloved music festivals. With debut global acts like Tame Impala and Travis Scott, as well as returning heavyweights, such as Odesza, the festival has enormous headliners. Despite the obvious draws, the undercard has a lot of hidden talent— here are some of our recommendations.
After a long storm-filled Fall, Boston's beautiful weather is finally back; indicating the return of the city's most prized music festival. That's right, it's Boston Calling season again, and the festival's team is as ready as ever to re-energize the music community. While the past year's lineup looked to be an unstoppable force, this year's music talent brought a more indie and lowkey aspect that we couldn't help but smile looking through.
WIRE dives into day 2 of the Boston Calling lineup. Featuring outstanding acts by Russ, Cousin Stizz and Danny Brown, Saturday was a hip-hop-head's heaven - take a look into what we had in store.
Boston Calling has gotten off to a good start at the Harvard Athletic Complex. Although not in the ideal weather, the team worked with what they had, and successfully brought together a larger scale festival to the Boston area. Acts ranging from comedy to music took the stages, and have yet to fail to bring a smile to our face. With the change in scenery and amount of artists, Boston Calling sticks to its vibe but feels like a different experience. Here's what we saw from the first day of the festival.
As we've passed the one week mark, things are slowly getting set into place at the Harvard Athletic Complex for our arrival. That's right, Boston Calling is finally here. We were able to get a hold of Boston Calling's talent buyer, Trevor Solomon. We discuss the many ways this festival has changed, along with the careful planning that goes into making it happen.