Now, the fest has unveiled single-day ticket sales, allowing fans to pick and choose what day they want to attend, rather than buying full weekend passes.
According to the festival, single-day tickets sales begin Friday (February 7) at 10 a.m. local time. Here’s how it’s priced out:
Tier 1 Single-Day General Admission ($149.99), VIP Passes ($349.99), and Platinum Passes ($749.99) will be on sale at www.bostoncalling.com. Availability of tickets at Tier 1 pricing will be very limited. Once Tier 1 tickets sell out, Tier 2 pricing will go into effect for Single-Day General Admission ($159.99), VIP ($399.99), and Platinum ($799.99). Three-Day passes will remain on sale.
Boston Calling 2020 features five stages across the Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston, with more 60 artists and bands performing over the holiday weekend. Beyond the headliners, this year’s fest will also welcome Orville Peck, Run The Jewels, The 1975, Liam Gallagher, Brittany Howard, PUP, girl in red, and a homegrown offering of PVRIS, Dinosaur Jr., Camp Blood, Cliff Notez, The Sheila Devine, and a handful of local DJs.