Boston Calling kicked-off on Friday with performances from Greta Van Fleet, Gang of Youths, and Chvrches, as well as a memorable, intense set from headliners Twenty One Pilots. The festival continued throughout the weekend with an eclectic lineup.
Tucked away behind the hustle-and-bustle of downtown Boston, music rang from Harvard University late Friday afternoon. For once, the festival wasn’t bogged down by humid, sticky weather, but rather, offered a cool breeze – a perfect setting to kick-off the event.
It seems to go against a myriad of unwritten rules that a simple singer-songwriter with just a guitar would never be able to fill a stadium for a concert, let alone make said concert exciting. But when it comes to Ed Sheeran at Gillette Stadium, an unlikely pair manages to work together beautifully. Three years after making his headlining North American stadium debut in Foxborough, Sheeran returned to Gillette Stadium for a two-night run that kicked off Friday, September 14 with understated delight.
After two days of sunshine, a storm brewed over Harvard’s Athletic Complex for the final day of the highly anticipated New England music festival: Boston Calling. However, fans and artists didn’t let the weather hold them back. Continue reading “Eminem Proves That He’s Still The ‘Rap God’ At Final Night Of Boston Calling”