Boston Calling Music Festival is a Boston-based music festival. The festival debuted in May 2013 and previously took place twice a year, May and September at City Hall Plaza. The festival reportedly attracted 20,000–22,000 fans with its earlier editions, eventually drawing roughly 40,000 festival goers in 2017. In May 2016, Boston Calling announced it would move to the Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston in May 2017 and transition to one festival per year, with the new space allowing the addition of more music stages and the inclusion of stand-up comedy performers.
Youn The Giant
The Wolff Sisters
Trey Anastasio & Classic Tab
Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls
The Red Clay Strays
Ward Hayden & The Outliers
Harvard Stadium is a U-shaped college football stadium in the northeast United States, located in the Allston neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. The stadium is owned and operated by Harvard University and is home to the Harvard Crimson football program. The stadium’s seating capacity is 30,323.
Early in its existence two ice rinks were built on the stadium during the winter months for the men’s ice hockey team. The Stadium served as the home for the hockey team until World War I. Harvard Stadium was the site of the U.S. Olympic Trials for men’s track and field in 1920, 1924, and 1928.
It is also the host of music festivals like the Amandla Festival, where Jamaican reggae legend Bob Marley performed a historic concert in 1979. Janis Joplin performed her last show at the stadium in 1970, shortly before her death.