Rage Against the Machine and Foo Fighters will headline Boston Calling in 2022, bringing two of America’s biggest rock acts to Harvard Athletic Complex next Memorial Day weekend for three days from May 27-29. Rock fans can’t wait as they’re coming back with tons of new music.
Their lineup has been in the works for a while, but Foo and Rage have finally announced their plans to headline Boston Calling 2020. The event will be held at Harvard Athletic Complex on September 27-28th with more than 60 acts set to perform across two days of music history.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers were originally slated as headliners for this year’s festival before it was canceled due to pandemic concerns, leaving fans disappointed by what could’ve been one of the best lineups ever. This time around though, they’ll be joined by an additional performer that is yet unknown – who might we predict?
Rage’s appearance at Boston Calling will be their first show in more than ten years, the band is set to perform on Saturday, September 7. Foo Fighters are celebrating their 25th anniversary and releasing the 10th studio album this year but they won’t hit New England until next June when they stop by Portland Maine for a concert!
Rage’s appearance at Boston Calling will mark their return after nearly twelve long months without music since last October. The group has remained fairly quiet over that time frame with no new material or announcements of any upcoming tours like many musicians have done during the hiatus period before reuniting again as one would expect from such an iconic rock band; however, it was announced yesterday morning that Rage Against The Machine would make its only New model.
“We couldn’t be happier to return in 2022 and deliver a full-scale festival with two of the world’s most celebrated rock bands as our headliners,” Boston Calling co-founder Brian Appel said. “One year ago, we announced that this would be one of many festivals on deck for us – from expanding into new markets like Las Vegas, establishing more partnerships across North America while also bringing some old favorites home.”
Appel went on to say they’ve been working hard over the past few months creating something special just for you who are waiting patiently. He didn’t want to reveal anything else but hinted at surprises coming soon.
Tickets for Boston Calling have finally been announced and are now available, with General Admission tickets starting at $299.99 and VIP 3-day reserved seating as low as the Platinum tier’s prices of $1,599.99.
With so many cancellations and debacles, people are wondering if Boston Calling 2020 will be as successful. Will any of the original performers return for an encore in 2022? Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jason Isbell with The 400 Unit, Run the Jewels, or even English rockers 1975 all have fans eagerly awaiting their next move following this uncertain year.
When we say Run the Jewels, just run them👉🏼 🤛🏼 pic.twitter.com/U40xHw9scK— Boston Calling (@bostoncalling) July 21, 2021
Additional lineup announcements and information about food and drink components will be announced in the months to come.
Boston Calling Music Festival 2022 lineup
The lineup for the biggest music festival in our area has not been published yet. We will update you when it is.
Who is playing Boston calling 2022?
Boston Calling surprised fans this week with the announcement of two new artists joining its already stellar lineup. The hip-hop duo Run the Jewels and soulful rockers Black Pumas will join headliners Rage Against the Machine, Foo Fighters as part of Boston’s 20th Anniversary Edition festival in 2022.
How much are Boston Calling tickets?
The Boston Calling Music Festival is coming up, and tickets are in high demand. You’ll be able to find them on Vivid Seats for $178 with an average price of $4059 by clicking here!
The world’s largest annual outdoor music festival will take place at the Harvard Athletic Complex this September from Friday, October 5th through Sunday 10th. With a lineup that includes headliners Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, Jack White as well as strong supporting lineups including Metallica (Friday), Queens Of The Stone Age (Saturday), Arctic Monkeys(Sunday), Khalid & DJ Snake-less Carpet Cleaners anthem “Reverse Cowgirl” playing 24/7 you can’t afford to buy your tickets now before it sells.
Is Boston calling VIP worth it?
Boston Calling is almost here! It’s the perfect time to make a decision about your ticket. I recommend getting Platinum since there will be plenty of free food, drinks that are really cheap ($2-3), and elevated views all weekend long without any crowds’ insight.