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Boston Calling Festival announces 3-day format, holiday pre-sale

Posted by Emily Wright  December 3, 2013 10:06 AM

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Boston Calling Music Festival rocked City Hall Plaza twice in 2013 and it’s planning a massive return in 2014, featuring music on not just two, but three days.

If there's someone special in your life that would love a 3-day pass for the May 23-25 shows, or if you're planning to treat yourself, you can snag them during a special holiday pre-sale which kicks off this Friday at 10 a.m.

kendricklamar.jpgThe event organizers didn't specify a number of tickets that will go on sale this week, but did note it will be a very limited amount. A 3-day V.I.P. pass will run you $300, and general admission 3-day pass, $130.

The festival promises to announce the May acts "early next year." Some of the big names that took the stage in Sept. included Kendrick Lamar (pictured), Vampire Weekend, and Passion Pit.

Tickets will be available at BostonCalling.com.

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