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Boston Calling Reveal 2023 Set Times Including Paramore, Foo Fighters, More

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The annual Boston Calling festival will return for its ninth year at Harvard Athletic Complex this May. Spanning across three days, Boston Calling will be held Memorial Day weekend from May 26-28, and today, they have announced the set times for the upcoming three-day event.

With anticipated headline performances from Foo Fighters (Friday, May 26), The Lumineers (Saturday, May 27), and Paramore (Sunday, May 28), there will be several major overlapping sets. Paramore‘s performance, which is scheduled to close out the festival on Sunday evening, will substantially overlap with Aussie rockers, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard.

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Sadly, following the set times, fans took to Twitter to voice their disappointment in overlapping set times. One fan tweeted, “Having two of the three headliners on Sunday almost 100% overlap is ridiculous. Literally the only two acts I wanted to see and now I have to choose one.”

Tickets for the three-day festival are still available and can be purchased here. You can check out the full breakdown of Boston Calling set times below.

Friday, May 26

Foo Fighters, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The National, Niall Horan, Chelsea Cutler, Teddy Swims, Léon, Talk, Celisse, The Beachea, Zolita, GA-20, Alisa Amador, Little Fuss, Blue Light Bandits, Summer Cult, Brandie Blaze

Saturday, May 27

The Lumineers, Alanis Morissette, Noah Kahan, The Flaming Lips, Mt. Joy, Fletcher, Joy, Oladokun, Declan McKenna, The Aces, Loveless, Welshly Arms, Neemz, The Q-Tip Bandits, Najee Janey, Actor Observer, Coral Moons, Chrysalis

Sunday, May 28

Paramore, Queens of the Stone Age, Bleachers, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Maren, Morris, 070 Shake, The Walkmen, The Linda Lindas, Wunderhorse, Genesis Owusu, Brutus, Juice, Mint Green, Couch, Ali McGuirk, Sorry Mom, Workman Song

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