Ed Sheeran Among Headliners For Boston Calling 2024
Boston Calling has announced its 2024 lineup via their official Instagram page, with Ed Sheeran, The Killers, Hozier and Tyler Childers set to headline.
This year’s edition of Boston Calling — which launched in 2013 — will take place over Memorial Day weekend (24-26 May) at Harvard Athletic Complex in Boston. Friday’s bill will feature Grammy winners Sheeran and Leon Bridges as co-headliners, with additional performers including Mean Girls star Reneé Rapp, 5 Seconds of Summer’s Luke Hemmings, Young the Giant, David Kushner, Keiran Rhodes and Justin Clancy, among others.
Saturday’s line-up sports a pair of guitar-wielding headliners in Childers — who recently enjoyed his first Billboard Hot 100 hit with last year’s Grammy-nominated In Your Love — and Trey Anastasio & Classic TAB. Additional Saturday performers include Jessie Murph, d4vd, Cakeswagg, The Red Clay Strays and more.
The Sunday, meanwhile, will be headlined by two Billboard 200-topping contemporary rock superstars: The Killers and Hozier. Boston Calling’s final night will also include performances from Megan Thee Stallion, Chapell Roan, Lovejoy, The Revivalists and several other acts.
Last year’s edition of Boston Calling featured headliners Paramore, Queens of the Stone Age, Alanis Morissette, The National, The Lumineers and Foo Fighters in their first major performance since Taylor Hawkins’ passing.
Presale for Boston Calling begins Thursday, Jan. 11, at 10 a.m. ET. Fans can sign up for access to presale codes – and find further information about this year’s event – on the Boston Calling website.
Earlier this week, Ed Sheeran bagged the Emmy Award for Outstanding Music and Lyrics for his song A Beautiful Game, written for the hit Apple TV+ series Ted Lasso.
This was the first Emmy nomination and first win for Sheeran, who was not present at the Creative Emmy Awards Saturday to accept the statuette. He shared the award with his song co-writing team, prolific hitmaker Max Martin and Foy Vance. A Beautiful Game was featured in the Ted Lasso finale So Long, Farewell.