Massachusetts gets musical this weekend

May 21, 2013 by  

This coming weekend, the Boston Calling Music Festival will be making its debut in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The two-day event will showcase 18 different bands right in the heart of Boston at City Hall Plaza.

On Saturday, May 25, Bad Rabbits, The Shins, and fun. (best known for last year’s hit single ‘We Are Young’ and the Billboard Top 5 album ‘Some Nights’) will be some of the headlining acts appearing on stage. Sunday will feature Caspian, The Walkmen, Of Monsters and Men, and The National, rounding off an impressive lineup for an inaugural festival.

Organizers for Boston Calling may turn to printing companies in order to help advertise for the event. Flyer printing companies can produce cost-effective advertising materials that can be handed out on the street to drum up attendance. Banner printing companies may also be able to assist organizers by creating banners for the different stages at the festival.

There will also be food and merchandise vendors on hand selling their various wares. These vendors might make use of banner printing companies as well so that they can make their booths or carts stand out in a crowd.

Performances begin at 1:30 pm on both Saturday and Sunday, with the final band taking the stage at 9:00 pm on both nights. Passes for the festival cost between $75 and $350 with children under the age of 10 allowed in free of charge. More information is available on the event’s website, as well as some of the other acts scheduled to appear.