Here is the complete lineup for the Boston Calling Music Festival 2022

Foo Fighters, The Strokes and Metallica will headline Boston Roll Call Music Festival for his scheduled 2022 event, which is scheduled for Memorial Day weekend, May 27-29, at the Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston. The Strokes and Metallica replaced Rage Against The Machine at the top of the marquee, after it was announced on Thursday that the influential rap metal band would no longer appear as scheduled.

Other prominent artists include HAIM, Weezer and Avril Lavigne.

Boston Calling’s full lineup includes 51 artists, 18 of whom have Massachusetts ties: Van Buren Records, Cam Meekins, Born Without Bones, Avenue, Ali McGuirk, Ripe, Crooked Coast, Aaron and the Lord, Miranda Rae, Coral Moons , Paper Tigers, Dutch Tulips, The Chelsea Curve, Frances Forever, Oompa, Julie Rhodes, Charlotte Sands and Cliff Note.

Boston Calling did not respond to WBUR’s question as to why Rage Against The Machine pulled out of the festival, though the band posted on social media that the entire first leg of their spring tour had been scrapped. cancelled.

The COVID-19 pandemic precipitated the cancellation of the last two Boston Callings. The 2022 festival will be the first since 2019, provided the event goes ahead as planned.

Here’s the full Boston Calling 2022 lineup:

Friday, May 27, 2022

foo fighters
Floor Rüfüs
HAIIM
April Lavigne
cheap stuff
olive tree
Spacers
Paris-Jackson
Backseat Lovers
Grandson
ParisTexas
rich crowd
Bobble Squad
Born without bones
Street
Miranda Rae
The Chelsea Curve

Saturday, May 28, 2022

Shots
Run the Jewels
King Gizzard and the Lizard Sorcerer
black pumas
EARTH GANG
Orville Peck
KennyHoopla
Sudan Archives
Celisse
hinds
France forever
Charlotte Sands
Julie Rhodes
Van Buren files
Ali McGuirk
Coral Moons
Dutch tulips

Sunday, May 29, 2022

Metallic
Weezer
glass animals
modest mouse
goose
Wall
Japanese breakfast
Cults
Peach Rascals
horse girl
DJ
Cam Meekins
Ompa
Cliff Note
twisted coast
Aaron and the Lord
paper tigers

Comments are closed.