Lorde, The National, Nas & The Replacements To Play Boston Calling

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(Christopher Polk/Getty Images for Coachella)

(Christopher Polk/Getty Images for Coachella)

By Shannon Carlin

Can’t check out the Boston Calling festival in May? Well, you’re in luck, the fest has announced another set of dates this fall.

The festival, taking place from September 5 to 7 at City Hall Plaza in Boston, will feature Lorde, The National, The Replacements, Nas with The Roots and Spoon.

Other acts performing at the festival, which was co-curated by The National’s Aaron Dessner, are Neutral Milk Hotel, Childish Gambino, Girl Talk, The War on Drugs, The Hold Steady, Future Islands, Volcano Choir, Sky Ferreira, White Denim, The 1975, and Bleachers.

Tickets for the festival go on sale this Thursday (April 24) through the Boston Calling website.

The spring edition of the festival, running from May 23 – 25, features Death Cab For Cutie, Jack Johnson, Modest Mouse and The Decemberists. Tickets are still available for that festival here.

Check out the full lineup for the fall edition of Boston Calling in the video, which features “I Wanna Get Better” by Jack Antonoff’s Bleachers, below.

Head over to Boston’s Mix 104.1 (a station) to read more about the festival.

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