We are one month away from the Boston Calling festival. Foo Fighters, the Lumineers, Paramore, Alanis Morissette, Queens of the Stone Age and more will be rocking the Harvard grounds. Today, Boston Calling announced their 2023 food and drink lineup. The three-day festival will have 29 different food vendors this year.
In a press release today, Boston Calling explained that the festival’s 12th edition includes a food and drink lineup with hometown favorites, local brews, and menus curated by some of the city’s most celebrated chefs.
The menu is described as “a variety of standout dishes ranging from award-winning barbecue to mouth-watering fried chicken.” All of this year’s vendors are local to the Greater Boston region.”
What are the new additions?
Blackbird Doughnuts * Che! Empanada * Dumpling Daughter * El Jefe’s Taqueria * Flour Bakery + Cafe * Fresh Boston * Lily P’s Fried Chicken * Naco Taco * PieSons Pizza * The Broadway.
Who’s coming back?
Chicken & Rice Guys * Dean’s Concessions * FoMu * Greco * Jaju Pierogi * Love Art Sushi * Mamaleh’s Delicatessen * Moyzilla * Rice Burg * Roxy’s Grilled Cheese * Tasty Burger * The Chubby Chickpea * The Farmacy Café * The Flatbread Company * The Sausage Guy * The Smoke Shop BBQ * Top Shelf Cookies * Trolley Dogs * Walloon’s.
In addition, Boston Calling offers a platinum ticket pass each year. It includes exclusive food offerings not found in general admission. Platinum ticket holders will have access to specialty menu items prepared by some of the city’s most renowned chefs and culinary personalities. Boston Calling explains, “Each day throughout the festival, Platinum guests will be treated to savory delights throughout the weekend with chefs rotating from day to night.”
What am I going to drink?
A wide range of beer and wine options will be available to all ticket levels. Local favorite Samuel Adams will be back serving Summer Ale and Wicked Hazy New England Style IPA. Other beer options include – Miller Lite, Miller High Life, and Peroni. Furthermore, Truly hard seltzer and Josh Cellars wine will be sold. Craft cocktails and spirits are available in VIP platinum areas only.
Non-alcoholic beverages such soft drinks and Red Bull are widely available. Lastly, numerous water stations will be set up across the festival grounds as well.
With Boston Calling announcing their 2023 food and drink lineup, excitement and anticipation are building. Finally, in four short weeks the cities biggest music festival (and Memorial Day weekend) will be here. Tickets are still available here.