Boston Calling came to a close on Sunday, but the memories of such an exciting festival are sure to ruminate in the dreams of fans for the warm summer months to come.
Cage the Elephant proved its members are true performers as they thrashed on stage and during solos during all the fan favorites and stellar hits.
As the crowds stretched across the entirety of the festival grounds, Mumford and Sons brought about perhaps the most special encore act the festival has ever seen during its long impassioned set.
As the rays came pouring down on the wistful Saturday afternoon, so did the energy in the crowds as all basked in the glory of song and sun.
Despite rain and mud, Boston Calling made Friday a day remember as it said goodbye to the cramped City Hall Plaza and embrace the Harvard Athetic Complex.
Though Boston Calling had one stop on a larger tour for Chance, he did not fail to forge a strong bond with fans who have supported him throughout husband career.
Though the local music festival has only been running for four years, Boston Calling proves itself integral to the Boston music scene and as a contender with other big-name music festivals around the nation.
As the sun went down and the moon came up Sunday night, Boston Calling was in full embrace of yet another splendid indie lineup.
Alabama Shakes capped off the last night of Boston Calling Festival on Sunday with its unique sound of bluesy rock and roll.
The Avett Brother and Of Monsters and Men headlined the first night of Boston Calling and brought a pastoral sound to the city square.