Last week the organizers for Boston’s biggest music festival, Boston Calling announced that this year’s event will take place over Memorial Day Weekend at the Harvard Athletic Complex and they released their line up including their headliners, which will include Twenty One Pilots along with names like Odesza, Janelle Monáe and many, many more.
Michael Che, Jenny Slate and Fred Armisen will be the comedy headliners and new this year will be a series of scheduled performances from the Boston Ballet as well as a special performance from Imogen Heap.
Want to get tickets or find out more about the 2019 Boston Calling music festival? Check out their website at, bostoncalling.com.
Check out these crazy Italians injecting a little bit of funk into Ave Maria. Listen to the two+ minute clip – you’ll love it.
Voi pazzi italiani
Source: Boston Gay Men’s Chorus
Photo Credit: Izzy Berdan Photography
Boston Gay Men’s Chorus will be in Provinctown this weekend for Holly Folly performing at Town Hall on December 1st, but if you are not going to be in Ptown for the holiday weekend festivities, you can still see their show here in Boston at Jordan Hall on December 9, 14, 15, and 16.
The title of the show, Brass & Bows & Boys, comes from the opening piece “Holiday Bells, Brass and Boys,” which features a medley of some of the best known carols. The second half features the parody “Santa’s Turn” with the concert concluding with the holiday medley “Pictures of a Season”.
To purchase tickets visit www.bgmc.org or call 617-542-SING (7464).
The Celebrity Series presents a free concert series along the Charles River in Boston today from 2-4PM. The event “Jazz along the Charles” includes 25 jazz ensembles that will be set up along a walkable route along the Charles River Esplanade, interpreting a curated list of Boston-related tunes in one collective concert that celebrates Boston’s jazz community.
For more information visit the website for Jazz Along the Charles.
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While all of us sing in the shower, I don’t know that I’ve ever seen a music video that takes place in one. Much thanks to Matthew Rettenmund
for sharing this on his boyculture blog
. I figured this would be a nice post to end the work week as many of us get ready for what looks to be a beautiful summer weekend. For those of you heading to Provincetown for Independence Week have fun.
This weekend The Boston Gay Men’s Chorus will perform ABBAsolutlely Fabulous – a tribute to ABBA this Saturday at 3PM and 8PM as well as Sunday at 3PM at New England Conservatory’s beautiful Jordan Hall in Boston.
Tickets start at $20 and can be purchased online at bgmc.org or by phone at 617.542.SING (7464).
NY-based bell’s roar (Sean Desiree) headlines the Art Funds Art Tour, which kicks off a 6-city tour starting in Boston on Friday, February 2nd at Make Shift Boston in the South End at 549 Columbus Ave.
In each city, a local queer/trans/person of color will open for bell’s roar as they tour We Carry Us for the first time. The tour’s openers are newly announced with more information about dates and locations in tour cities including: NYC, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Durham, NC, Atlanta and Albany, NY.
Click Here for More Details About Art Funds Art Tour – Boston
Boston’s opening act for the Art Funds Tour will be Anjimile, a queer & trans songwriter and singer. Below you can check out Anjimile’s video, Therapy.