Where to stay for Boston Calling? Check out these amazing Airbnb homes

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There aren’t many festivals where you can find Twenty One Pilots, Travis Scott and Brandi Carlile on the same lineup. Well, that’s because there aren’t many festivals like Boston Calling.

The three day event takes place between 24 and 26 May at the Harvard Athletic Complex, just across the Charles River from the university’s main campus, and has a billing that will cater to the even most discerning music fan.

There’s something for everyone at Boston Calling, so you won’t want to miss a single day. Here are the Airbnbs that will grant you easy access to the indie hymnals of Big Red Machine, the stage-diving antics of Turnstile, and every artist in between.

A penthouse with a stadium view for $490 per night

The candy-pink furniture in this two bedroom penthouse is one of many splashes of color in this joyful living space.

The brightly colored decor is offset by neutral white walls and hardwood floors, providing you with a comfortable home to unwind in between days at the festival.

As you’ll be able to see through the wide windows of the penthouse, the Harvard Athletic Complex is a short walk away, meaning you won’t miss a set.

A Boston Skyline view for $500 per night

The main communal area of this elegantly renovated apartment forms the shape of an L, with a TV lounge area at one end, an open-plan kitchen at the other, and another living space in the middle, complete with luxe wraparound leather sofa.

The five bedroom apartment is perfect for large groups, and is located just east of the university, providing easy access to Rolling Loud at the athletic complex and to the historic sites and lively nightlife of Boston itself.

Alternatively, stay in after a day at the festival, and enjoy the illuminated skyline of Boston at night.

A luxury penthouse for $550 per night



A light, bright wide open space featuring a fully-equipped kitchen, drop-down movie projector and modern amenities throughout is the ideal spot for festival goers who want to return to a calm environment after the energy of Rolling Loud.

The two bedroom penthouse can sleep five guests, who will be able to cook group meals in the gourmet kitchen, enjoy the sunsets from the top-floor balcony, and even work off any festival excesses on the in-house treadmill.

Located in Cambridgeport, the Harvard Athletic Complex is just across the river.

A Cambridge oasis for $600 per night

This beautiful cabin looks like something you’d find in a wooded wilderness, but is in fact a short walk from Rolling Loud. The home boasts impressive vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors and colorful rugs, furnishings and details that give a real sense of personality.

The large kitchen and communal spaces, along with space for ten guests, will make a crowd feel at home; and the rural vibe will provide a sanctuary for anyone needs to recharge after going a bit too hard during Sicko Mode.

Try to claim the master bedroom if you’re travelling as a group. The adjoining balcony is worth fighting for!

Loft-style living for $663 per night

This contemporary townhome is decorated in a tasteful understated style that maximises space and light. The ground floor features an open plan living area that flows into a fully equipped kitchen, and a master bedroom.

A wood burning fire stove takes pride of place in the center of the room, its chimney rising up to the second level. This is where you’ll find the rest of the bedrooms—two main ones and a loft-style space with a twin bed, accessed via one of the bedrooms.

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