Manchester Orchestra to headline inaugural In Between Days Festival in Quincy, MA
Picture by: Kelsey Lockhart
Quincy, MA – the birthplace of two US Presidents and Dunkin Donuts – will play host to the inaugural In Between Days Festival this August 20th. Presented by Heritage Sports Ventures, the festival is crowned by alt rock group Manchester Orchestra and will also feature performances from Hippo Campus, Tennis, Sidney Gish and more. For the full lineup check out the lineup poster below.
“It is the best day of summer in every sense: Great music; spending time with kind people; immersed in a really fun experience where we can catch up and meet friends old and new,” says Heritage Sports Ventures CEO Alex Magleby. “It’s one of the last days of summer vacation, one last time to laugh, dance, and be free. It’s coming home and reconnecting with my best friends, and catching up for a massive encore before school starts. It is the rebellion of summer, colliding with the nostalgia for a return to normalcy. Being back with best friends, reminiscing and celebrating together before the sun sets.”
Gates open at 11 a.m. on August 20, and live music and entertainment fills the air throughout the day and evening until 9 p.m. Tickets go on-sale this Friday, June 24 via Eventbrite and inbetweendaysfestival.com, with early bird pricing active until July 9.
The festival will take place at the 84-year-old Veterans Memorial Stadium in Quincy, home of the New England Free Jacks rugby team located just 8 miles south of Boston. On-site parking will be available with the purchase of parking passes, and the stadium is accessible via the MBTA’s Red Line.
“Good vibes. Good people. Great music,” adds Alex Magleby. “That’s how I want to celebrate the end of Summer 2022, and every year after.”