In Between Days Music Festival Announce 2023 Line-Up

January 8, 2023

In Between Days Music Festival 2023

Line-Up Announced

Fresh off last year’s successful inaugural festival, In Between Days Music Festival  is proud to announce the expanded lineup and vision for 2023, set for Saturday, August 19 and Sunday, August 20 at the historic Veterans Memorial Stadium in Quincy, Massachusetts. The festival location, located just eight miles south of Boston, is easily accessible via a short walk from the Wollaston Station or Quincy Center stops on the MBTA Red Line. 

In Between Days 2023 will feature two stages of music, with nearly two dozen bands and artists comprising a diverse and eclectic lineup that’s one of the most exciting showcases of live music in New England. The expansive, open-air festival grounds will also host a one-of-a-kind festival shopping experience in partnership with Little City Thrifty Vintage Market and The Good Trade Makers Market. This curated collection will feature vintage fashion, home decor, vinyl record dealers and local independent makers selling their specialty crafted wares. Fans can also have fun in the retro arcade presented by Bit Bar Salem and enjoy tasty bites from local restaurants and food trucks. It all adds up to a unique community-driven  experience unlike any other festival. 

Headlining this year’s In Between Days are Modest Mouse, Lord Huron, Metric, Trampled By Turtles, and Sunny Day Real Estate. Also performing are Cautious Clay, Yoke Lore, Blitzen Trapper, Allison Ponthier, Illiterate Light, Slothrust, Fantastic Cat and Miko Marks. New England talent will be on high display as In Between Days expands its homegrown crop, welcoming Weakened Friends, shallow pools, Kat Wright, Dwight & Nicole, Paper Tigers, Dutch Tulips, Carissa Johnson, Mint Green, Gypsy Moths, and Sweet Petunia. In Between Days has made a donation to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in memory of Jeremiah Green of Modest Mouse.       

We are so excited that In Between Days is expanding to two days for 2023,” says festival founder Alex Magleby. “After great feedback following our first year, our lineup has grown exponentially and is stacked with two stages of great local and global musical talent, our new vintage marketplace will feature everything from thrifting to vinyl and the retro arcade will double in size. We’re excited about our diverse food and beverage vendors.  We really can’t wait to bring this community back together to share the expanding experience with new friends and artists at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Quincy this August.

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