Janelle Monae ends her Boston Calling Music Festival with a startling tribute to Prince

Updated On 30 Apr, 2017 Published On

Alright, today let us talk about the spectacular performance by Janelle Monae. The tribute, she dedicated to Prince was astonishing. Boston Calling the third and the final day did not just go on, but Janelle Monae kept drenching her power all in her performances that kept everyone excited the entire day at the City Hall Plaza.

Janelle did not allow the audience to feel the dance floor boring. She kept it hot and running at all time as she continued with her fabulous power-packed hits. She presented the medley of her hits like, "Tightrope" and "Cold War" making a mixtape with the cover "I Feel Good" by James Brown. 

During the "Boston Calling"

Then, in came her final song which was Janelle Monae's tribute to Prince. She performed the cover song of Prince's "Let's Go Crazy". Yes, the audience went crazy when "Let's Go Crazy" cover song was performed. Every person in the audience was overwhelmed with the marvelous performance.

Performance On Stage - Boston Calling

Caption: Photo of Janelle Monae performing for Boston Calling

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After Janelle's performance for Prince's hit "Let's Go Crazy," she made a statement in front of everyone that Prince is her idol and inspiration, and that the song was in honor for her deceased mentor. Whom, she will respect throughout her life. Janelle was looking spicy hot with the colored spot lights and the classic band members featuring a guitarist who gives his best Prince's impression.

For a change, there was another thrilling rock band "Haim"  performing  Prince's "I Would Die 4 U" earlier. There were many other stars making their appearance on the stage and performing to up bring the event. Sia and a bunch of other superstars helped the Boston Calling be the best and a very hard to forget performance, giving the crowd a superb goodbye for its ending of the 1st venue.



Let's go crazy #BostonCalling! @janellemonae

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Before the crowd got over it Boston Calling had announced the new location for its next festival in the year 2012. Boston Calling will be leaving the City Hall Plaza in 2017. The organizers of the event will be moving to Harvard University's Athletics Complex in Allston for 2017 event which takes place in the month of May.

Caption: Boston Calling Music Festival, Janelle Monae

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Boston Calling Music Festival

Coming in with  Boston Calling Musical Festival it is a Boston-based music festival. Boston Calling first started in May 2013 and previously in May and September - twice a year at City Hall Plaza. This musical event has gained huge attention attracting over 20 thousand fans in each setup.

This event is praised as well as preferred by many of the onlookers like The Boston Globe and Rolling Stone. They say the unique lineup and the quality of production is an extraordinary experience provided to the public are mouth dropping.

Till now a character of well-established figures include Kendrick Lamar, Disclosure, The National, Beck, Modest Mouse, Sia, Airborne Toxic My Morning Jacket, Of Monsters and Men, Fun. and much more, to the event.

Caption: Sia performing for Boston Calling

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Currently, the production team of Boston Calling has made announcements of shifting to the Harvard Athletic Complex in Alston, also advertises that the entertainment will be done only once in a year.