New England’s largest music festival, Boston Calling, has just announced its day-by-day lineup for its 10th edition of the fest.
Earlier this month, the festival released its well-anticipated lineup, but now, fans can see when each artist is playing during the three-day event. Friday, May 24 will kick-off the fest with acts like Greta Van Fleet, Janelle Monae, Lord Huron, Christine and The Queens, and Black Star. Gang of Youths, Turnstile, and Pale Waves will also take the stage. Twenty One Pilots are slated to headline the night; the duo will make their return to the festival following the release of their recent smash-hit LP Trench.
Tame Impala, riding off 2015’s Currents, will take over Saturday’s show and are likely to play their latest single, “My Life.” EDM’s Odesza is set to perform, along with Anderson .Paak, Big Red Machine, Mitski, and White Reaper. Hozier will also take on the fest for the second time, returning with his 2018 EP Nina Cried Power.
Travis Scott, who is currently touring in support of Astroworld, is set to round-out the festival Sunday night. Throughout the final day, he will be joined by rapper Logic, Brandie Carlile, and Rainbow Kitten Surprise. Chromeo will hold a DJ set and Guster will make an appearance, performing tracks from Look Alive, their first release since 2015.
The festival, centered in the heartland of Boston at Harvard’s Athletic Complex, includes three stages, an arena for intimate performances, art installations, activities, and local food. Festival-goers can shop for merch, play life-size games, and see a view of the grounds from a 100-foot Ferris wheel.
Currently, three-day general admission and VIP passes are on sale, but single-day admission will be available this Thursday, January 24.
Visit Ticket Club to find tickets to Boston Calling Music Festival and check out our review of last year’s festival, which included performances from Eminem, The Killers, and Paramore.
Check out the day-by-day lineup for the 2019 fest below: