UPDATED 1/22/19 5:50 p.m. ET: The by-day lineup for Boston Calling has been revealed. Twenty One Pilots will headline Friday, Tame Impala are locked in for Saturday, and Travis Scott will close out the three-day event.

Single day tickets will be available this Friday (Jan. 24) at 10 a.m. ET.

See below for original story published on 1/10/19.

Festival announcement #SZN continues with Boston Calling unveiling the acts set to hit the stage for its tenth anniversary event. At the top of the lineup is Travis Scott, who will be bringing ASTROWORLD to the Northeast. Tame Impala and Twenty One Pilots have also been tapped to headline.

"Since 2013, we’ve had the privilege of bringing fans nine editions of Boston Calling, featuring hundreds of acts: from world-renowned superstars, to Grammy winners and nominees, to local artists on the rise," Brian Appel, co-founder and CEO of Boston Calling Events, LLC, said. "We love the artists that have been assembled for 2019, and look forward to welcoming back many of our favorites from past editions. With each Boston Calling, we aim to bring the festival to greater heights and this year is no exception."

Logic, Anderson .Paak, Janelle Monáe, Sheck Wes, ODESZA, Denzel Curry, Princess Nokia, Chromeo, and Cautious Clay will join the headliners for the three-day event at Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston, Massachusetts. This year's Boston Calling will also include a performance from Yasiin Bey and Talib Kweli as Black Star. Last year, Bey told the crowd at a Madlib show that a Black Star album would arrive in 2018. That never came to fruition, but fans will undoubtedly hold out hope for new material.

Check out the full lineup below, which also features the likes of Michael Che, Jenny Slate, and Fred Armisen rounding out the comedy and entertainment acts.

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Special announce day pricing for a limited number of three-day GA ($249), VIP ($599), and Platinum VIP ($1,099) passes is available now for 24 hours or while supplies last. Tier 1 pricing for GA ($264), VIP ($629), and Platinum VIP ($1,129) will follow.

Ticket purchase and more info can be found on the Boston Calling official website.