The 2018 Boston Calling Music Festival hits the Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston, Massachusetts May 25. As announced Thursday, the lineup is predictably stacked.
"Each year we continue to push ourselves to bring fans the very best festival experience," Boston Calling Events co-founder and CEO Brian Appel told Complex in a statement Thursday. "With some new changes and features already announced on this year's festival, and many more on the way, we are ready and excited to treat our fans to an incredible weekend of performances from some of the world’s most iconic music acts."
Pod Save America, Jenny Slate, and Cameron Esposito will also join this year’s festival as part of its comedy and entertainment lineup. All told, this year's Boston Calling boasts 54 total performances across three stages. Natalie Portman will be curating and hosting a special series of programming. Details on Portman's involvement will be announced soon.
Early bird tickets launch Thursday at 10:00 a.m. ET and will set you back a reasonable $279 for General Admission three-day passes, $599 for VIP three-day passes, and $1,049 for platinum VIP three-day passes. As always, the prices for each ticket level will increase after the early bird batches sell out. Don't play yourself.