Boston Calling has emerged as one of North America's leading festival, and the 2018 is undeniably stacked, for hip-hop and indie fans alike. The festival is set to take place at the Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston, Massachusetts starting on May 25, and features performances from Eminem, Tyler, The Creator, Brockhampton, Khalid, Bryson Tiller, Daniel Caesar, Thundercat, St Vincent, The Killers, Jack White, The National, Queens Of The Stone Age, and more. 

In a statement to Complex, Boston Calling Events co-founder and CEO Brian Appel spoke about his intentions with the festival, stating "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." In total, this year's Boston Calling will feature fifty-four performances and three stages, with a special, as-of-yet unspecified program curated by Natalie Portman. 

Tickets are available for sale here, and it's a costly one. General Admission three-day passes are available for $279, with some Big Baller style packages for those looking to enhance their festival experience - VIP three-day passes are going for $599, while platinum VIP three day passes are a staggering $1,049. Check out the official website for more details, and be sure to catch the poster below for a complete list of artists. Remember, it might be one of your last chances to catch Eminem on tour, so take that into consideration.