BOSTON CALLING 2018: ST. VINCENT, PUSSY RIOT, JACK WHITE & MORE

Brandon Flowers of The Killers dazzles the festival crowd on Friday. Felicia Pinckney for The Untitled Magazine.

Over Memorial Day weekend, Harvard Stadium served as the adventurous backdrop for the 9th edition of Boston Calling. Over the course of three days, festival goers were treated to performances from artists including The Killers, Paramore, Pussy Riot, Jack White and The National. Brockhampton gave an emotional performance after the departure of founding member Ameer Vann (he was recently accused by multiple women of sexual misconduct), while Eminem teased onlookers about his rumored relationship with rapper Nicki Minaj. Boston Calling has continuously yielded stellar lineups since its 2013 inception, and it keeps getting better every year. Check out the most memorable moments from this year’s bash below, and don’t miss our guide to the summer’s best music festivals.

Eminem closing out Boston Calling on Sunday. Ty Johnson for Boston Calling.
The National delivering a powerful set on Friday. Ty Johnson for Boston Calling.
Hayley Williams of Paramore giving it all she’s got. Carly Boyle for Boston Calling.
St. Vincent electrifies in orange. Felicia Pinckney for The Untitled Magazine.
Thundercat serving up luscious riffs on Sunday. Ty Johnson for Boston Calling.
Khalid works his magic on the Saturday crowd. Felicia Pinckney for The Untitled Magazine.
Noname delivering bars on Friday. Ty Johnson for Boston Calling.
The always political Pussy Riot gives festival goers food for thought. Ty Johnson for Boston Calling.
Brockhampton standing in unison during their Saturday performance. Ty Johnson for Boston Calling.
Tyler The Creator doles out endless amounts of energy for Saturday’s performance. Ty Johnson for Boston Calling.
Queens of The Stone Age perform on Saturday. Ty Johnson for Boston Calling.
Rapper Leikeli47 takes the festival by storm. Carly Boyle for Boston Calling.
Jack White remains an unadulterated rocker during his set on Saturday. Ty Johnson for Boston Calling.
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