Arts

Sights and sounds of Boston Calling Day 2

Roaring into the weekend with rocking guitars and hot beats, Boston Calling heads into Day 2 with a lineup chockfull of bands and artists that’ll get you moving and groovin’ — in other words, bring on the indie, the rock, and hip-hop.

Day 2 starts off at the Red Stage with a performance by Westside Gunn at 12:40 p.m., while headliner Jack White will close out the day over at Green Stage at 9:20 p.m.

And in between?

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You’ve got Mount Kimbie at the Delta Blue Stage (where you can catch Tyler, the Creator at 8:20 p.m.), Manchester Orchestra on the Green Stage (also where St. Vincent will be playing at 6:45 p.m.), and Queens of the Stone Age on the Red Stage at 8 p.m. Over at the Arena Stage, Natalie Portman is due to make an afternoon, followed by the folks from “Pod Save America” at 4:30 p.m.

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And did we mention the food?

With more than 35 vendors and over a 150 menu items, there’s no shortage of snacks or ways to fill your belly.

Tyler, the Creator captivated the Boston Calling crowd during his performance.
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Tyler, the Creator captivated the Boston Calling crowd during his performance.
Jack White also was part of the evening slate.
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Jack White also was part of the evening slate.

Josh Homme, left, performs with Queens of the Stone Age at Boston Calling Saturday night.
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Josh Homme (left) and Queens of the Stone Age performed Saturday night.

St. Vincent performed during the Boston Calling Music Festival in Allston on Saturday.
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St. Vincent performed during the Boston Calling Music Festival in Allston on Saturday.

St. Vincent performed Saturday night.
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St. Vincent performed Saturday night.

Analisa Savini aka "Dizzy Pup" showed off her hoop-dancing skills Saturday.
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Analisa Savini, aka "Dizzy Pup," showed off her hoop-dancing skills.

Allston, MA - May 26, 2018: Concert goers relax on the field during the Boston Calling Music Festival in Allston, MA on May 26, 2018. With 45 musical acts, seven comedians, two podcasts, and one Natalie Portman performing on three stages and one arena over the course of three days, Boston Calling has never offered festival-goers so many options. (Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff) section: arts reporter:
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Concertgoers relaxed on the field at the Harvard Athletic Complex.

Lead singer Tanya Donelly performed with Belly on Saturday.
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Belly’s Tanya Donelly performed Saturday.

Bass player Gail Greenwood performed with Belly on Saturday.
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Bass player Gail Greenwood performed with Belly.

Natalie Portman posed for a photo on Saturday.
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Natalie Portman posed for a photo.

Lead singer John Dwyer performed with the Oh Sees on Saturday.
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Lead singer John Dwyer performed with the Oh Sees.
Fans danced during the Oh Sees’ set.
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Fans danced during the Oh Sees’ set.

Aimee Ortiz can be reached at aimee.ortiz@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter @aimee_ortiz.