Boston Calling tries to catch lightning in a bottle ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff The second day of the sold-out inaugural Boston Calling Music Festival started with better weather at City Hall Plaza than the first day. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Today's lineup includes Young the Giant, Of Monsters and Men, Andrew Bird, and National. Alex Pearlman/Boston.com Local act Caspian was the first act on Sunday's schedule. Pictured is Phil Jamieson of Caspian. Alex Pearlman/Boston.com Iceland's Of Monsters and Men hung out at the festival. They're scheduled to play the main stage at 6:30 tonight. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Ryan Smith of South Boston with his 3-year-old daughter, Marion Smith, and wife Barbara Blanchard Smith attended the festival. Alex Pearlman/Boston.com Synth-pop group Youth Lagoon stopped by from Boise, Idaho. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Saturday, Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino addressed the crowd on the main stage. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Fun. closed out Saturday's lineup. Pictured is lead singer Nate Ruess.