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Will Toledo from Car Seat Headrest woke up the sleepy crowd on Sunday afternoon.

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Héloïse Letissier, known by her stage name Christine and the Queens, charmed the crowd with her goofy theatrics and queer-tilted French pop.

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Christine and the Queens brought already vibrant songs to life with expressive dance routines.

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Mac DeMarco played an unhurried, goofy set, full of poop jokes and ironic banter with his bandmates.

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“This song is very serious,” joked Mac DeMarco before launching into one of the band’s last songs. “If I see any smiles or laughter, I will be very pissed.”

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Tycho eased into the evening with downtempo ambient music and breathtaking visuals.

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Amelia Meath of Sylvan Esso bounced around in the drizzle, revitalizing the crowd in one of the most fun sets of the day.

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Sylvan Esso served up thoughtful synthpop as night fell.

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Purity Ring was a sight for sore eyes after the disappointment of James Blake’s set cancellation.

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Megan James, vocalist of Purity Ring, crooned sweet melodies amid glowing lights and gritty bass.

 

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