[ALL PHOTOS BY MANDI DUDEK]
The fog cleared and the sun decided to make an appearance for Day Three of Outsidelands to bring a beautiful day of music. But it also brought a bigger crowd! That didn't stop us from weaving through it to catch some of our favorite acts.
Chance The Rapper
Chicago-native, Chance The Rapper, brought his high energy and charm to the main stage on Day Three. As he jumped all over the stage, he delivered hit after hit from all three of his mixtapes, 10 Day, Acid Rap
and Coloring Book
Third Eye Blind
Talk about nostalgia! Not only did Third Eye Blind play their classics like "Jumper," "Semi-Charmed Life" and "Never Let You Go" but they did a David Bowie tribute that made us feel all the feels.
We can't decide what we like the most about Miguel: his style, smile, dance moves or that smooth, angelic voice. He pulled out all the cards during his set at the Twin Peaks stage as he performed older hits like "Adorn" and newer favorites like "Waves."
London-based group, HAELOS, left the crowd in awe at the Panhandle stage. With their electro pop and trip-hop sounds, vocalist Lotti Benardout delivered bold vocals throughout the whole set.
Let Our Video Of Haelos Hypnotize You
It was a nonstop dance party with Snakehips at Outsidelands. The DJ duo play remixes of Kaytranada's "LITE SPOTS," "Too Late" by Wild Belle and of course they couldn't leave out their track "All My Friends."
Oh how we love Oh Wonder. You can't resist Josephine Vander Gucht's sweet-sounding vocals and the slow-grooving R&B and alt-pop sounds of their music. And they're personalities match their music, too!
Watch Our Interview With On Wonder