Although we were exhausted from the first half of the festival weekend, nothing was going to stop us from enjoying the second half just as much, if not more. The acts got even better and the crowd finally started to find their rhythmic routine. Check out our photo roundup, which includes Big Grams, Local Natives, Third Eye Blind, and more.
This is a trio that cannot be messed with! Rapper Big Boi and Phantogram's Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter are undeniably bad ass performers.
Even if you don't like country/bluegrass music, you will like Chris Stapleton. He finds the best guitar grooves and sticks with them, putting on the most laid-back set of the day (which is much-needed, as the fest end approaches).
Two Door Cinema Club
Two Door Cinema Club can really make you dance. Their studio versions were already danceable, but when you turn up the volume and hear it coming out of their live instruments, it's a whole different feeling.
Chicago-based rapper put on one hell of a show, especially since it was for his hometown.
Rap/rave group, Die Antwoord, put on the trippiest show of the weekend...
If you're in the market for some good old fashioned punk/garage rock, look no further. Fidlar will have you joining mosh pits and screaming at the top of your lungs. It's a liberating experience.
Because there are so many members and it's so visibly collaborative, Local Natives is one of our favorite bands to see live.
Third Eye Blind
I think we all kind of chuckle to ourselves when we hear about Third Eye Blind, but they really are no joke.