Pitchfork Music Festival Day 3
Welcome to the third and final day of the
RedEye picks the best and worst from the fest.
Great end to a great weekend.
King Krule, looking ... 12.
AraabMuzik, looking tough.
Big "surprise" guest from AraabMuzik set: Chicago's own Chief Keef.
Maximillian Ortega relaxes in a hammock.
Great shot from Scott Strazzante of Kendrick Lamar's set on the Blue stage
She watched the Kendrick Lamar show, but didn't go on stage. Why must you tease us, Gaga?
Gonna turn it up at P4k fest, Bringin a special guest out stay tuned!!— araabMUZIK (@araabMUZIK) July 15, 2012
More good stuff from our boy Mike Rich at RedEye. Free Mike Rich! It's a movement.
Don't let a bit of rain put you off! We do seem to be bringing the English summer on tour with us though. Sorry about that.— Hot Chip (@Hot_Chip) July 15, 2012
Don't feel bad, guys. It's Chicago. We're used to it.
"Hey Ty Segall can you hear us?" Thee Oh Sees call out. "We"ve got some runnin around to do." They want to see Ty too, playing any minute— Greg Kot (@gregkot) July 15, 2012
RedEye gives us some fan fashion pics from #p4k. Really, where else are you going to see a woman dressed in a panda suit today?
Some more shots from yesterday, including the fans at Danny Brown, which made the Blue stage even more of a madhouse. Tough to even get closer than the street once the show got rolling.
Our friends at Chicago Shopping pick the 10 most stylish acts at Pitchfork this weekend. Who would be on your list?
A sneak preview.
A Lull takes the stage to open Day 3. They are on the Blue stage, while Dirty Beaches takes the Green stage. Who would you rather see?
New friends and old I'm thankful for u . I love u haters too. Just u closet haters I can do without.— Flying Lotus (@flyinglotus) July 15, 2012
One of the better shows from yesterday, no?
Our top-notch photo team brings us all the images of the day from Saturday's scene. We can't wait to see what they have in store for us today.
Let's revisit Greg Kot and Bob Gendron's recap from Day 2. More great work from our intrepid reporters, who managed to stay (somewhat) dry throughout the day.