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The Lonely Forest played its final show on the first day of Bumbershoot...
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...and then crowd surfed off into a new future.
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Comedian Paul F. Thompkins wore white before Labor Day and looked dapper doing it.
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Rory Scovel invited a 4-year-old in the audience named Aurora to play piano while he told jokes. She did not know how to play piano. They are now a traveling two-man show.
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The mustachioed Matt Braunger entertained audiences at the Comedy at the Playhouse standup stage.
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The weekends standup offerings featured more than a few surprise unannounced guests including the always terrific Maria Bamford.
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The always rambunctious Danny Brown got wild at the Fisher Green Stage on Saturday...
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...and did so while sporting a Frank Zappa T-shirt.
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The Native American experience was explored in the visual arts display tk.

Demian Dine' Yazhi', Custer's Last Stand, 2014, mixed media.
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Elvis Costello played an energetic set after celebrating his 60th birthday earlier in the week.
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Poliça brought its mix of alt-rock and synthpop sounds to the Fountain Lawn Stage on the first day of Bumbershoot.
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Janeane Garofalo takes a knee during her Saturday night standup set.
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Ted Leo and Amiee Mann's new band the Both showcased both the duo's musical talents and superb banter skills.
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Seattle's RA Scion helped get the Memorial Stadium crowd ready for Wu-Tang Clan with his set at the End Zone Stage.
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A fully loaded Wu-Tang Clan delivered a chaotic and unrelenting headlining set on Saturday night.
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New York's We Are Scientists entertained an early Sunday audience with kinetic, danceable rock tunes.
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As always, Schoolboy Q donned a bucket hat while riling up the Mainstage crowd on Sunday afternoon.
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ILLFIGHTYOU even resorted to climbing when exploring the stage space during its second day set.
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The visual arts exhibits gave Bumbershoot attendees a chance to escape from the frenzy outside.
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The haunting notes of Craft Spells melancholy rock drifts into the trees.
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At Bumbershoot you can either run around between stages or just kick back and relax.
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Seattle horror punk quartet Schoolyard Heroes reunited for Bumbershoot 2014 (and brought a sign language interpreter along).
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The Replacements reunited a couple years back, but the band's lively Bumbershoot performance was their first Seattle gig in decades.
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Yep, the Replacements still rock.
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IAMSU brought hip hop to the Fisher Green Stage on Sunday evening.
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You can never go wrong listen to the sweet vocal tones of Pickwick's Galen Disston.
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Acclaimed Washington D.C. indie band the Dismemberment Plan belted out fan favorites during the group's Sunday night set.
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Unsurprisingly, things got very funky when Bootsy Collins closed out the Fisher Green Stage on day two.
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Even when the tunes got dark, La Luz shined bright in the Labor Day sun.
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The biggest new that came out of Campfire Ok's set was that the band is changing its name to the Weather.
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Apparently this bro likes to party.
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Capitol Cities offered up a beautiful view of the Space Needle via sunglasses reflection.
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Capitol Cities's horn player hypes up the Mainstage crowd...
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...and said crowd, in turn, gets hyped.
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Moving the Mainstage back out to Memorial Stadium was a very, very, very good decision.
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Ukrainian folk quartet DakhaBrakha offered up one of the most unique sounds of the entire festival.
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With guests like Rory Scovel, Matt Braunger, and Janeane Garofalo, thing aptly got strange during a taping of Pete Holmes's You Made It Weird podcast.
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Old Man Luedecke is not actually that old of a man.
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KEXP broadcast live sets from Bumbershoot bands all weekend from the Bumbershoot Music Lounge.
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Poster artists showed off and sold their wares all weekend at Flatstock in the Armory.
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Paul F. Thompkins played the role of a time traveling H.G. Wells interviewing Aleister Crowley during a taping of The Dead Authors Podcast.
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It's hard to not move (and clap) along to the beat when Twin Shadow takes the stage.
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While Saturday was soggy, Sunday and Monday provided perfectly sunny whether (which made it necessary for Twin Shadow's backing band to wear shades).
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J. Cole tried to walk the line between energetic anthems and social conscious songs during his Monday Mainstage set.
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Nada Surf proved to be as consistent as ever during its Labor Day evening show.
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Tangerine provided a little dose of sister power at the End Zone Stage.
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Jonathan Richman seemed to overflow with joy and silliness during his set at the Mural Amphitheatre.
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Real Estate closed out the Fountain Lawn Stage with its sharp brand of indie rock.
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Reverend Horton Heat in the Monday darkness.
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Despite playing last, Aer made sure it brought insane energy for Bumbershoot 2014's final performance.
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