Iska Dhaaf Sasquatch
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Early arriving festival goers were first greeted by the sounds of Iska Dhaaf as they entered Sasquatch! on Friday.
Kithkin Sasquatch
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The wild men of Kithkin showed little regard for their own safety (or the audience's) when plunging into the crowd at the Narwhal stage.
De La Soul Sasquatch
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De La Soul sounded great when they were actually rapping, but too much forced crowd work derailed the set's flow.
Sasquatch Art
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Sasquatch! hosted were multiple painters at work during Sasquatch!, creating murals, decorating pyramids while the music played.
Shakey Graves Sasquatch
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Shakey Graves charmed festival goers with his refreshing vocals, kick drum suitcase, and southern hospitality. (AZ)
Chance the Rapper Sasquatch
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Chance the Rapper whipped the Bigfoot stage crowd into a frenzy during his energetic Friday performance.
Sasquatch Couple
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A quintessential Sasquatch! couple.
Foals Sasquatch
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Foals kept the energy flowing on the main stage while playing to the masses during sunset on Friday. (AZ)
Sasquatch Squirrel
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Just when you think you've seen it all at Sasquatch!, you see a stuffed squirrel with googly eyes wearing shorts.
Phantogram Sasquatch
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Even Phantogram frontwoman Sarah Barthel couldn't help but dance to her band's electronic rock during its Friday evening show.
Phantogram Tambourine Sasquatch
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Phantogram's Sarah Barthel let her hair flow as she bangs on her tambourine.
Outkast Sasquatch
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Reunited and it feels so good. After years apart, Outkast didn't disappoint as Friday's headliner, delivering one of the best sets of the fest.
Willy Mason Sasquatch
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Willy Mason opened up Saturday on the main stage with his calming country-tinged songs that were aptly gentle for anyone who'd partied too hard the night before.
Deap Valley Sasquatch
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Eat your heart out fellas - L.A.'s Deap Vally took no prisoners kicking off the second day of Sasquatch. (AZ)
New Lungs Sasquatch
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The Narwhal stage was the place to be to catch up-and-coming Seattle bands like New Lungs.
Augustines Sasquatch
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Billy McCarthy of Augustines went all out as he tumbled around the main stage and bellowed clap-heavy songs filled with vowel sound sing-alongs tailor-made for the festival environment.
Sasquatch Arcade Tent
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This year's fest featured a retro arcade tent that allowed gamers a place to unwind by shooting zombies or trying for the Ms. Pac-Man high score.
Dude York Sasquatch
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Dude York's Peter Richards showed off his superpower of shredding. Wolverine would be proud.
Jump Rope Sasquatch
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A double Dutch diversion.
Sol Sasquatch
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Sol was part of a strong turnout for Seattle hip-hop at this year's Sasquatch!.
City and Clour Sasquatch
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There was a marriage proposal during City and Colour's set on Saturday, and frontman Dallas Green brought the couple out to announce the engagement.
Violent Femmes Saquatch
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Violent Femmes had the main stage crowd singing along as they opened their set with "Blister in the Sun."
Deafheaven Sasquatch
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Deafheaven's George Clarke proved to be one of Sasquatch!'s most captivating performers with his militaristic orchestration and piercing screams.
Deafheaven Crowd Sasquatch
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When Deafheaven's George Clarke wasn't screaming his lungs out, he took time to relax with some friends.
Cloud Control Sasquatch
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Australia's Cloud Control captivated the crowd during their electric set on the Yeti stage. (AZ)
M.I.A. Sasquatch
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The crowd went wild for M.I.A. during her hyper-kinetic main stage performance.
Sandrider Sasquatch
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Like a moth to the flame, Seattle's Sandrider drew a flock of festival-goers into their heavy chaos Saturday night. (AZ)
Super Geek League Sasquatch
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Super Geek League brought its bizarre circus eccentricities to its very own stage at this year's Sasquatch!.
Tyler, the Creator Sasquatch
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Tyler, the Creator is awful in just about every way, but fans turn out in droves regardless.
The National Sasquatch
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Few performers work out their emotions on stage as much as the National's Matt Berninger. He brought sorrow and fury to stage during the band's headlining set.
Sasquatch Bucket Beer Pong
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The Sasquatch! campers found a more creative way to play beer pong on a larger scale.
Tacocat Sasquatch
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Tacocat's Emily Nokes shows off her bubbly personality during Tacocat's energetic early Sunday set. (It's okay, I hate me for that pun too.)
Big Scary Sasquatch
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Big Scary's Tom Iansek tickled the keys while opening the band's dreamy sun-soaked set with the song "Twin Rivers." (AZ)
Brody Dalle Sasquatch
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Brody Dalle brought the raw rage as the only punk artist to play the main stage at this year's fest.
The Worm Sasquatch
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La Luz brought surf rock to the Yeti stage on Sunday and the dancers turned out in droves, including this fellow who busted out the worm.
Shelby Earl Sasquatch
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Seattle's Shelby Earl valiantly battled stage sound bleed from louder acts during her performance at the Narwal stage, providing Sasquatch! with some much needed softness.
The Lonely Forest Sasquatch
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Anacortes's the Lonely Forest played one of their final sets before going on an indefinite hiatus at the end of the summer.
Grass Couple Sasquatch
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Sometimes you just need a moment to relax on the grass during Sasquatch!.
Tune-Yards Sasquatch
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Tune-Yards' Merrill Garbus lets it all hang out ("it" being her tongue) during her band's impressively energetic performance.
Lucius Sasquatch
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No, that's not a mirror image, it's just the stylish Lucius playing the Yeti stage on Sunday.
Hannibal Buress Sasquatch
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Hannibal Buress proved why he's one of the absolute best standups in the world by delivering the best comedy performance of the weekend.
Demetri Martin Sasquatch
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Demetri Martin's standup set drew one of the biggest comedy crowds Sasquatch! has ever seen.
Bob Mould Sasquatch
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Bob Mould had the unenviable task of vying for the Sunday afternoon rock audience while HAIM played the main stage. But even at 53, he proved he can still rock as hard as anyone at the fest.
Waxahatchee Sasquatch
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Waxahatchee (aka Katie Crutchfield) rocked the Yeti stage with her collection of crushingly sad songs.
Rodriguez Sasquatch
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Searching for Sugar Man protagonist Rodrigez took to the Bigfoot stage to play his folky rock gems.
Kid Cudi Sasquatch
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The list of MCs better than Kid Cudi at performing live is either super short or completely non-existent. He garnered the craziest crowd of the weekend.
Parquet Courts Sasquatch
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Critically-adored punk band Parquet Courts closed out the Yeti stage with its mosh pit-inducing sounds.
Portugal. the Man Sasquatch
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Portugal. the Man bassist Zach Carothers takes an unusual approach to playing his instrument on the Bigfoot stage.
Queens of the Stone Age Saquatch
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Bolstered by a fantastic set list, Queens of the Stone Age closed out the Sasquatch! main stage with near flawless style.
Sasquatch Sparklers
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The sparklers came out during Queens of the Stone Age's set.
Iska Dhaaf Sasquatch
Kithkin Sasquatch
De La Soul Sasquatch
Sasquatch Art
Shakey Graves Sasquatch
Chance the Rapper Sasquatch
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Sasquatch Couple
Foals Sasquatch
Sasquatch Squirrel
Phantogram Sasquatch
Phantogram Tambourine Sasquatch
Outkast Sasquatch
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Willy Mason Sasquatch
Deap Valley Sasquatch
New Lungs Sasquatch
Augustines Sasquatch
Sasquatch Arcade Tent
Dude York Sasquatch
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Jump Rope Sasquatch
Sol Sasquatch
City and Clour Sasquatch
Violent Femmes Saquatch
Deafheaven Sasquatch
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Cloud Control Sasquatch
M.I.A. Sasquatch
Sandrider Sasquatch
Super Geek League Sasquatch
Tyler, the Creator Sasquatch
The National Sasquatch
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Sasquatch Bucket Beer Pong
Tacocat Sasquatch
Big Scary Sasquatch
Brody Dalle Sasquatch
The Worm Sasquatch
Shelby Earl Sasquatch
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The Lonely Forest Sasquatch
Grass Couple Sasquatch
Tune-Yards Sasquatch
Lucius Sasquatch
Hannibal Buress Sasquatch
Demetri Martin Sasquatch
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Bob Mould Sasquatch
Waxahatchee Sasquatch
Rodriguez Sasquatch
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Parquet Courts Sasquatch
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Queens of the Stone Age Saquatch
Sasquatch Sparklers
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