FYF Festival Photo Diary

FYF Festival Photo Diary

It Wouldn't Be Summer Without Fuck Yeah Fest, and This Year's Was Full On. Fan Out to Moz, D'Aangelo, Yeezy, and More

It Wouldn't Be Summer Without Fuck Yeah Fest, and This Year's Was Full On. Fan Out to Moz, D'Aangelo, Yeezy, and More

Photography: Paul L Carter

Saturday

Jesus Mary Chain played their 1985 album, Psychocandy, in full.

Run the Jewels brought a ton of special guests on stage, including Zack de la Rocha of Rage Against the Machine and Travis Barker of Blink 182.

Kanye West for once didn't talk much, but pulled Rihanna from the pit to sing a couple songs with him.

Sunday

Solange Knowles started 20 minutes late but made up for it quickly by taking her bra off and throwing it into the crowd, saying, "Free the nip."

During Flume's rendition of "Tennis Court," the song's writer, Lorde, surprised the crowd with an onstage performance.

D'Angelo, controlling the crowd with expert musicianship, was dressed as if ready for Burning Man.

Morissey opened with images of the queen flipping off the crowd projected behind him, followed by images of police brutality. One lucky fan broke through and hugged him onstage as he continued to sing unphased, at one point acknowledging that it seemed he was just playing to a bunch of security guards. He even asked a majority of them to leave, to no avail.

FKA twigs closed the festival in her signature moody high fashion style.

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