The 2014 Pitchfork Music Festival came to a close on Sunday. The lineup was hip hop heavy and kept the crowd energized even after a long, fun weekend of music in the sun. For more of my Sunday photos, check out The Vinyl District. And if you missed them, my Friday photos can be seen here and my Saturday photos can be seen here. Thanks for the memories, Pitchfork!
Deafheaven put on a mesmerizing, intense performance.
Earl Sweatshirt came out to Journey's "Don't Stop Believing" and had the crowd laughing and dancing throughout his entire set.
Schoolboy Q was one of my weekend highlights.
Cadien of Twin Peaks and his chauffeur.
Real Estate brought their gorgeous tunes to the Red stage at dusk. If you haven't given their latest album, Atlas, a listen yet, I recommend you do so!
Slowdive is back and better than ever! They sounded excellent.
Grimes, who had one of my favorite albums of 2012 (Visions), bounced around the stage like a futuristic Barbie.
Kendrick Lamar closed down Pitchfork 2014. Backed by a full band, he played a lot of songs from his 2013 masterpiece, "Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City."