The sun shines on Sasquatch!.

The sun shines on Sasquatch!.

Sasquatch! Music Festival 2018 Photo Recap

From big bands to casual hangs, we take a look back at all the action over Memorial Day weekend at The Gorge.

We’ve finally washed clean every baked-on layer of dust, so it’s time for a proper, chronological photographic look back at last weekend’s Sasquatch! Music Festival. Beyond all the attention-grabbing artists we’ve written about, there was plenty of other fun to be had in the hot Memorial Day weekend sun at The Gorge. Here are the images that capture some of our favorite moments.

All photos by Brady Harvey. Words by Seth Sommerfeld.

Jeff Rosentock starting things off with some dirty pop punk.

Jeff Rosentock starting things off with some dirty pop punk.

Julien Baker screams to the heavens.

Julien Baker screams to the heavens.

Umbrellas were only needed for photoshoots and sun-blocking last weekend.

Umbrellas were only needed for photoshoots and sun-blocking last weekend.

The Garden surfs the wave of good Sasquatch! vibes.

The Garden surfs the wave of good Sasquatch! vibes.

Hurray for the Riff Raff’s Alynda Segarra sings folk rock and rallying cries for Puerto Rico during the band’s Bigfoot set.

Hurray for the Riff Raff’s Alynda Segarra sings folk rock and rallying cries for Puerto Rico during the band’s Bigfoot set.

Hurray for the Riff Raff.

Hurray for the Riff Raff.

Grass lounging.

Grass lounging.

Vince Staples playfully pokes at the overwhelming whiteness of the Sasquatch! audience during his mainstage set.

Vince Staples playfully pokes at the overwhelming whiteness of the Sasquatch! audience during his mainstage set.

Vince Staples.

Vince Staples.

Vince Staples.

Vince Staples.

Vince Staples.

Vince Staples.

Aussie rock band Pond puts on one of the more sonically tight sets at the Yeti stage.

Aussie rock band Pond puts on one of the more sonically tight sets at the Yeti stage.

Pond.

Pond.

The crowd takes in Pond.

The crowd takes in Pond.

Pond.

Pond.

Some off-stage frisbee fun with Pond.

Some off-stage frisbee fun with Pond.

Press room superstar, Bernie.

Press room superstar, Bernie.

David Byrne’s phenomenal live show can stimulate any brain.

David Byrne’s phenomenal live show can stimulate any brain.

David Byrne’s band.

David Byrne’s band.

David Byrne.

David Byrne.

David Byrne.

David Byrne.

The sunset at the Gorge is <em>pretty okay</em>, if you’re into that sorta thing.

The sunset at the Gorge is pretty okay, if you’re into that sorta thing.

Nao sings and dances the night away at the El Chupacabra tent.

Nao sings and dances the night away at the El Chupacabra tent.

Nao.

Nao.

Thundercat deliveres a funky jazz explosion on Friday night.

Thundercat deliveres a funky jazz explosion on Friday night.

Thundercat’s audience.

Thundercat’s audience.

Thundercat.

Thundercat.

Tyler the Creator closes out night one of the fest.

Tyler the Creator closes out night one of the fest.

Seattle’s Bread and Butter brings the early rock on Saturday.

Seattle’s Bread and Butter brings the early rock on Saturday.

Sasquatch!’s answer to Wilson on ‘Home Improvement.’

Sasquatch!’s answer to Wilson on ‘Home Improvement.’

Pickwick howls while opening up the second day’s mainstage action.

Pickwick howls while opening up the second day’s mainstage action.

Curtis Harding gives Bigfoot some soul.

Curtis Harding gives Bigfoot some soul.

Find someone who looks at you the way Girlpool’s Harmony Tividad looks at bandmate Cleo Tucker.

Find someone who looks at you the way Girlpool’s Harmony Tividad looks at bandmate Cleo Tucker.

Backstage sprinkler frolicking with Thunderpussy.

Backstage sprinkler frolicking with Thunderpussy.

Queen Lizzo holds court during a swagger-filled set.

Queen Lizzo holds court during a swagger-filled set.

Lizzo.

Lizzo.

Lizzo.

Lizzo.

You would think someone with wings wouldn’t need to be carried…

You would think someone with wings wouldn’t need to be carried…

Japandroids shredding through the heat.

Japandroids shredding through the heat.

Japandroids.

Japandroids.

Japandroids.

Japandroids.

White Reaper rocks Yeti.

White Reaper rocks Yeti.

A Grizzly Bear in the wild.

A Grizzly Bear in the wild.

Fans turn out in droves to let Sango fill the EDM hole in their collective heart.

Fans turn out in droves to let Sango fill the EDM hole in their collective heart.

Fans of photographer Brady Harvey point out the location of Brady Harvey.

Fans of photographer Brady Harvey point out the location of Brady Harvey.

Spoon’s Britt Daniel sees you.

Spoon’s Britt Daniel sees you.

Spoon.

Spoon.

Pedro the Lion’s light show is now nearly on par with David Bazan’s songwriting.

Pedro the Lion’s light show is now nearly on par with David Bazan’s songwriting.

It may be impossible for TV on the Radio to not sound stellar live.

It may be impossible for TV on the Radio to not sound stellar live.

TV on the Radio

TV on the Radio

TV on the Radio

TV on the Radio

Modest Mouse brings out the crowd to close down the second night at the mainstage.

Modest Mouse brings out the crowd to close down the second night at the mainstage.

Modest Mouse.

Modest Mouse.

Modest Mouse.

Modest Mouse.

Explosions in the Sky rock out under the stars.

Explosions in the Sky rock out under the stars.

Soccer Mommy kicks off the final day at the mainstage.

Soccer Mommy kicks off the final day at the mainstage.

Phoebe Bridgers goes full festival goth to fit the mood of her bummer songs.

Phoebe Bridgers goes full festival goth to fit the mood of her bummer songs.

If you like dancing sax players, Too Many Zooz might be for you.

If you like dancing sax players, Too Many Zooz might be for you.

Aussie Alex Lahey tried not to get too sunburnt while rocking out.

Aussie Alex Lahey tried not to get too sunburnt while rocking out.

Tanka and the Bangas holding this down on the big stage.

Tanka and the Bangas holding this down on the big stage.

Tanka and the Bangas.

Tanka and the Bangas.

Charly Bliss bounces around during its peppy set.

Charly Bliss bounces around during its peppy set.

Charly Bliss.

Charly Bliss.

Charly Bliss getting up close with fans at the Easy Street Records booth.

Charly Bliss getting up close with fans at the Easy Street Records booth.

Merrill Garbus of Tune-Yards displays an array of emotions when performing.

Merrill Garbus of Tune-Yards displays an array of emotions when performing.

Tune-Yards

Tune-Yards

Japanese Breakfast says hi.

Japanese Breakfast says hi.

Wind is no match for Neko Case.

Wind is no match for Neko Case.

No one can saunter around a stage like Perfume Genius.

No one can saunter around a stage like Perfume Genius.

Perfume Genius.

Perfume Genius.

Big Thief kicks out the jams.

Big Thief kicks out the jams.

Big Thief

Big Thief

Soaking in Slowdive.

Soaking in Slowdive.

Slowdive.

Slowdive.

Getting contemplative with The National.

Getting contemplative with The National.

The National.

The National.

The National.

The National.

Anderson .Paak closes out the fest in virtuoso style.

Anderson .Paak closes out the fest in virtuoso style.

Anderson .Paak’s crowd.

Anderson .Paak’s crowd.

Anderson .Paak.

Anderson .Paak.

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