Curtis Harding

Curtis Harding

The Faces of Sasquatch! Music Festival 2018

Behind-the-scenes portraits with the some the fest’s best acts.

The Sasquatch! Music Festival always delivers a fun brand of noisy, sunburnt chaos at The Gorge over Memorial Day weekend. But there’s always value to sneaking away from the crowds for a little reprieve. We did just that to capture portraits of some of the festival’s best acts including TV on the Radio, Japandroids, and Pond.

All photos by Brady Harvey.

Tank and the Bangas

Tank and the Bangas

TV on the Radio

TV on the Radio

Gifted Gab

Gifted Gab

Japandroids

Japandroids

Pond

Pond

Jacob Banks

Jacob Banks

Polyrhthmics

Polyrhthmics

The Garden

The Garden

Son Little

Son Little

Thunderpussy

Thunderpussy

White Reaper

White Reaper

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