Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, Bigfoot Stage, 4:05 p.m.(ish): Great ensemble rock in the proud tradition of the E Street Band and the Arcade Fire. Only hella sloppy. One of the more exciting indie-rock show I've seen in years.
OK Go, Mainstage, 4:25 p.m.(ish): Far more similar to Spoon than I remember, only sparklier, thinner, perhaps slightly less artistic heft, definitely less self-aware, and with a better live show.
Brad--filling in for canceled Wale--Mainstage, 3:20(ish): I overheard an adorable family with a couple teenagers checking out Sasquatch! together talking about "Wale's" show on the mainstage. Dad: "I didn't hear one bit of rap. I heard guitar. He had a great guitarist." Wale had to cancel. The band was Seattle's Brad. And the guitarist was Pearl Jam's Stone Gossard. Dad knows a good guitar player when he hears one.
Fool's Gold, Yeti Stage, 1:20 p.m.(ish): This jam band, posing as an indie rock band, loves them some African pop. By 2 p.m., Saturday, it was the early set to beat.