Day two proved a bit more challenging weather-wise for the crowds at Outside Lands, but a bit of gloom and a touch of drizzle didn't damper any spirits. After some heavy-hitters from day one, the artists had big stages to fill on what arguably could be the busiest day of the festival. The number of attendees seemed to have doubled from Friday, as masses of people trekked from Lands End to Twin Peaks in regular intervals. Diversity seemed to be Saturday's namesake with a range of artists playing to the throngs of festivalgoers, like the indie rock Haim to the disco-loving Duck Sauce, and back to the legendary sounds of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. Check out just a few of our favorite moments below from Outside Lands day two.
The Haim Sisters rock out
Though calm at first, the crowd definitely livened up as the three Haim sisters took the stage. The set worked itself into a frenzy, as fans climbed onto each other's shoulders and joined Haim in a chorus of their favorite tracks.
Tycho's live performance
The Bay Area native wooed crowds with a live performance of his tracks, featuring the band we've come to expect. Here we see Zac Brown on guitar with frontman Scott Hansen on the synthesizer.
Duck Sauce taking us back
A-Trak made a strong appearance at OSL last year, but returned with the other half of Duck Sauce, Armand Van Helden, to take us back to the gold age of disco. Song selection included all the hits, like "Big Bad Wolf", "aNYway", and Van Helden's "U Don't Know Me".
Boys Noize going acid
There's nothing quite like a Boys Noize show, and this remained true throughout his OSL performance. It was everything a fan could want, and Ridha broke out some classic sounds that sent the crowd wild.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Hailing from Seattle, the West Coaster felt at home in the cold San Francisco night, bringing a performance that left hearts melting. Congrats to the lucky couple who were engaged on stage!
Photo Credit: Erica Deeman