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Project Pabst Sunday photos and wrap up: Beck, Nas, Spoon, more



MusicfestNW presents Project Pabst has concluded its second and final day. Sunday featured Beck, Nas, Spoon, Noname, Whitney and more. Check below to see photos from the final day of the festival.

Check out our coverage from Saturday here. Photos include Iggy Pop, Die Antwoord, Father John Misty and more. 

All photos by Hannah Steinkopf-Frank.

Beck plays his “Black Tambourine” on Sunday, Aug. 27 at MusicfestNW presents Project Pabst. (Hannah Steinkopf-Frank/Emerald)

Beck performs during his headlining set at MusicfestNW presents Project Pabst on Sunday, Aug. 27. (Hannah Steinkopf-Frank/Emerald)

Beck drew material from his ’90s hits and recent Grammy winning album alike in an energetic headlining performance at MusicfestNW presents Project Pabst on Sunday, Aug. 27. (Hannah Steinkopf-Frank/Emerald)

Nas headlines at the Unicorn stage during MusicfestNW presents Project Pabst on Sunday, Aug. 27. Project Pabst was his first Portland performance since 2009. (Hannah Steinkopf-Frank/Emerald)

Nas, often in the conversation for best rapper of all time, graces the stage at MusicfestNW presents Project Pabst on Sunday, Aug. 27. (Hannah Steinkopf-Frank/Emerald)

Britt Daniel of Spoon sings on his knees at the edge of the Captain Pabst stage. MusicfestNW presents Project Pabst took place at the Tom McCall Waterfront Park on Saturday, Aug. 26 and Sunday, Aug. 27 (Hannah Steinkopf-Frank/Emerald)

Spoon performs with the album artwork from its newest album, ‘Hot Thoughts,’ in the background. MusicfestNW presents Project Pabst took place at the TomMcCall Waterfront Park in Portland on Aug. 27. (Hannah Steinkopf-Frank/Emerald)

Julien Ehrlich plays drums and sings for Chicago’s Whitney on Sunday, Aug. 27 at the Tom McCall Waterfront Park. (Hannah Steinkopf-Frank/Emerald)

Whitney perform on the Unicorn stage at MusicfestNW presents Project Pabst on Sunday, Aug 27. Drummer Julien Ehrlich spent time in the Portland-based band Unknown Mortal Orchestra before forming Whitney with guitarist Max Kakacek. (Hannah Steinkopf-Frank/Emerald)

Chicago rapper Noname (real name Fatimah Warner) energizes the crowd on Sunday, Aug. 27 at MusicfestNW presents Project Pabst. Noname uses poetic lyricism to discuss political issues through her music. (Hannah Steinkopf-Frank/Emerald)

San Fermin from Brooklyn performs at the Unicorn stage at MusicfestNW presents Project Pabst on Sunday, Aug 27. (Hannah Steinkopf-Frank/Emerald)

Greta Kline sings and plays guitar for indie-rock band Frankie Cosmos on Sunday, Aug. 27 at the Tom McCall Waterfront Park. In an interview with the Emerald, Kline said “I don’t drink, so it feels really funny to be playing a beer-themed thing.” Regardless of whether she drank Pabst or not, the set was strong. (Hannah Steinkopf-Frank/Emerald)

Kevin Rainsberry and Erica Freas of Rvivr from Olympia, Washington, perform on the Unicorn stage at MusicfestNW presents Project Pabst. The festival took place at the Tom McCall Waterfront Park on Sunday, Aug. 27. (Hannah Steinkopf-Frank/Emerald)

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Craig Wright

Craig Wright

Craig is the senior arts and culture editor for the Emerald. He is from West Linn, Oregon, and is a senior majoring in journalism at the UO. He has made Nick Frost laugh and has been deemed to be "f---ed up in the head" by legendary thrash-metal band Slayer.