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Photos: 2018 Sasquatch! Music Festival day three wraps up the holiday weekend



A crowd gathers to watch Japanese Breakfast at the Yeti Stage. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Sarah Northrop/Emerald)

 

Phoebe Bridgers performing “Smoke Signals” from her “Stranger in the Alps” album. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Dana Sparks/Emerald)

 

Anna Butterss, bassist for Phoebe Bridgers, looks out into the crowd. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Dana Sparks/Emerald)

 

Leo Pellegrino of Too Many Zooz looks out to the Bigfoot Stage crowd. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Sarah Northrop/Emerald)

 

Leo Pellegrino of Too Many Zooz pelvic thrusts his saxophone. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Sarah Northrop/Emerald)

 

A rowdy crowd gathers to watch Too Many Zooz. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Sarah Northrop/Emerald)

 

Leo Pellegrino of Too Many Zooz looks out to the Bigfoot Stage crowd. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Sarah Northrop/Emerald)

 

(Sandy) Alex G performs against an animated backdrop designed by his guitarist, Sam Acchione. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Sarah Northrop/Emerald)

 

Adrianne Lenker of Big Thief keeps her eyes hidden under her short hair as she sends moody indie rock jams into evening crowd. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Dana Sparks/Emerald)

 

Max Oleartchik, bassist of Big Thief, closes his eyes and listens to lead singer and guitarist Adrianne Lenker’s guitar solo. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Dana Sparks/Emerald)

 

Big Thief drummer James Krivchenia slows and looks to Adrianne Lenker as she dives into a guitar solo. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Dana Sparks/Emerald)

 

Rapper Noname appeared on the Bigfoot Stage on day three. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Dana Sparks/Emerald)

 

Noname raps from her album “Telefone” in a personal performance with a lot interaction with the crowd. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Dana Sparks/Emerald)

 

tUnE-yArDs on the main stage playing “ABC 123”. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Dana Sparks/Emerald)

 

The Sasquatch! main stage stands tall above the festival crowd. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Sarah Northrop/Emerald)

 

Japanese Breakfast is a solo project of Michelle Zauner, left, that began in Philadelphia. Her band played Sasquatch on her sophomore album Soft Sounds from Another Planet. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Dana Sparks/Emerald)

 

Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast returns to the Pacific Northwest to play on day three. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Dana Sparks/Emerald)

 

Japanese Breakfast performs on the Yeti Stage. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Sarah Northrop/Emerald)

 

Michelle Zauner, a.k.a. Japanese Breakfast, performs on the Yeti Stage. Zauner, a Eugene native, described herself to the audience as a “Pacific Northwest girl.” A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Sarah Northrop/Emerald)

 

Japanese Breakfast gets down to the crowd. Japanese Breakfast performs on the Yeti Stage. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Sarah Northrop/Emerald)

 

A festival-goer blows bubbles. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Sarah Northrop/Emerald)

 

Neko Case performs with her band on the Sasquatch! main stage. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Sarah Northrop/Emerald)

 

Neko Case performs with her band on the Sasquatch! main stage. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Sarah Northrop/Emerald)

 

A group of wind turbines overlooks the Gorge Amphitheatre as the sun sets. A weekend to remember, the Sasquatch! Music Festival wraps up on May 27, 2018. (Sarah Northrop/Emerald)

 

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Sarah Northrop

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Sarah is the Photo Editor for the Daily Emerald. She has experience in all kinds of photography and visual tempo, as well as feature writing and news reporting. In her free time she enjoys hiking, live music and petting dogs.