The festivities didn’t slow down for as second as Saturday rolled in, and bands like [lastfm]Alberta Cross[/lastfm] and [lastfm]Portugal. The Man[/lastfm] paved the way for bigger acts such as [lastfm]Whiz Kalifa[/lastfm] and [lastfm]Buffalo Springfield[/lastfm].
Drawing from their recent success at being featured in every movie, commercial, and videogame, [lastfm]The Black Keys[/lastfm] gathered a massive crowd to watch their brand of bare-bones, blues-infused garage rock.
[lastfm]Mumford and Sons[/lastfm], another band with a recent surge in popularity, managed to garner an even bigger crowd than [lastfm]Lil Wayne[/lastfm] had at the same stage on Friday, including a couple of celebrities like Zach Braff and Donald Glover who came to see the bluegrass influenced folk of the band.
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