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Panorama Festival 2018: Day Two Recap

After the storm clouds forced the Panorama organizers to abruptly cancel the Friday presentation – cut sets by Dua Lipa, The Weeknd, and more – festivalgoers flocked back to Randall on Saturday (June 28) for a rain-free day Iceland two. And aside from another weather-related cancellation by Lil Wayne, the bulging schedule ran as planned, with sets of Japanese Breakfast, SZA, Gucci Mane, and finally a hit hit by headliner Janet Jackson.

Catch up on everything that went down on the second day.

15:06 Seconds after flirting with their guitarist about their unbelief of playing on the same stage that revered Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane will grace later ("East Atlanta Santa, oh my god! "" What's his name? "), Jay Som-frontwoman Melina Duterte launches in" The Bus Song, "a chugging highlight from 201

7 Everybody Works . When it's time for the backing vocals to sing along in the second stanza, their guitarist calls " BUT I LIKE THE BUS! " with similar vigor as his previous Gucci praise – earns a surprised (impressed?) Mid- Song "Wow" by Duterte. – ANDREW UNTERBERGER

15:58 It's been less than three weeks since the Norwegian pop sensation Sigrid released her latest EP Raw but The fans are already singing word for word, while the 21-year-old is showing outstanding performance. "Throw you over the Pavilion stage in rainbow-striped pants, a blue crop top, and Nike kicks, and it's a relief to the singer," Thank you for helping me forget the lyrics, "she says But Sigrid also throws it back on a couple of older songs and breaks out her two middle fingers for a rousing performance of "Plot Twist" and of course her 2017 breakthrough "Do not Kill My Vibe" closing with fist-pumping single "Strangers." – TATIANA CIRISANO

4:54 pm pm The last rock band on the Panorama main stage, PVRIS, is just getting underway Crowd is already in the queue for Janet Jackson's headlining set, tearing the band from Massachusetts' wild synth-assisted-banger from the latest All We Know of Heaven to All We Need of Hell , drive "Half", where frontwoman Lynn Gunn takes a break from the guitar work to drum on the drums for some extra percussion in the scorching outro of the song. – CHRIS PAYNE

17:14 "This song requires a lot of jumping." Lynn Gunn of PVRIS is right. It's the raw pop-punk energy of "My House", the crowd pleaser of the debut released in 2014 White Noise . Feet that have been resting for the past half hour are now moving, adapting to the kinetic rhythm of the web. – CP

18:27 Half an hour after Lil Wayne went to the main stage, a message flickered across the screen: "THE WEATHER CONDITIONS OF LIL WAYNE WERE DELAYED THAT HE CAN NOT DO MORE TONIGHT. " The moaning of concertgoers at the sudden cancellation is heard from the Pavilion stage, where pop rock genius and guitar shredder St. Vincent will soon emerge. – T. C.

18:45. After performing on the larger Pavilion stage early in the morning, the Los Angeles rock outfit Lo Moon plays a second riff on the Bud Light Dive Bar stage, which slowly unfolds into a cover by Peter Bjorn & John. # 39; 00s indie pop classic "Young People." However, her version brings the song to waves of Delirious electric guitar, without singing posts – not even a whistle. It's not the only alternative standard reinvented on the dive bar stage; About an hour later, Australian singer-songwriter CLOVES will perform an addition to their bluesy cover of Mazzy Star's "Fade Into You". – A.U.

19:37 St. Vincent (aka Annie Clark) turns off her electric guitar for the tenth time and chooses a light blue after going through a series of guitars in pink, orange and white is danced. The singer-songwriter and guitarist-mastermind rocks a bright orange bodysuit with fishnet stockings and matching knee-high boots. Tracks from the Maseduction LP such as "Pills", "Los Ageless" and "Dancing With a Ghost" as dystopian scenes play on the canvas behind her – and stray " YAAS!" Squeaks pour out of the crowd. A partial a capella version of the piano ballad "New York", based on Clark's own time in the East Village, offers a fitting ending. – T. C.

8:31 pm. SZA is running out of time. "We have five minutes!" the R & B star yaps (and there are actually four) and quickly asks the main stage crowd, "Who's twenty here?" before she goes through Ctrl Coming-of-age melody "20 Something", one of the last tracks she squeezes into a 50-minute set that also includes "Broken Clocks", "Drew Barrymore" and " Love Galore "contains. "The camera revolves around a dancing, glittering paramedic, while Panorama is celebrating even the medical professions.The warm acoustic song provides the perfect soundtrack for fans to watch the sunset over the adjacent Harlem River, though it's hard to see SZA out of the To keep an eye out, curl up in a flowered dress to the music and stroll, before strolling backstage. – TC, JOSEPH LYNCH

8:41 pm " We can not do that with Guwop now! "This was DJ Champ, official DJ of Gucci Mane, who chastised the sound people in the Panorama after the power issues had led to music making several occasions during his intro set.Unfortunately, the problems return during the main set of the Trap God – even Keyshia Ka & Oir's performance on stage is interrupted – but after the fans cheer for their wishes, the rapper rescues the day with a cappella spitting from his 2009 hit "Lemonade." Then DJ Champ releases the fall classic beat and suddenly everything is correct in the Gucciverse. – AU

9:30 During their performance of "Together Again" appear pictures of young Janet Jackson and her father, of the late Joe Jackson, on the main stage After the song, she spreads her arms and points to the sky. "I miss you – you both." – JL

10:38 pm Si e have a relatively early morning (sunday) morning, but L.A.'s Chicano Batman take the stage across the river in Williamsburg's Brooklyn Bowl, ready to go hard at one of Panorama's official after-parties. For over an hour, the quartet has provided a rousing, improvised backdrop of funk, psych rock and tropicalia for late-night visitors. We already have a must for the early morning hours. – C.P.

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