Bad Religion frontman Greg Graffin hashed out his signature punk rock songs, including “Los Angeles Is Burning,” “I Want To Conquer the World” and “21st Century (Digital Boy)."
A la carte options from Southern California eateries included veggie tacos from Pinches Tacos and pork shoulder sandwiches from The Custom Butcher.
For his Saturday afternoon set, up-and-coming Chazwick Bundick, better known as Toro y Moi, packed the Mojave tent with a display of his danceable, bright melodies.
Chet Faker, an Australian electronica musician, danced along with the audience to his thumping tunes, which included "Gold" and a cover of Blackstreet's "No Diggity."
Andrew Hozier-Byrne, known on stage as Hozier, performed on the Coachella stage with a full backing band. Hozier played a sonically stirring set, showing off his ability to craft solid pop rock tracks that promote his soulful, moving voice.
British indie rock band alt-j took to the Coachella stage Saturday evening to disseminate its brand of electro-rock – accompanied by a stellar light show – to thousands of fans.
Created by Ball-Nogues Studio, Pulp Pavilion is a canopy made entirely from recycled paper to form a composite structure. Ball-Nogues Studio recycled paper products into pulp by blending paper, water and pigment, and spraying it onto orange rope to create the lattices of the work of art.
Belle and Sebastian, led by frontman Stuart Murdoch, claimed it would “bring the mellow to Coachell-o” as the band mixed new music from its 2015 album, such as “Nobody’s Empire,” with fan favorites including “I’m a Cuckoo” and “I Want the World To Stop.”
Dancing quickly to the rhythms of her songs in a set full of sensuality, FKA twigs wore a provocative silver outfit that included half a glove and choker, giving her an angelic look to match her vocals.
After The Weeknd sang the first verse to “Heartless,” Kanye jumped onstage with “Can’t Tell Me Nothing,” sending thousands of fans rushing toward the Coachella stage.