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Gallery: Head In The Clouds

By Mia Kayser

September 24, 2018 12:59 pm

DJ and music producer Diablo briefly crowd surfs during his set, the second of the day.

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Japanese singer Sen Morimoto plays saxophone between singing bilingual lyrics.

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Yung Pinch entertains the crowd with his energetic raps.

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88rising member AUGUST 08 brings out rapper Duckwrth as a surprise guest.

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Koreatown native and rapper Dumbfoundead continues to hype up the crowd.

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Audience members scatter themselves amongst the park as music plays from the festival’s singular stage.

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Rapper KOHH delivers a passionate performance during his US debut.

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The much anticipated Chinese rap group Higher Brothers began their set with one of their hits, ''Made in China.''

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The crowd was blown away as Anderson .Paak was introduced as a surprise guest.

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Keith Ape douses the audience with water.

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Hip-hop producer Murda Beatz brought out rapper MadeinTYO, another surprise guest.

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Singer Joji delivers a soulful performance while also making the audience laugh with his playful commentary.

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The crowd’s energy level increases as the last solo performer, Indonesian rapper Rich Brian, is about to appear onstage.

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The crowd shines their phone flashlights to accompany one of Rich Brian’s songs.

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Rich Brian professed his gratitude to the Los Angeles crowd several times during his performance.

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The entirety of 88rising, alongside other festival performers, congregated onstage and made one last performance for the crowd.

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