The second weekend of Coachella starts off hot, with temperatures rising to almost 100 degrees.
The artist behind the paisleys, Sofia Enriquez, uses the motif because of its appearance in many cultures symbolizes the equality of all people.
Childish Gambino headlined Friday night. At one point during his set, he jumped off stage and ran around in the crowd.
Helium-filled balloons float hundreds of feet above the festival grounds, anchored by a handler who ensures they don't fly away.
Fans line the barricade so they can be up close to the artist and have an unobstructed view.
A nearly full moon rose through the sky the second day.
The iconic astronaut from 2014 returned to the festival this year. ''Overview Effect'' roams the grounds as concertgoers take photos with it. A new feature enables festival attendees to become the astronaut by having their face and name displayed on the helmet and name tag, respectively.
The ''Sarbalé Ke'' art installation offers festivalgoers refuge during the heat of the afternoon.
At night the towers are illuminated, offering another place for people to gather and take photos.
Flags waved during J Balvin's set, which was a tribute to Latin music.
''Colossal Cacti'' features seven vibrant cacti sculptures created by UCLA assistant adjunct architecture professor Andrew Kovacs.
''Spectra'' is a seven-story installation that sprirals visitors through different colors with every step.
Shadows are elongated by the desert sunset and colored magenta by tinted windows.
Spectators watch the sunset from the top level of ''Spectra,'' a 360-degree observatory deck.
Attendees could buy a ticket to ride the Ferris wheel that offered a view of the entire valley and festival.
Fans dance and sing to Khalid as he performs on stage.
A worker cleans the windows in ''Spectra'' to keep them clear of smudges and fingerprints.