Festivalgoers brought their own blankets to sit on the grass at Sunset Canyon Recreation Center and watch performances.
Los Angeles-based artist Duckwrth performs his verse on singer Rayana Jay’s song ''Love Me Like.'' The rapper surprised festivalgoers by jumping on stage to help close out Jay’s set.
Jay sang a variety of upbeat and slow songs, asking for audience participation throughout.
Duckwrth (left) and Jay (right) pose for pictures after their performances.
Kelsee Thomas, a 2017 fine arts alumna, was one of many artists painting murals at the festival.
Etana, a Grammy-nominated reggae artist, performs alongside her band and backup singers.
Kevo Gitz, who has toured with Etana, plays a guitar solo.
Tobi Lou, a Chicago-based rapper, singer-songwriter and record producer, looks at the crowd during his set.
An audience member and her friends react as Lou interacts with her in front of the crowd.
The crowd dances during the performance.
Lou meets with a fan after his set.
Freddie McGregor, a Grammy-nominated reggae musician from Jamaica, began his music career at the age of 7.
The Big Ship Band’s drummer looks at the crowd.
McGregor and The Big Ship Band perform their final song.