The tattoos. The indie darlings. The daredevil stunts. We take a look back at eight of the dreamiest performers from Fun Fun Fun Fest.
The pop princess
Portland princess Ruth Radelet proved pop is still sexy during the Chromatics' set.
The first lady of the fest
Asli Omar, frontwoman of The Tontons, exudes ethereal beauty. Couple her striking looks with an equally bewitching voice, and you've got our first leading lady of FFF8.
The indie darling
Geographer's Michael Deni became the Orange Stage's indie darling during the band's Saturday afternoon set.
The '70s throwback
Kurt Vile's luscious locks and lo-fi sounds offer a modern pathway back to the roots of rock.
Thrill-seekers had plenty of eye candy to watch during the weekend thanks to the festival's daredevil BMXers and skateboarders.
Dessa got the sultry side of Sunday started early with her not-so-good-girl rap set.
The tattooed charmer
Thee Oh Sees charmed a Black Stage crowd with raw rock sounds, skin-tight Levi's and sexy tattoos.
The hip hop royalty
Recently reunited Jurassic 5 closed down the festival, bringing West Coast hip hop royalty back to the Blue Stage. Just like their music, Akil the MC is aging like a fine wine.