Day two of the Pitchfork Music Festival was a lot more crowded than the first day. That's not surprising since Saturday had the best lineup of the weekend. On day two A Tribe Called Quest played one of their first shows in over a year, and longtime musician PJ Harvey put on a stellar performance that might end up being the best of the weekend.
On day one of Pitchfork Music Festival 2017 there were some things that needed to be ironed out. One was the long lines. It was taking people over an hour to get inside the festival grounds, but that did not seem to be a problem on Saturday. On the second day they opened up another entrance, which helped a lot. It was good of the festival to realize their mistake, and fix it for Saturday's sold out crowd.
Aside from PJ Harvey's amazing performance, Francis and the Lights also put on a good show over on the smaller blue stage. At one point he even climbed a tall tree and sang from it. They weren't the only two artists that stood out. Listed below are some more memorable moments from day two of Pitchfork Music Festival 2017.