Grandoozy's Second Day Was All About The Chill

 The crowd at Snow Tha Product.

The crowd at Snow Tha Product.

Vibes were noticeably more chill yesterday at Grandoozys second day. Festivalgoers beat the heat in the Capital One Cardholder Lounge, in the shade under trees near the craft cocktail “Flight School,” and in tents near the “Arts & Crafts” area. An ice cold beer seemed to be on nearly everyone’s Day Two agenda, whether they sampled pours from spots like Elysian Brewing, Left Hand Brewing, or Breckenridge Brewing, or grabbed a Bud Light four-pack from the Bud Light “Dive Bar.”

 Pours in the “Arts & Crafts” tent.

Pours in the “Arts & Crafts” tent.

Notable performances of the day included Snow Tha Product, Sturgill Simpson, Young the Giant, and of course, the show-stopping Florence and the Machine, who closed out the night under the stars with the evening’s large crescent moon seemingly floating above the stage. Her performance was magical with a live harpist, her powerful vocals, and her messages of self-love and consciousness for the crowd.

Unlike Friday, where festival attendees seemed more dressed for the heat and comfort, Saturday’s goers came in full costumes, lots of glitter, and fun festival fashion pieces. It was entertaining to see everyone expressing their creative clothing choices, and added to the day’s fun, yet laid-back vibes.  

Today, Stevie Wonder will close out the festival. Logic, St. Vincent, and The Chainsmokers will also be on deck. We’ll be exploring “The Break Room” and “The Backyard” at today’s fest, so come dance with us! Day passes for Grandoozy’s finale are still available here.  

Read more of our Grandoozy festival coverage here.

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