Thousands of colorfully dressed concert-goers flocked to Randall's Island for the three-day Panorama music festival over the weekend, with headlining sets by Solange, Frank Ocean, Tame Impala, A Tribe Called Quest and Nine Inch Nails.
Solange played an emotionally resonant set Friday night. At one point she brought out an entire brass band while climbing off stage to sing directly in front of the crowd.
The crowd moves between the festival's four stages.
A Tribe Called Quest Pays Tribute to Phife Dawg
Q-Tip of A Tribe Called Quest pays tribute to late member Phife Dawg during their set Sunday night.
There's no beach at Randall's Island, but there was a pool of sorts at Panorama.
Brooklyn's Mister Saturday Night threw a dance party for day two of the festival.
The crowd reacts to a blistering set by Vince Staples.
Nick Murphy, formerly known as "Chet Faker," gets his close-up on the main stage.
Belle and Sebastian
Belle and Sebastian featured some sultry imagery during their Saturday set.
They got the hint
A couple enjoys a kiss during Belle and Sebastian's set.
Let There Be Light
A young woman dances as the sun peeks out from overcast skies early Saturday evening.
Catching a few winks between sets.
A couple relaxes near the main stage.
On the Move
A festival-goer adds some rhythm to her step while moving through the grounds.
Here Comes the Sun
A couple dances while the sun peeks through a covered stage.
Holding on to the moment at the end of a set.