HW Pick: Panorama Rounds Out Day 2 With Lit Performances

pan11Panorama rolled into the second day of its inaugural year with performances from Kendrick Lamar, The National, Sufjan Stevens, Kaytranada, Flosstradamus, Blood Orange, Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, Aurora, and more alongside technology-inspired art installations and food.


pan1pan4pan5Panorama inspired day two continued at The LAB which features works that combine technology, artistry and design, created exclusively by New York-based artists. The LAB is presented by the Verge, powered by HP, Inc., and curated by META.is. Artists include FutureWife, Dave & Gabe, Gabriel Pulecio, Mountain Gods, Red Paper Heart, Zachary Lieberman, Emilie Baltz, Philip Sierzega, and Antfood.


pan2pan7pan10pan12Guests can beat the heat at air conditioned spaces like The LAB, the Despacio Tent, and The Parlor Stage. Breezy, shaded areas (including The Pavilion Stage) and a misting canopy on the main lawn kept the sun off while fans helped themselves at the free water refill stations throughout the grounds.


pan8pan9pan13Tomorrow, LCD Soundsystem will headline the main stage, and bands including SIA, A$AP Rocky, Holy Ghost!, Run the Jewels, Grace Potter and more will perform.

Check out the full lineup here: http://www.panorama.nyc/lineup/#!programmation=grid$

Tickets for Sunday are available at the Panorama Box Office and online.

Credit Courtesy of Panorama Music Festival

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