Sunny skies finally emerged for the closing day of Pitchfork Music Festival. We’d waited all weekend for this, and yet we found a way to complain. Seriously though, it was too damn hot. Scorching sun, high humidity and a temperature over 90 degrees kept festival-goers huddled under any available shade. With no relief from the heat in the immediate vicinity of the two largest stages, Sunday was an experiment in which acts sounded best from 500 feet away.
-Photographs by Ryan Zeller.