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North Coast Music Festival 2014 Saturday faces in the crowd

The neon, tank tops and costumes were in full effect for a strong day two of North Coast with Future Islands, Little Dragon and headliner Kid Cudi

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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.
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Lovers of EDM, rap, jam bands and indie rock filled Union Park on day two of North Coast Music Festival 2014, Saturday, August 30.

This was the day we were awaiting. Future Islands and Little Dragon, makers of two of our favorite albums of the year so far, played back to back. Baltimore synth pop outfit Future Islands proved to be one of the day's surprise hits, drawing a crowd with its dance-friendly beats and lead singer Samuel T. Herring's GIF-worthy dance moves. Back on the main stage, Little Dragon unleashed a succession of effervescent Scandinavian electro tunes as attendees sipped on $8 Heinekens. Talib Kweli, who has recently been lending his hand to Ferguson, led a strong hip-hop contingent that included headliner Kid Cudi. Overall the day was quite representative of North Coast, with a mix of rock, rap, jam (STS9) and EDM (Nicky Romero). Likewise, the crowd was a hodgepodge of color and costumes. I think it's safe to say the theme of this year is hula hoops and tie dye. Check out the crowd from Saturday.

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