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Burgerama 2015: Our best photos from the fest

Check out our best band photos and festival crowd shots from Burgerama 2015

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Weezer at Burgerama 2015
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Bone Thugs-N-Harmony at Burgerama 2015

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Bone Thugs-N-Harmony at Burgerama 2015

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Dengue Fever at Burgerama 2015

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Burgerama's fourth annual live music fest was by far their best yet. On Saturday, Oklahoma indie trio Broncho nailed their early set, followed by solid acts by Bleached, Tijuana Panthers and Palma Violets. LA's Cherry Glazerr led into the afternoon, during which Beach Fossils and Fidlar dominated the main stage. Roky Erikson rok'ed his indoor set, and Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo brought his pop Frank onstage to play the drums during "Back to the Shack."

Sunday was packed with indie heavy hitters like Thee Oh Sees, Shannon & the Clams and Ariel Pink, who switched set times with metal stoners Witch, giving us all a bangover well before dark. Bone Thugs used their set to pay tribute to fallen fellow rappers and to reminisce about '94, which was well-received despite it being before a majority of festival-goers were born. LA locals Dengue Fever rocked the small stage, and festival darling Ty Segall didn't disappoint as the fest's closing headliner. We're already stoked for next year.

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