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Arts + Culture Outside Lands 2019, day 2: Grabbing a CupcakKe and...

Outside Lands 2019, day 2: Grabbing a CupcakKe and some Edie Brickell

Hozier, Ella Mai, Amo Amo, SHALLOU, Bea Miller, NoMBe, and more scenes from the second day of the fest.

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Photographer Jon Bauer captures the spirit and music of this year’s fest. Check out Day 1 here, and Day 3 here.  

Hosier. Photo by Jon Bauer.

Hozier. Photo by Jon Bauer

Ella Mai. Photo by Jon Bauer.

Amo Amo. Photo by Jon Bauer.

Real crowd energy at Outside Lands. Photo by Jon Bauer.

Edie Brickell. Photo by Jon Bauer.

Edie Brickell and the New Bohemians. Photo by Jon Bauer.

Comedian Jimmy Yang. Photo by Jon Bauer.

Dancer at Outside Lands. Hozier. Photo by Jon Bauer

Bea Miller. Photo by Jon Bauer

Bea Miller Photo by Jon Bauer.

Performance at Outside Lands. Photo by Jon Bauer.

Altın Gün. Photo by Jon Bauer

NoMBe. Photo by Jon Bauer.

NoMBe. Photo by Jon Bauer.

Delacey. Photo by Jon Bauer

SHALLOU. Photo by Jon Bauer

Photo by Jon Bauer.

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