But, I didn't see any good bands on day 3, so, why not:
Lykke Li: The first time I saw her at the Fox, the sound was so awful that after four songs, my friends and I just went and had a drink next door instead (take that, Fallacy of Sunk Cost!) This time, the sound was ok but she was still awful. So how did that first album happen?
Flume: Someone recommended this guy. Look at him, pressing play on other peoples' music. Wow.
Cut Copy: I always think, "Wait, I know these guys, don't I? Do I like them?" then I see them and re-remember that all of their songs are the exact same song and that I liked that song better when it was called "Love Vigilantes".
The Killers: They started with their one hit, AKA their one good song, and then played an entire set of ballads and covers of 70s bullshit.
Warpaint, Tegan & Sara, Arctic Monkeys and Tycho were good, though. And this festival is in a really nice part of the park, so it's a good excuse to wander around the woods and drink.
Also: bougiest festival food ever. Instead of your usual street food nonsense like fries and corndogs, my usual fare was more like: a steamed pork bun, oysters and a cheese plate. So that part was pretty great.