Lollapalooza Day 2 In Photos: OutKast, Nas And Wine-Chugging Barbarians

For real, we met actual barbarians.

Additional reporting by Andrew Maclean

Chicago, IL — It’s the summer of OutKast, so it was fitting that Andre 3000 and Big Boi celebrated their latest festival comeback gig with a massive fireworks display on Saturday night (August 2) at Lollapalooza. The dynamic ATL duo brought the old-school funkdafied flavor to their headlining set, serving up plenty of classics as a massive bloom of fireworks exploded behind them during “Ms. Jackson.”

They were just the topper on a day of musical treats, weird scenes and awesome covers at the weekend party by the lake. Here are some of our favorite moments:

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Stank You Very Much
During a hyped set that included such classics as opener “B.O.B.,” “Gasoline Dreams,” “The Way You Move,” “Hey Ya!” and a deeply funk “She Lives In My Lap,” Andre did not disappoint, with a jumpsuit that read “Across Cultures, Dark People Suffer Most. Why?”

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