As Pitchfork's 2018 festival came to an end we were exposed to many noteworthy artists. Red and green stage hosted jazz, soul, and hip-hop through the day while blue stage kept the consistency from previous days with rock and electronic music. Chicago's very own Kweku Collins gave a memorable, energy filled performance that could be appreciated by anyone, and the hype was only heightened when DRAM jumped into the crowd during his last song (not pictured) soon after Kweku's set. Blue stage wasn't far behind the excitement either with Alex Cameron's stage dancing mixed with his band's oddly satisfying soft rock. Sunday night was a wander to all if Ms. Hill would make her set appearance and luckily for us, she did.
As this night crept to an end, we would all eventually process the historical Pitchfork Music Festival we were a part of.