No Frank Ocean, after the increasingly MIA ‘Channel Orange’ pulled out of his scheduled slot – but the LA festival went on undeterred. Here’s the best shots from across the weekend…
Solange on seriously fiery form. Beyonce's lil' sister didn't bring on her more famous sibling, but with this kind of killer performance, she didn't need to.
The Drums - Jonathan Pierce and Jacob Graham - played tracks from last year's 'Encyclopedia' album, their third LP, at Los Angeles' ever-ace FYF Fest.
All the way from Melbourne, Australia, were King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard. The seven piece band brought some serious psychedelic vibes to the sunny weekender.
El-P and Killer Mike of Run The Jewels usher in the evening with their politically charged rap bangers.
Kanye West reused his Glastonbury lighting rig after stepping in for Frank Ocean, who dropped out of the festival at the last minute.
Rihanna made a special appearance during Kanye's set on 'FourFiveSeconds', which was released earlier this year, featuring Paul McCartney, who sadly didn't make it to FYF.
Kanye West's massive gold chain was another special guest during his headline set.
A subtle message was projected on the back of the stage during Morrissey's set.
Everyone's favourite slacker superstar, Mac DeMarco, sporting a shirt from everyone's favourite grunge icons, Nirvana.
A graceful boogie from Mac - who'll be playing two shows at London's Roundhouse this September.
Flying Lotus, who has been unleashed from the lazer box that he bought to Coachella and Glastonbury.
Mirrorballs for miles at the LA Memorial Sports Arena and Exposition Park, where the two day FYF Fest took place.
Electronica from Down Under, with Australia's own Chet Faker.
Bloc Party played a tight comeback show, debuting new members, bassist Justin Harris and drummer Louise Bartle.
Alvvays' bought their dreamy indiepop all the way from Toronto for the festival.