We've been treated to a crazy amount of good concerts in North Brooklyn since the sixth annual Northside Festival began its weekend-long orgy of music, with some 400 different acts cold kickin' it live in 43 different venues all over Greenpoint and Williamsburg.

And it's not over yet! That ridiculous rainstorm Friday night pushed the War on Drugs show at 50 Kent to tonight (gates open at 6 p.m.), and this afternoon in McCarren Park, CHVRCHES hits the stage for their (sold out) free concert.

Yesterday in McCarren it was all about the return of Thee Oh Sees from their we-only-released-one-LP-so-you-can-call-it-a "hiatus," with frontman John Dwyer and his two new mates (the band's now a trio since Dwyer moved from SF to LA) whipping the huge afternoon crowd into a literal frenzy.

Thee Oh Sees played for nearly 90 minutes, and if they weren't quite as tight as they might have liked, the fearless kids moshing it up in the front rows totally didn't seem to mind.

You also may have noticed that Bedford Avenue was closed to cars and covered in sod from Metropolitan to North 12th. This is the Northside Festival's Williamsburg Walks street party. There were bands playing, performance art pieces, live painting and corporate giveaways, but what everyone seemed most excited about was just lounging around on the grass in the middle of of the street. Maybe they should just make that a permanent thing?