Unlike Friday’s washout, the second day of the Panorama music festival went (almost) as planned, with headliner Janet Jackson performing a highly politicized, unsurprisingly energetic set that thrilled the crowd of some 20,000.

Other musical highlights Saturday included St. Vincent, who definitely won Best Art Direction in addition to delivering a blistering 50 minutes of music, SZA, and Gucci Mane, the only rap act of the day after Lil Wayne cancelled due to a flight delay. (Originally Cardi B was on the lineup for Saturday, too, but cancelled back in April, shortly after announcing her pregnancy.)

The poppy Sigrid, the rocking Japanese Breakfast, and the moody Jay Som also delighted their fans with quick, hit-laden sets. And a lot of the energy and fun at this year's Panorama is happening at The Point, the outdoor dance club that yesterday bounced nonstop courtesy of DJs Riobamba, DJ Python, Kyle Hall, Floating Points, and Bicep.

As expected, the huge main field was mostly mud at the start of the day, and it only got worse as thousands danced and tramped back and forth over the ground between stages. By nightfall, when you couldn't even see where you were stepping anymore, it was all pretty gross.

The food vendors, booze booths, and corporate-sponsored mini-bars, entertainment and Insta-bait worlds were busy all day, but the overall attendance is low enough that the waits for everything were pretty manageable.

There are still tickets available for Sunday's lineup, which include The Killers, Odesza, The xx, Jlin, David Byrne, and Moodymann. If you go, plan on ruining your shoes.

Energy was on 10 tonight! Let’s go! @Sza #panorama 🔥

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