Fall WILD 2017: Gallery

Carrie Phillips | Staff Photographer

Photos from fall WILD 2017 featuring Lizzo, A R I Z O N A and Lil Dickey.

Lil Dicky performs at WILD fall 2017, held in Brookings Quadrangle.Carrie Phillips | Student Life

Lil Dicky performs at WILD fall 2017, held in Brookings Quadrangle.

A R I Z O N A’s lead singer performs onstage at fall WILD. A R I Z O N A is a New Jersey-based rock and electropop band, known for songs such as “Oceans Away,” “Electric Touch,” “Where I Wanna See” and “Let Me Touch Your Father.”Carrie Phillips | Student Life

A R I Z O N A’s lead singer performs onstage at fall WILD. A R I Z O N A is a New Jersey-based rock and electropop band, known for songs such as “Oceans Away,” “Electric Touch,” “Where I Wanna See” and “Let Me Touch Your Father.”

Alternative hip-hop artist Lizzo opens fall WILD. After Lizzo’s performance, some students walked out as part of a demonstration against racist content in Lil Dicky’s music and stated by the rapper, gathering at Bowles Plaza for an alternative event. Carrie Phillips | Student Life

Alternative hip-hop artist Lizzo opens fall WILD. After Lizzo’s performance, some students walked out as part of a demonstration against racist content in Lil Dicky’s music and stated by the rapper, gathering at Bowles Plaza for an alternative event.

Student attendees stand in Brookings Quadrangle to watch Lizzo, A R I Z O N A and Lil Dicky perform for Social Programming Board’s fall 2017 WILD concert. Carrie Phillips | Student Life

Student attendees stand in Brookings Quadrangle to watch Lizzo, A R I Z O N A and Lil Dicky perform for Social Programming Board’s fall 2017 WILD concert.

Lil Dicky’s DJ hypes up the crowd during the San Francisco-based rapper’s set. The rapper’s performance elicited mixed reactions from Washington University students, as some students expressed excitment for the semesterly concert, while other students felt that Lil Dicky’s music and comments were racially insensitive.Carrie Phillips | Student Life

Lil Dicky’s DJ hypes up the crowd during the San Francisco-based rapper’s set. The rapper’s performance elicited mixed reactions from Washington University students, as some students expressed excitment for the semesterly concert, while other students felt that Lil Dicky’s music and comments were racially insensitive.

Students watch WILD performances in Beaumont Pavilion on Friday. The concert featured headliner Lil Dicky and two opening artists, Lizzo and A R I Z O N A. Carrie Phillips | Student Life

Students watch WILD performances in Beaumont Pavilion on Friday. The concert featured headliner Lil Dicky and two opening artists, Lizzo and A R I Z O N A.