Cage the Elephant was one of the main headliners during Saturday of LouFest. The rock group closed with their song “Come a Little Closer,” after playing hits like “Shake Me Down” and “Cigarette Daydreams.”
Headliner Snoop Dogg takes the stage in a St. Louis Cardinals jersey. Snoop performed verses from his features, such as “All I Do is Win” by DJ Khaled and “California Gurls” by Katy Perry, along with his own hit songs.
The guitarist for Rainbow Kitten Surprise jams during the band’s Saturday LouGest show.
A ferris wheel overlooks the LouFest grounds.
Weezer lead singer Rivers Cuomo performs onstage during his band’s Sunday evening set. Weezer, famous for hits such as “Beverly Hills” and “Buddy Holly” closed out the music festival.
The main entrance of LouFest 2017, designed to resemble the famous St. Louis Gateway Arch, welcomes festival attendants to LouFest, held across the street from Wash. U. at Forest Park.
Sam Melo of Rainbow Kitten Surprise sings while posed on one of the stage amps. LouFest brought together big names such as Weezer and Cage the Elephant, along with smaller bands from around the country.
Three members of Weezer show off their guitar skills during their Sunday set, the last performance of this year’s LouFest music festival.
Snoop Dogg points up to the sky during his set at LouFest on Saturday night. This year’s LouFest brought with it some new additions,
including a yoga space and a record shop for concertgoers to enjoy.