Festival-goers dance on the hill near the main stage on the first of three days during the annual Sasquatch! Music Festival on Friday, May 26, 2017 in George, Wa. (Daniella Beccaria / For the Herald )

Festival-goers dance on the hill near the main stage on the first of three days during the annual Sasquatch! Music Festival on Friday, May 26, 2017 in George, Wa. (Daniella Beccaria / For the Herald )

Photos from Day 1 of Sasquatch! Music Festival

By Daniella Beccaria

For the Herald

Body paint, LED lighted strands of hair, flower crowns, rompers, onesies, sunglasses and a whole lot of dancing feet flocked to the stages of Sasquatch! Music Festival this past weekend.

Here, a look at some of the sights and scenes from Day 1, Friday, May 26, at the Gorge Amphitheater in George, Wash. The first day of the Memorial Day weekend festival saw hometown heroes The Head and The Heart and New York’s recently reassembled LCD Soundsystem rule the main stage, Big Freedia boom the bass on the Bigfoot stage, and high temperatures.

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