[Live Photos] Pitchfork Music Festival Paris – #MainEvent

Huge thanks to Sophie Jarry for the great photography she kindly accepted to share with us. Find her work here: on Facebook, on her website and on Twitter.

Find snaps of Andy Shauf, BadBadNotGood, Cigarettes After Sex, HMLTD, Isaac Delusion, Jacques, Jungle, Kamasi Washington, Loyle Carner, Sigrid, SONGE, Tommy Genesis, Rejjie Snow, Sylvan ESSO and Tom Misch.

We have spent our last week running between gigs. 25 in 5 days to be exact from Monday to Saturday it was pretty much non-stop for a frail body like mine. Thankfully, I wasn’t alone and glad it’s finally over to finally share the cool photos (see them all below). Sophie Jarry joined the shenanigans as our creative eye and took the photo evidence of what we thought was worth sharing during the festival’s main event. The overall experience was very enriching with unexpected live experience like Kamasi Washington‘s groove induced and funky set. Kevin Morby‘s great live presence and guitar skills, The National‘s sublime performance and stage design and my personal highlight lies in JUNGLE’s performance for sheer interaction with the audience, their live performance and the way people reacted by dancing, literally everyone in attendance had a dance, you couldn’t get away from it. The lights from a spectator’s perspective were amazing as always, however, from a photographer’s point of view, I’m told it’s a nightmare to shoot. Mostly LED lights, with powerful, deep colors doesn’t mix well with photographic lenses and constant veil of fog renders the photo taking process a little harder than it’s supposed to be. Anyway, here’s are the snaps, my legs are aching so bad in the aftermath of that crazy week. I met a few bloggers along the way too. Shout Out to: Tijs who writes for dansendeberen.be and Florian from Les Oreilles Curieuses.

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Taken at Pitchfork Music Festival Paris (2017) by Sophie Jarry

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Thanks to: Jean, Melissa, Julien, Sophie, and everyone whom I’ve missed here.

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