Outside Lands 2014: hot and cold 

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  • Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips helped close the three-day festival with a bit of psychedelia on the main stage Sunday.
By the end of the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival on Sunday, everything in Golden Gate Park was looking a little worse for wear.

Paths had been rubbed raw by thousands of feet trudging between multiple far-flung stages. Fans, beleaguered by the cold, also were showing effects of too many visits to Wine Lands or the Bacon Bacon truck. The highly anticipated band Chvrches apparently was so tired, it didn’t even show up for its set Sunday afternoon.

Will Reisman and Jason Silverio contributed to this report.

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Giselle Velazquez

Giselle Velazquez was born and raised in the shadow of San Francisco's Diamond Heights and now lives in the shadow of South San Francisco's Sign Hill. She has written for publications such as The S.F. Examiner, Ventura County Star, and the S.F. Bay Guardian.
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