After holding the inaugural edition on a single day at Knockdown Center in September of 2017, Pitchfork and their beer website October expanded OctFest to two days for the 2018 edition of the festival, and moved to a new location: NYC's Governors Island. Saturday got off to a chilly, rainy start, with music from Vince Staples, Jeff Tweedy (who performed solo and included Wilco and Uncle Tupelo songs in his set), NAO, Saba, Preoccupations, Standing On The Corner, Vagabon, Hatchie, Flasher and Madison McFerrin. There were also beer tastings from over 90 breweries, and a food lineup curated by Bon Appétit. Check out pictures from Saturday at OctFest in the gallery above.

photos by Mike Pont and Taylor Hill / Getty Images for Pitchfork

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