After kicking off on Friday with headlining sets from Frank Ocean and Solange, Panorama continued on Saturday, capped by a crazy psychedelic Tame Impala laser show. Aside from their last minute phone and camera-free Capitol Theatre show on Thursday (7/27), Tame Impala were last in NYC last summer to play a pair of BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival shows in Prospect Park, and their jump to a big festival stage with this, possibly their biggest US performance yet according to Kevin Parker, feels natural. Parker gave a shoutout to Friday night's headliner during their set. "Did you guys see Frank Ocean last night?" he asked the crowd. "That's the type of shit that makes me think, 'At least we have lasers.' Shit was inspiring." Tame Impala treated the crowd to two relative rarities in their Panorama set, both of which also made an appearance Thursday night at Capitol Theatre: "Sundown Syndrome," which before this week they hadn't played since 2010, and "Love/Paranoia," which they debuted live on Thursday. Watch videos of those songs below.

Saturday also had sets from Nicolas Jaar, Breakbot (whose set was rescheduled after being cancelled Friday when The Parlor stage's floor broken during Isaiah Rashad), Alt-J, Nick Murphy, Belle & Sebastian, Hot Since 82, Vince Staples, S U R V I V E, Mitski, Pinegrove, Bleached, Mister Saturday Night, Noname, and more. Check out pictures in the gallery above.

Panorama wraps up Sunday (7/30); if you aren't there, you can livestream some sets, including Angel Olsen and headliner Nine Inch Nails.

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photos by Toby Tenenbaum for Randall's Island and aLIVE Coverage, Chris Lazzaro, Doug Van Sant, and Lauren Coakley, courtesy of Panorama Music Festival