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Treasure Island day two: That’s a wrap

Day two of the Treasure Island Music Festival (TMF) promised a more chill, indie atmosphere with artists like Viet Cong, Jose Gonzalez and Lower Dens. Here are some of the highlights: Father John Misty Folk rock artist Father John Misty (FJM) captured his audience from the start with his wild antics onstage — dancing with…

Treasure Island Music Festival

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Treasure Island Music Festival 2013

The seventh annual Treasure Island Music Festival featured headliners Atoms for Peace and Beck and artists like Little Dragon, Fantogram and Disclosure. The festival’s dramatic setting on the San Francisco Bay and skyline was the perfect backdrop for daytime activities like a jamming at the silent disco, interacting with numerous art installations and browsing the…