Sunset over the Coachella festival grounds Saturday.
Music fans linger after Beyonce’s performance at Coachella Weekend 2 Saturday.
During Beyonce’s closing performance, vendors get a reprieve from the crowds and begin their shutdown for the day.
Some fans are content to lounge and listen to Beyonce perform from afar.
A worker picks up debris, mostly empty water bottles, during Beyonce’s Saturday night closing performance.
Fans found ample room at the art installations, including the Etherea, during Beyonce’s performance.
X Japan found an enthusiastic batch of fans at the Mojave Stage despite the fact that Beyonce was closing out the night on the main Coachella Stage Saturday night.
X Japan performs at Coachella Weekend 2 on Saturday.
X Japan performs.
A fan cries during X Japan’s performance at Coachella on Saturday.
X Japan performs on the Mojave stage concurrently with Beyonce’s performance on the Coachella Stage, both closing out Saturday’s music. (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)
A fan relaxes on the lawn with her smartphone during Beyonce’s performance at Coachella.
Highly Suspect’s crowd at the Gobi stage had plenty of room to dance as Beyonce performed on the main Coachella Stage.
Highly Suspect performs at the Gobi stage Saturday at Coachella during Week 2.
Large screens give distant fans a better view of Beyonce as she performs. (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)
A sea of fans wait for Beyonce’s performance. The crowd extended to the art installations at Coachella Valley Music and Art Festival. (Maria Alejandra Cardona / Los Angeles Times)
Fans cool down with ice cream during Coachella, Week 2, on Saturday.
Veronica Song from Long Beach dances to Sigrid at the Gobi stage. (Maria Alejandra Cardona / Los Angeles Times)
Oh Sees perform. (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)
A crowd watches Oh Sees perform at Coachella. (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)
Oh Sees on stage.
Brockhampton performs on stage.
Fans watch Brockhampton perform at Coachella. (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)
Brockhampton performs at Coachella.
Brockhampton fans cheer along at Coachella.
Alexandria Dotson, 29, of Arcadia walks across the grounds at Coachella.
Sudan Archives performs Saturday at Coachella. (Maria Alejandra Cardona / Los Angeles Times)
Sudan Archives performs on stage.
Sudan Archives plays the violin during her set at Coachella.
Crew member Chris Wagganer gazes up at the balloon chain that floats above Coachella.
Jessica Brown, 33, of Oakland rides a seesaw at Coachella.
British band Django Django performs at Coachella.
Django Django performs at Coachella.
Kyle Ruffner, 23, of Livermore, Calif., cools off in the Do Lab.
Anthony Tolentino, 23, of Costa Mesa hangs out in the Beer Barn at Coachella.
Sisters Amanda Che, 32, of New York City, left, and Carrie Tse, 30, of San Francisco take a selfie in the Beer Barn.
Festivalgoers wave to friends below from inside the “Spectra” art installation.
Yaeji performs inside the Yuma tent at Coachella.
Concertgoers go into the Sephora tent to spray their hair with rainbow colors.
Two women browse their cellphones in the Rose Garden at Coachella.
Fans dance to the music at the Do Lab stage.
Fans pack the Do Lab stage at Coachella.
Danielle Cota of Oakland finds her dance groove in the Do Lab.
French DJ Busy P performs inside the Yuma tent on his 42nd birthday.
Elodie Roy of France dances to Busy P inside the Yuma tent.
A festivalgoer poses at Coachella’s record store on Saturday, which was also Record Store Day.
Fans find themselves in vinyl heaven at Coachella’s record store next to the Yuma tent.