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Day for Night 2016 Odesza
The Seattle electro-house duo Odesza drew the biggest audience to their Saturday night slot, filling the impressive 90-minute set with crowd-pleasing bangers. Photo by Julian Bajsel
Day for Night 2016 VT-Pro
 Art and light exhibits from VT Pro Design wowed the crowd. Photo by Julian Bajsel
Day for Night 2016 DJ Windows
DJ Windows 98 aka Win Butler aka Album of the Year Grammy winner urged Houstonians to keep pushing for more of what Day For Night represents. Photo by Roger Ho
Day for Night 2916 art exhibit
 Art and light exhibits from VT Pro Design wowed the crowd. Photo by Chad Wadsworth
Day for Night 2016 The Jesus and Mary Chain
The British legends The Jesus and Mary Chain didn't disappoint with a swirling mix of noise-driven pop with the first great performance of the festival on Saturday evening. Photo by Chad Wadsworth
Day for Night 2016 crowd shot
The crowd got into the music at Day for Night. Photo by Chad Wadsworth
Day for Night 2016 Blood Orange
Blood Orange was a headliner on Saturday. Photo by Chad Wadsworth
Day for Night 2016 Damien Echols
An exhibit from artist Damien Echols was a popular attraction. Photo by Sara Strick
Day for Night 2016 Aphex Twin
The Aphex Twin drew a large crowd in their first performance in eight years. Photo by Julian Bajsel
Day for Night 2016 Daughters
The noise ock band Daughters put on a heck of a live show. Photo by Sara Strick
Day for Night 2016 Paul Wall
What's a Houston music festival without Paul Wall. Photo by Chad Wadsworth