Photos: (Patrick Weishampel)

Project Pabst continues to be Portland’s biggest music festival, this year featuring rock legends Iggy Pop and Beck, along with Die Antwoord, Nas and more. The two-day festival at Portland’s waterfront is a dusty affair of constant music, local merchants and, of course, PBR. Fans got to mosh to Iggy Pop’s hit-laden set, sing-along with Beck and enjoy the sharp-edged satire of Father John Misty, all while clutching the sponsor’s signature red, white and blue can.

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