Here's what you missed at this year's Governors Ball


Governors Ball Festival in New York City is an event that many tri-staters look forward to. Between the chic street style, the array of food vendors (even the coveted ramen burger made an appearance) and the incredible roster of performers, this year's festival made Governors Ball history. Thousands of people from all over the New York City area and beyond danced their days away to the biggest names in the music industry, including Beck, HAIM, and The Killers.

And although the Sunday slot of the festival was rained out (sorry Kanye), that didn't mean that the party ended just there. A handful of the performers, including Two Door Cinema Club and Courtney Barnett, headlined free or charity donation-based shows across Brooklyn and Manhattan in wake of the cancellation. In true Governors Ball fashion, the show went on.

If you weren't able to catch the event in person, don't worry, you can live vicariously through #KanvasLive. Ahead, we've rounded up some of the weekend's biggest moments from this weekend to help get you in on the action and get you excited for next year's performance.

This feature is a part of #KanvasLive, an interactive, cross-platform content series brought to life on the Kanvas app and See more on coverage here.

The street style was bolder than ever:

The #EEEEATS were out of this world:

Crowds went wild for some of the biggest performers -- including Mac Miller:


Giant art installations made for the perfect photo op:

Randall's Island Park completely transformed into a state-of-the-art music venue:


Viewers got to listen to some incredible up and coming acts, including Bob Moses:

The fun meter was off the charts:

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