The Physics 1 p.m., Bigfoot Stage: Local rap fixtures widely known for slick music scores and relatable everyman flows. Kithkin 2 p.m., Narwhal Stage: Billed as a treepunk outfit, Kithkin look to inform the masses of the impending end of things with their catchy power-pop balladry.
De La Soul 3:10 p.m., Sasquatch Stage: This iconic rap group along with A Tribe Called Quest, Black Sheep and Queen Latifah pioneered the early up-beat, jazz-inflected style of the genre.
Cage the Elephant 4:30 p.m., Sasquatch Stage: Never a dull live act, this eclectic alt-rock outfit will turn up the midday energy at the Gorge.
Chance the Rapper 5:30 p.m., Bigfoot Stage: Due to illness, Chance has had to cancel a number of festival appearances this year. If he does make it to Sasquatch, expect raw intensity from this rising rap star.
Foals 7:15 p.m., Sasquatch Stage: This indie-pop/disco-funk amalgamation gives you the perfect opportunity to get your groove on and dance.
Mogwai 9:30 p.m., Bigfoot Stage: A Scottish rock group with a heavy shoe-gazer slant. The loud/quiet/loud dynamic is in full effect.
Outkast 10:40 p.m., Sasquatch Stage: Widely considered one of the greatest hip-hop duos, Andre 3000 and Big Boi are set to share the stage for only the fifth time since their official reunion this year.
The Bright Light Social Hour 1 p.m., Bigfoot Stage: An amalgamation of Southern rock and psychedelic dance.
Hobosexual 2 p.m., Narwhal Stage: A classic rock throwback, this irreverent duo performs high-octane rock with tongue planted firmly in cheek.
The Dodos 3:05 p.m., Bigfoot Stage: A duo in the mellow, indie-pop vain. All at once tight, with an atmospheric feel.
Sol 4:10 p.m., Bigfoot Stage: One of the best and buzziest rappers to come out of Seattle since Macklemores breakout two years ago.
Violent Femmes 5:50 p.m., Sasquatch Stage: One of the more notable on-again/off-again acts out there. Blister in the Sun, Gone Daddy Gone, what more can you need?
Neko Case 7:15 p.m., Sasquatch Stage: Playing Sasquatch for a record-extending eighth time. Most of her earlier appearances were with the New Pornographers, but this time shes solo.
Panda Bear 8:20 p.m., Bigfoot Stage: Stage name of Noah Lennox, founder of the psych-pop outfit Animal Collective. Expect mind-blowing synthesizer lines and overall electronica excellence.
Tyler, the Creator 10 p.m., Bigfoot Stage: L.A. Rapper who made his mark as part of the Odd Future Collective, a widely acclaimed alt-hip-hop outfit. Catches flack for some outlandish statements and language.
The National 10:50 p.m., Sasquatch Stage: This will be the third time the indie-rockers have played Sasquatch, and the first as headliners. Their latest record Trouble Will Find Me, released last year, might just be their best.
Tacocat 1 p.m., Yeti Stage: Kick off your day with bubbles, candy and a little Runaways-esque punk rock.
La Luz 2 p.m., Yeti Stage: Seattle all-girl 60s, surf-pop throwback. The bands van was crushed by a truck while on tour last year, but theyre back and ready to roll.
Tune-Yards 3:10 p.m., Sasquatch Stage: One of the more interesting offerings for your ears; get ready to dance to off-the-wall, crazy, world-beat rhythms.
Cold War Kids 4:30 p.m., Sasquatch Stage: Two years ago, the indie-rock darlings brought former Modest Mouse guitarist Dann Gallucci into the fold. The move proved successful with last years release of Dear Miss Lonelyhearts.
Black Joe Louis 5:30 p.m., Bigfoot Stage: A sonic mash up of blues, punk and dance, from deep in the heart of Texas.
Bob Mould 6:55 p.m., Bigfoot Stage: Formerly the front man of alt-rock pioneers Husker Du, Mould spent the past year commemorating the 25th anniversary of his first solo record, Workbook.
Kid Cudi 8:45 p.m., Sasquatch Stage: If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then paint Cudi flattered. The Kid has been ripping and recording the emotionally in-touch, melodic form of hip-hop made famous by Drake and Kanye West for years its up to you to decide if he does it better.
Portugal. The Man 10 p.m., Bigfoot Stage: Keep the energy going with this Alaskan rock group. Their new record Evil Friends produced by Danger Mouse is their catchiest collection.
Queens of the Stone Age 11 p.m., Sasquatch Stage: Maybe the best rock band today though the competition has grown scarce. Josh Homme and company will close down the festival with a harder hitting set than Sasquatch has seen since Nine Inch Nails performed in 2009.