Most Lit Main-Stage Set: Anderson Paak
For the second year in a row, a rising hip-hop star stole the show from the headliners. In 2017, "Mayor of Bonnaroo" Chance the Rapper drew a bigger, way-more-turnt-up crowd than stadium-rock kings U2. This year, the festival's fever pitch came during rapper-drummer-multi-instrumentalist Anderson Paak's What Stage set. Backed by his hot-shit Free Nationals ensemble, he skipped and stumble-danced from wing to wing in exaggerated motions, and even worked in a drum solo or two. His carefree air rubbed off on the crowd, who'd left behind its collective inhibitions by the time Paak's hour-long set was over. A.G.