This festivalgoer used protection: his pocket served as an "anti bad vibe shield" to ensure maximum festival fun.
Decked in daisies and tie-dye, Mary and Katie were ready to rave. The girls said the weirdest thing they saw over the weekend was "everyone hiding under the bathroom tents, trying to wait out the rain on Friday!"
Jerome wore his heart on his sleeve… er, chest.
Allison was most excited to see Azealia Banks.
Jen's ear-to-ear smile was her best accessory. Her favorite thing about music festivals: "How it brings everyone together; how everyone is just happy to be there, no matter what."
When asked about their sporty get-ups, Kyle and Brendan explained that dressing up for festivals spices up the experience. It lets them meet more people, too.
This flower child, who was most excited to see Kanye West and The xx, was not afraid to get her feet wet.
Jack explained of his keytar, "I just found it one day, and it really spoke to me." His statement, plastic-bag "socks" completed his totally random look.
Welcome to the mud pit, devotee of rock.
Amanda, who was most excited to see Alt-J, was rain-ready in her wellies and matching hat.
Libby's favorite thing about festivals: "People can come out of their shells for the first time all year."
Aine and Sarah said the weirdest thing they'd seen all day was "a guy in a dinosaur suit."
Anna said the weirdest thing she saw was a topless girl "wearing her [long] hair as a shirt."
David, clad in a fruit suit, explained, "I'm doing a project called 'You Think,' asking people questions about what you think. . . It's easier to talk to people in a banana suit."
Carol and Michelle said the weirdest thing they saw all weekend was "people swimming in the muddy puddles." They were most excited to see the Lumineers, Dirty Projectors and Kings of Leon.
Adam, Cyndi and Lauren scored a dry(ish) spot to chill out between their favorite sets, which included Cold War Kids and the Lumineers.
While Wendy was most excited to see Portugal. The Man, her man, Adam, was "just excited to be [there] with her."
Leather-clad Daniel and Elizabeth were psyched for Cut Copy.
Joe, a Governors Ball volunteer, rocked superhero face paint for his most anticipated act, Alt-J.
Gina sported many a trend – including plaid, studs, combat boots and tights – but her favorite (and most useful) accessory was her black hat.
Alex's enthusiasm was contagious. Too bad Kings of Leon, the band he was most excited to see, got canceled on Friday.
Tania, Nicolette and Dominica love the "fun people and crazy dancing" at music festivals.
Kristina, Antonella, Melissa and Nina kept covered.
Festivalgoers got down and dirty.
This festival fashionista came prepared with Hunter boots, a raincoat, a wide-brimmed hat and an oversized umbrella.
These guys came ready to weather the storm in head-to-toe rain suits.
These muddy men embraced the giant mudslide, a/k/a festival grounds.