Kanye West was among the music stars who entertained the crowds at the Made In America festival in Los Angeles.
Iggy Azalea, Cypress Hill, Weezer, Rise Against, John Mayer and Juanes were also on the bill at the outdoor event.
Kanye brought the house down with a dramatic hour-long set to close the concert. He commanded the stage alone, donning two different spangled face masks and injecting a bit of his trademark ranting into his abbreviated performance.
"I know there's more people that love me than hate me," he insisted.
John Mayer brought the day's folksy blues, playing several of his hits along with a cover of All Along The Watchtower.
"This whole place is full of good, loving people," he told the crowd from the Budweiser Made In America festival's main stage.
The two-day concert, which was held simultaneously with a sister show in Philadelphia, featured more than 30 acts.
The Philadelphia festival included performers such as Kings Of Leon, Tiesto and Pharrell Williams.
Kanye and DJ Steve Aoki performed in both cities.