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Sabrina Carpenter, SZA, Post Malone & More

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The weekend was packed with performances of new songs, killer costumes and more.

Thousands of New Yorkers will be entering this work week with half-shot voices, sore feet and possibly some light sunburns, but all for a very worthwhile reason: They spent the weekend at the 2024 Gov Ball, which once again brought three days’ worth of good music and moshing June 7-9. 

Upon entering the festival grounds at Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, New York, attendees arrived in a world where trees were decorated with pink fur, multicolor balloon-ropes stretched idyllically across the sky and an enormous bust of the Statue of Liberty wearing sunglasses, tattoos covering its torch-bearing arm at the center of campus. Seemingly every brand under the sun had an interactive pop-up somewhere onsite — including a two-story Dunkin’ cafe built just for the weekend — and concertgoers carried cocktails poured into carved-out mini watermelons. 

But the event’s most interesting attractions were, of course, the performances, led by headliners Post Malone, The Killers and SZA. Spread out across three stages, the festival’s lineup spanned pop, rock, R&B, hip-hop and more, featuring both rising stars and seasoned pros from all corners of the world. 

From Sabrina Carpenter and Chappell Roan performing new songs for the first time to Rauw Alejandro and 21 Savage turning on the heat, this year’s Gov Ball was another one for the books. Keep reading to see nine of the best moments from the festival, listed in chronological order, below.

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