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In photos: Coachella day 2, week 2 with Muse, Empire of the Sun & more

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The second day of the repeating Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival kicked off on Saturday April 19, 2014 at the Polo Grounds in Indio, CA. Last week’s festival featured a jam-packed Saturday that was filled with special guests. It was highly speculated what may or may not happen during week two, and which guests may show up. The most anticipated sets of the Saturday festival were Pharrell Williams and NAS, both of whom brought in the star power in weekend 1. Super producer Williams, last week brought artists including Gwen Stefani and Snoop Dogg to perform during his set, while NAS's set featured an appearance by former rival Jay-Z.

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Fans expecting star power were not disappointed: Pharrell Williams set featured rapper T.I. performing his hit "Blurred Lines," while Usher sang 'U Don't Have to Call" and Jay Z stayed to sing “Frontin',” “Excuse Me Miss,” “La La La (Exuse Me Miss Again),” and “I Just Wanna Love U (Give it 2 Me).” Nas (who immediately followed Williams), brought on both former Lauryn Hill and former collaborator Damien 'Jr Gong' Marley.

Other performers on day 2 included: Lorde, Foster The People, Pet Shop Boys, MGMT, Kid Cudi, The Head And The Heart, Sleigh Bells, Cage The Elephant, City And Colour, CHVRCHES, Dillon Francis, Capital Cities, The Naked And Famous, Temples, Mogwai, Warpaint, Solange, Washed Out, Future Islands, Ty Segal, DARKSIDE, Banks, Tiga, Bombay Bicycle Club, Holy Ghost!, Netsky, RL Grime, Galantis, Foxygen, White Lies, Graveyard, The Internet, Laura Mvula, The Dismemberment Plan, Headhunterz, Blood Orange, GTA, TJR, Cajmere, Guy Gerber, Nicole Moudaber, MAKJ, Bear Hands, The Magician, Young & Sick, Unlocking The Truth, Saints Of Valory, Carbon Airways, UZ, Syd Arthur, Bicep, Drowners

Check out these exclusive pictures from day 2 of the festival, and also these pictures from day 1. All concert photography by Scott Dudelson.