We grilled all the acts we could find at the Lacoste L!VE pool party at Coachella.

1.A$AP Rocky Is No Fashion Victim

1/17

Festivals can bring out the fashionista (and fashion victim) in even the most usually reserved artists. It's hot, so you need a hat. Sunglasses are key. But are pajamas and waistcoats required? We grilled all the artists we could find at the Lacoste L!VE pool party at Coachella to find out the wildest thing they've ever worn onstage. Some people wouldn't give up the goods and chose to tell us about the wackiest thing they've seen other people sporting. We gave them a pass. We also let A$AP Rocky get away without answering the question out of the goodness of our hearts.

2.A$AP Rocky Is No Fashion Victim

2/17

Festivals can bring out the fashionista (and fashion victim) in even the most usually reserved artists. It's hot, so you need a hat. Sunglasses are key. But are pajamas and waistcoats required? We grilled all the artists we could find at the Lacoste L!VE pool party at Coachella to find out the wildest thing they've ever worn onstage. Some people wouldn't give up the goods and chose to tell us about the wackiest thing they've seen other people sporting. We gave them a pass. We also let A$AP Rocky get away without answering the question out of the goodness of our hearts.

3.Lissie

3/17

Pajamas. I went on a U.K. tour and it was freakishly hot; they didn't have any air conditioning, so I wore little shorts and a camisole five shows in a row. Pajama chic, you know.

4.Grouplove

4/17

Hannah Hooper: I've worn some ridiculous things onstage because I've tried to be the superhero version of myself, which ends up being partially hooker-y and partially out of control — like a weird giant Mexican wedding dress that ripped open and I ended up being in like an '80s bathing suit, which is cool.

5.Gary Clark Jr.

5/17

A shiny gold silky suit that my dad bought me years ago. It was awesome. I look at it now in pictures and it's like…

6.EMA

6/17

I've worn lots of kind of silly things onstage. I wore a homemade T-shirt that said "Born Defeated" out of American flag letters. You know that's not like a very triumphant, confident way to go into a performance, but that's how I was feeling. Bad juju.

7.Sleeper Agent

7/17

Alex Kandel: Let me think. I've worn some pretty ridiculous things. I have this long — I still regret it now — this long white, heavy, drapery thing. It was like a jacket and it looked ridiculous. I took it off after the second song.

8.Wild Flag

8/17

Rebecca Cole: I once wore a shirt made out of curtains.

9.Penguin Prison

9/17

Chris Glover: A construction worker uniform when I was in this band, Smartest People, at Bard, my college. That was a very weird thing to wear.

10.Of Verona

10/17

Mandi Perkins: You know, people wear pants to their knees and then put the microphone in their underwear. I saw that happen recently. Not mentioning any names, but I had to use the mic… after somebody stuck it in their underwear. So that was a silly thing to wear onstage. The mic. Before I had to use it.

11.T. Mills

11/17

I just played a show with this kid (he opened up for me) and he came out in just boxers. It was really awkward.

12.Johnny Polygon

12/17

There was a 14 year old who hopped up onstage once with no panties on. I don't know if it was silly but I'm pretty sure it was illegal.

13.Morgan Page

13/17

Deadmau5's helmet. It's amazing, but it's still silly.

14.Oberhofer

14/17

Brad Oberhofer: I got this Technicolor woven parka and I only wore it once.

15.Givers

15/17

Tiffany Lamson: A couple of Bonnaroo's ago — the first time I went to Bonnaroo, actually — I was watching a band that might've been My Morning Jacket or some big jam band. And I could've sworn someone was dressed up as Abe Lincoln or a cockroach on stage. I'm not sure if it was Abe Lincoln or a cockroach, but I thought it was pretty awesome.

16.WU LYF

16/17

Tom McClung: Green shorts.

17.Metronomy

17/17

Joseph Mount: I think waistcoats are a no-no. I've seen enough waistcoats for a lifetime.