Here’s what happened at President Obama’s South by South Lawn Festival

Featuring performances from The Lumineers and Dap-Kings, the cast of Stranger Things, and Leonardo DiCaprio

Obama White House

Photo via Instagram/@petesouza

There were a good handful of music festivals that went down over the last few days — from Austin City Limits to The Meadows — but only one was thrown by President Obama. The inaugural South by South Lawn took place on the White House south lawn on Monday, bringing together musical performances, a student film festival, and Leonardo DiCaprio.

Didn’t get one of the exclusive invites? Well, that’s what social media’s for. Below, check out a Twitter and Instagram recap of all the sights and celebrities of SXSL.

The Lumineers performed:

As did Gallant:

And The Dap-Kings:

Sharon Jones couldn’t make after coming down with pneumonia, but Obama sent her a nice note:

The Stranger Things kids were there being awesome:

They got to meet Talib Kweli’s daughter (or is that the other way around?):

Common delivered some spoken word truths:

And performed at an NPR Tiny Desk Concert inside the White House:

He also experienced a solitary confinement cell via VR:

He even met performance painter David Garibaldi:

Obama and DiCaprio chatted about saving the environment:

People chilled with some LEGO art:

Like Common:

And Mythbusters alum Adam Savage:

Who also wore a spacesuit, because of course he would:

The Obamas celebrated their wedding anniversary:

There were 3D printed prosthetic limbs:

And sweets:

And crafts:

Even First Dogs Bo and Sunny showed up:

All in all, it seemed like a pretty swell time: