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Austin City Limits keeps capital weird

Austin City Limits keeps capital weird

Austin City Limits keeps capital weird
October 13
23:20 2014

Photo Story by:

Christina Ulsh – Contributing Photographer14_acl_web2

Childish Gambino dramatizes his set with with lively facial expressions and animated hand gestures as the surrounding crowd sings along to his music.

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ACL goers crowd underneath the shade of the festival grounds’ largest tree to escape the heat of the Texas sun.

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Located in the middle of ACL on top of a festival information structure shaped like the capitol building, a rotating rocker mannequin expresses music solidarity with those entering and wandering across Zilker Park.

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Iggy Azalea sings about her love affair with diamonds as her troupe of leotard-clad backup dancers cavort around her.

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Skrillex hops in and out of his glowing space ship as fans throw their arms in the air and their bodies side to side.

Featured Image: Andre’ 3000 exchanges rapid, rhyming repartee with Big Boi on the Honda Stage during ACL as a port of Outkast’s reunion-retirement tour. Photo by Christina Ulsh – Contributing Photographer

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