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Midland turns the Tito's tent into an early-afternoon honky-tonk at ACL Fest

“I wasn’t expecting this many people to get up this early,” Midland frontman Mark Wystrach marveled to a sizable crowd that mostly filled the Tito’s tent at 12:30 p.m. 689 more words

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Midland turns the Tito's tent into an early-afternoon honky-tonk at ACL Fest

“I wasn’t expecting this many people to get up this early,” Midland frontman Mark Wystrach marveled to a sizable crowd that mostly filled the Tito’s tent at 12:30 p.m. 689 more words

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Sports doubleheader in late-afternoon heat fills up ACL Fest beer hall

Competitive contests for both the Texas Longhorns and the Houston Astros made for a lively time in the beer hall at the Austin City Limits Music Festival on Saturday, as hundreds of festgoers filled up the space for a break from the late-afternoon heat. 261 more words

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Sports doubleheader in late-afternoon heat fills up ACL Fest beer hall

Competitive contests for both the Texas Longhorns and the Houston Astros made for a lively time in the beer hall at the Austin City Limits Music Festival on Saturday, as hundreds of festgoers filled up the space for a break from the late-afternoon heat. 261 more words

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She's 13. And she may be the breakout star of this year's ACL Fest.

Just as the local elementary-school Barton Hills Choir finished their half-hour performance on the Austin Kiddie Limits Stage at ACL Fest, 13-year-old Grace VanderWaal began an hourlong show on the adjacent HomeAway Stage. 651 more words

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She's 13. And she may be the breakout star of this year's ACL Fest.

Just as the local elementary-school Barton Hills Choir finished their half-hour performance on the Austin Kiddie Limits Stage at ACL Fest, 13-year-old Grace VanderWaal began an hourlong show on the adjacent HomeAway Stage. 651 more words

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Barton Hills Choir shines again at Austin Kiddie Limits, this time with David Grissom

“Can I just say this is the coolest gig ever?”

David Grissom was right. The renowned Austin guitarist, who’s played with everyone from Joe Ely and John Mellencamp to the Allman Brothers and the Dixie Chicks, had a big smile on his face when he offered up that assessment of his guest turn with the Barton Hills Choir on Saturday afternoon, as part of the Austin City Limits Music Festival’s second weekend. 424 more words

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