For the second straight month, a big music event opened in Austin last weekend to fine weather and revelers decked out in their festival finest. Then, as with October's ACL Fest, the skies opened up over last weekend's Fun Fun Fun Fest. Sunglasses, masks and capes made way for ponchos and rubber boots -- but onstage, under whatever lights were still working in the rain, the bands kept on rolling.
Jesse already offered his rundown of the festival's Saturday and Sunday performances. After the jump, we've got our best shots and a couple of videos to wrap up our festival coverage.
The crowd out under clear skies Saturday afternoon.
Saturday offered a double-dose of Palomotime, with VEGA in the afternoon and Neon Indian, shown here, at night.
Neon Indian performing "Deadbeat Summer." Video shot by Jesse Hugey.
The Sword plays Saturday afternoon.
The crowd loses control as Shonen Knife plays Saturday.
Dancing to VEGA Saturday afternoon.
Of Montreal's James Husband played a solo act Saturday, joined onstage by other members of the festival headliner.
Metallagher classed up the festival's second day, smashing fruit over a crowd that, thanks to the rain, already had their ponchos on.
Street Dogs singer Mike McColgan, formerly of Dropkick Murphys, a man after Shane MacGowan's own dental plan.
Lucero played under a simple lighting setup thanks to some rain-related electrical troubles.
Lucero singer Ben Nichols
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HEALTH played Sunday night. Video shot by Jesse Hughey.
While Danzig played at the far end of the park, Of Montreal helped close out the festival Sunday night.