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ACL Day Three: In Photos

Every day in My Morning Jacket is like a day at the beach. (Mark C. Austin)
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If you know anyone who skipped out early at ACL, we know what they missed. Sunday's sets included Bloc Party (in direct sunlight), My Morning Jacket (pretending to be at a beach) and our own Denton boys in Midlake. DC-9 has pictures of them all. See what you missed or relive it.

If you keep clickin' on through the slideshow, you'll find photos from the first two days of ACL tacked on the end. Even if you didn't, we wanted to see those Bjork pictures again. -- Chelsea Ide

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