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Picture Show: Hippies vs. Hipsters at ACL

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We're just hours away from the end of the ACL, but the number of good bands left to play in day three is staggering. Band of Horses and the Flaming Lips are up next--and bleeding into the sky here is Robert Earl Keen's "The Road Goes On Forever."

Before those kick off, and while Pete is not being amused by Yeasayer, check out this slideshow of day two fans (and Deadmau5 and Muse back-to-back performance). We guarantee some shots of fans igniting their brains with electronica and heavy rock. Oh Austin, you are so epic.

Check out the full slideshow: Hippies vs. Hipsters and follow @DC9 at Night up-to-the-minute updates.

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