Picture Show(s): The Underwear Man and The Best Beards

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Just before furiously making out with a young woman, the man you see above yelled "anyone seen my clothes?"

And so, Night Three of 35 Conferette begins with a bang (you could say). Lots to come tonight including Big Freedia and the main stage's big headliner Local Natives. We'll be along with photos and video, but in the meantime check out slide shows from Day Two with Dr. Dog and (!) Michael Cera.

Also, a special slide show from our contributing photographer Danny Fulgencio: the best beards of 35 Conferette.

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