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The Fans of ACL, Weekend Two: Photos

Austin City Limits debuted a two-weekend format this year. People were clearly ready for it -- this past weekend's installment sold out. The rain cancelled Sunday's shows, but Friday and Saturday went on as plans. Writer Katie Moulton was there for DC9 at Night, and she took some photos of her favorite fans, starting above with a little spank action and continuing below with the security guard doing yoga and plenty of shirtlessness.

See also: The Ten Steamiest Moments from ACL Weekend Two

See also: Here's What Austin Bands Think of ACL

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