| October 5, 2013 | 1:12pm
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Another year, another ACL Music Festival. This is a magical time in Texas, when the blazing summer makes way for a pleasant autumn. The weather and the promise of world-class musical wonders draws thousands to Zilker Park, ready to let loose and jam over the three day weekend. Here are some of the nice people we met on Day 1, Week 1.
|Photos by Marco Torres|
|Hey, once you see this, that means you made it! Have fun out there!|
|The Queen of ACL will greet you as you enter the gates.|
|The festival is fun for the kids...|
|... and for the kids at heart.|
|You'll see fans of Breaking Bad...|
|... and other forms of art.|
More photos on the next page.
|You'll meet really cool chicks...|
|... and more than a few crazy dudes.|
|... and cool homies.|
|You'll make best friends...|
|... and maybe find a soul mate.|
|Don't forget 'bout your crew!|
|Are you ready for Day Two? See you at the park!|
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