AUSTIN (KXAN) - People all differed on who was the best performer at Austin CityLimits. But, one thing everyone could agree on was the mud wasquite terrible.
Some people embraced the mud by sliding in it. At the end ofSunday, it looked like ACL-ers fought the mud and the mud won.Thousands were wearing galoshes to weather the mud. Some simplygave up and walked barefoot with mud caked to their knees.
To think, on Friday morning, Zilker Park looked like a pristine,PGA golf course. Looks like the ACL organizers have the sameproblem on their hands that they have every year - replace the nowdestroyed grass in Zilker.
Despite the 4-inch deep mud, more than 70,000 music fanscame to ACL. Below is a montage of random ACL attendants expressingwho they thought was the best and who was the worst:
Who was your favorite act? Who was your least favorite act?
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