AUSTIN (KXAN) — The 2023 Austin City Limits Music Festival has come to an end.
After six days of concerts, the festival’s lost and found has filled with many lost phones, IDs, credit cards, glasses and other belongings.
As of Monday morning, there were 30 phones, over 20 wallets, 80 IDs, over 130 credit cards and over 30 keys turned in, according to the online lost and found tracker.
Other items listed online were jewelry items, bags and clothing. A full gallery of found items is online. Some items are identified only by last name, such as IDs and credit cards.
The lost and found tent is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday. The post-festival lost and found is at the Guest Services HQ on William Barton Drive.
An ACL spokesperson said people can claim items online and the festival will work to reunite the items with its owner for up to 60 days after ACL. The online lost-and-found system allows attendees to search for their items from a phone.
Before the festival, attendees could register their items online. If a registered item is found, ACL would contact the owner or their contact to let them know an item was found.