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ACL Day 3: Mud and Pearl Jam

The festival grounds at Austin City Limits Music Festival were completely destroyed by the rain on day 2 and the massive amounts of traffic walking through the park. The park looked like a giant mud pit. It was hard to walk, the smell from the fertilizer was gross, and the mud got all over the fans’ clothes and shoes. I’ve never seen anything like it before. You can see videos of the mud pit on 977music’s YouTube channel. Zilker Park is being forced to close for a month to try to repair the damages and allow the grass to grow back.

Despite the mud, the music was amazing! Pearl Jam was incredible live. Krystle said that seeing Pearl Jam was one of the best experiences of her life. Everyone at the festival crowded in to watch Pearl Jam give an amazing performance. It was great how they interacted with their fans and showed support to the American troops, police officers, and firefighters. The crowed cheered loudly in support of our nation’s helping forces. Pearl Jam was the only band playing during their time slot at ACL because they were the headliner of the entire weekend. So many people were cheering, singing along, and dancing with excitement. Pearl Jam brought people together of all ages.

Other bands that played live on the Livestrong stage that day were: The Dodos, Clutch, the Toadies, and The Dead Weather. All of the bands performing at ACL were great! If they didn’t have a big fan base before this weekend, playing at ACL will grow their fan base tenfold.

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