Torrential rains that caused flooding across portions of Central Texas brought the second weekend of the Austin City Limits Music Festival to an abrupt end Sunday.
Overnight storms deluged Zilker Park, where the festival takes place, washing away temporary fencing, causing food tents to collapse, sending trash cans afloat and damaging portions of the nearby Butler Hike and Bike Trail, prompting organizers to wind down the world-renowned music festival a day early.
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Life & Arts: A special look back at the festival in highlights and photos
@austin360.com/acl: Full coverage from both weekends of the fest, plus photos and reports from some of Sunday’s impromptu shows.