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So There's This Little Festival In Austin This Weekend...

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...Which some of you may have heard of and some of you may even be attending. You can bet your boots Rocks Off will be all over Austin City Limits, which means lots of pictures like the lovely young lady above. Last year brought everything from an RV fire to Bob Dylan's unintelligible ramblings to Zilker Park, and this year promises the best weather ACL has ever seen. (Rocks Off will settle for it not being face-meltingly hot.)

Who knows what else? Starting mid-afternoon Friday, we'll tell you exactly what. - Chris Gray

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