Forty Acres Fest: A Photo Story
On March 22, University of Texas Campus Events + Entertainment Texas Traditions and Headliners Committees presented Forty Acres Fest 2014, a festival held on UT campus for UT students. The festival showcased student organizations, had various activities for attendees and ended the day with a performance by Sleigh Bells. ORANGE photographer Tess Cagle shows us her favorite shots from the event.
Photos by Tess Cagle
At the Puppy Petting Zone, Marysabel Cardozo takes a selfie with one of the dogs.
A participant bungee jumps in front of the Tower.
Local band, Blue Bear, performs its set on the main stage.
Members of the Salsa Dancing Club show off their moves for festival-goers.
The lead singer of Ben Baxter hits a high note during his set.
ORANGE writer Sam Limerick is pushed to the front of the stage while he crowd-surfs during Sleigh Bells’ set.
Sleigh Bells perform one of their songs, “Never Say Die.”
Sleigh Bells’ front woman Alexis dances in the center of the stage.
Alexis from Sleigh Bells stands in front of the crowd.
The crowd cheers as Sleigh Bells finishes their last song of their set.
Students played with small animals such as hedgehogs and bunnies at the petting zoo area.