Look Through the Lens: Fun Fun Fun Fest
Fun Fun Fun Fest entertained Austin for its eighth year with fun, as promised. Relive the three days through these images captured by ORANGE photographers.
Photos by Tess Cagle and Bryan Rolli
Ira Kaplan of Yo La Tengo waves his guitar above his head.
Tacos are shot to the audience in between preformances at FFF.
Dee Dee of Dum Dum Girls lets out a high note during their set on Sunday.
A packed crowd surrounds the stage as First Aid Kit performs.
Kathryn Calder of the New Pornographers plays Saturday evening.
A festival goer crowd surfs during Black Lips’ set.
The crowd sways along to music at sunset on Saturday.
Black Lips guitarist, Jack Hines, performs at the black stage. Hines had left the band in 2004, but rejoined the band for their North American tour in 2014.
The view of Austin’s skyline on Saturday afternoon.
Elias Bender Ronnenfelt of the Danish punk rock band Iceage sings.
Joe Newman, of Alt-J, performs at the Orange Stage.
Freddie Gibbs emanates cool during his Sunday afternoon set on the Blue Stage.
Iron Reagan lead singer Tony Foresta pulls no punches in the band’s Sunday afternoon set on the Black Stage, playing over 20 songs in just 30 minutes.
Killer Mike and El-P of Run the Jewels command a frenzied audience Friday afternoon on the Blue Stage.
Rob Halford of Judas Priest flashes the beloved “devil horns,” a universal salute to heavy metal, Friday night on the Black Stage.
Judas Priest lead singer Rob Halford and guitarist Richie Faulkner deliver Friday night on the Black Stage.
Judas Priest guitarist Richie Faulkner, successor to K.K. Downing, brings some young blood to the legendary metal group.
Despite the early set time and scorching heat, metal heads showed up for Iron Reagan’s Sunday afternoon performance.
Bassist Emily Elhaj provides a solid rhythmic foundation during Angel Olsen’s set Sunday afternoon on the Orange Stage.
Canadian dance-punk duo Death from Above 1979 are back after a nearly 10 years apart to deliver a career-spanning set Friday on the Black Stage.
Dallas Green of City and Colour croons to a captured audience Friday night on the Orange Stage.