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The best music moments captured at Fun Fun Fun Fest

The best music moments captured at Fun Fun Fun Fest

Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 Grimes Claire Elise Boucher
Grimes brings the energy to the blue stage during FFF Fest. Photo by Daniel Cavazos
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 Jane's Addiction
Jane's Addiction performs the entire Ritual de lo Habitual album. Photo by Daniel Cavazos
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 Fucked Up mosh pit crowd surf
Fucked Up frontman Damien Abraham gets up close and personal with fans. Photo by Daniel Cavazos
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 CHVRCHES Lauren Mayberry
Lauren Mayberry of Chvrches croons to fest goers. Photo by Daniel Cavazos
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 Peaches musician Merrill Beth Nisker
Peaches wows the crowd with fun antics and multiple costume changes. Photo by Daniel Cavazos
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 Toro y Moi
Toro y Moi rocks out on the orange stage. Photo by Daniel Cavazos
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 Antemasque Omar Rodriguez-Lopez and Cedric Bixler Zavala Travis Barker
Antemasque tears it up with guest drummer Travis Barker. Photo by Daniel Cavazos
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 Ms Lauryn Hill
Lauryn Hill closes out FFF Fest with an intimate performance. Photo by Daniel Cavazos
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 L7
L7 showcases their raw and unapologetic music. Photo by Daniel Cavazos
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 American Football
American Football's nostalgic performance on the orange stage. Photo by Daniel Cavazos
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 Grimes Claire Elise Boucher
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 Jane's Addiction
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 Fucked Up mosh pit crowd surf
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 CHVRCHES Lauren Mayberry
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 Peaches musician Merrill Beth Nisker
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 Toro y Moi
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 Antemasque Omar Rodriguez-Lopez and Cedric Bixler Zavala Travis Barker
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 Ms Lauryn Hill
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 L7
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 American Football

It almost seemed as though the 10th anniversary of Fun Fun Fun Fest was bound to be doomed. Arguably the most anticipated performer canceled due to illness. Then, a top comedian’s flight was canceled due to weather. Day two brought uncertainty as the festival awaited approval from the City of Austin to open the gates, unsure if rain would cause delays.

But in true music fashion, the show did go on, and Fun Fun Fun Fest did not disappoint in the slightest. Replacing the canceled D’Angelo show was the legendary Lauryn Hill; Tig Notaro’s standup show was rescheduled from day one to day two; and, eventually, music fans were let into the soggy festival grounds on the second day, causing almost no delays to the schedule.

We at CultureMap donned our best rainproof clothes and faced the fest head on to capture top music acts from around the world. From old school rock ‘n’ rollers to up-and-coming rappers and heavy metal wailers, FFF Fest managed to curate a unique — at times oddball — lineup of major music influencers and those just breaking into the game.