The first annual Waterloo Music Festival was held on Carson Creek Ranch a few miles east of Austin. Three days of a variety of music on two stages with over 30 bands from around the US, camping, and a lively fun crowd of 15,000 over the three days. Read our review of Waterloo Fest to learn more.
Here are some additional pictures of the Festival. The rain and mud couldn't dampen the spirits of the music festival fans - shoes came off, a variety of rain gear suddenly appeared, boots miraculously showed up, and umbrellas were everywhere.
The fans were a mix of everything from retired hippies to young fanny packers and tie shirts, flowing hippie skirts, long hair and dreads, and hula hoops were everywhere.
In addition to lots of tie dye shirts, there were several interesting outfits:
The campground was next to the food vendors and they had their own entrance to the Festival. There were tent campers, RVs, and glamping in air conditioned tents.