Austin's Quiet Company opened ACL Fest Saturday.
Another local act, Wild Child, performed soon after. The set started off with a few sound issues, but things wrapped up well.
Austin360 videographer Kelly West was out filming bands again Saturday morning, starting with Venezuelan dance rock band La Vida Boheme. The band prepped for the shoot with their signature splatters of paint.
The second shoot took place at Ginny's Little Longhorn, a honky tonk known for it's chicken, ahem, bingo, with He's My Brother, She's My Sister, who performed ACL Fest Friday and and an ACL Fest Late Night Show at Stubb's Saturday.
Heavy showers dissipated, but some rain lingered off and on throughout the rest of the evening.
With the festival grounds damp, the mud accumulation brought reminders of 2009, when rain created several muddy areas at the festival.
The Roots, who took the stage at 6 p.m., did a salute to Beastie Boy Adam Yauch or MCA, who passed away in May, with a cover of "Paul Revere."