Austin Psych Fest
Sunday was the last night of the Austin Psych Fest. The three-day festival took place at the old Seaholm Power Plant in downtown Austin. If you’ve never been to this old power plant on banks of the Colorado River, it’s a fantastic venue for live music.
Unlike last year, this year’s two stages were both inside. The acoustics aren’t amazing, but the open airplane-hangar style causes the music to reverberate through the audience. So much so that one of the vendors there from 420 Spot was having issues with breaking glassware due to the intense vibrations.
Psych Fest almost didn’t take place at the power plant at all. The city was planning a construction project, but at the last minute, they postponed construction plans until the summer and let the festival host a weekend to remember… for some.
Others won’t remember a thing. But, that’s what they get for rocking their face off at the Psych Fest. Good times.