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Austin City Limits has become absolutely huge in Texas and just about anywhere you can imagine, but the fans know it is one of the only times they can see so many favorites all in one place. Foster the People took to the Samsung Galaxy Stage on Friday, October 3, 2014, and came close to finishing out day one. Headlining right before an icon such as Beck isn't too bad either.

Their hour-long set brought a great feeling to ACL as the sun started to go down and the fans packed in tightly to hear them over most of the other simultaneous acts.

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ACL in Zilker Park provided excellent opportunities for fantastic pictures, and Foster the People's performance showed that in many ways. Fans jammed through the indie trio's set as Mark Foster sang loud and proud in his black leather pants seeking the prefect Instagram.

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Foster the People had a packed "open" house as they played through "Broken Jaw," "Nevermind," and of course, "Pumped Up Kicks." The band really has a mellow way of getting the crowd into the songs, but then calming them down for something a little slower such as the sing-along with "Pumped Up Kicks."

All photos by Kevin Yeanoplos for AXS