AUSTIN -- Tens of thousands of people head out to the great lawn on Saturday for Day Two of the Austin City Limits Music Festival.
The festival made some changes this year. Officials pushed the event back to October from September to keep fans a little cooler, and extended the event to two weekends so more people can attend.
Fans say this festival stands out from others because of it's friendly, Austin vibe and of course, a wide variety of music.
"You can see electronica, and then Lionel Richie, then hip hop, it's kind of alt and indie rock. It's kind of all over the place which is really cool," said attendee Catherine Herrings.
"I like that you can just come and roam and here all kinds of bands whether it's headliners like Kings of Leon and Muse, or just local," added first-time festival goer Nichole Davidson.
Tonight, music lovers will enjoy headliners the Cure and Kings of Leon.