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Southwest Airlines saw dozens of cancellations in Austin and thousands nationwide amid one of the busiest travel weekends. (ABIA)

ACL goers and performers alike may have found their weekend trip extended on Sunday as they arrived at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport to find that dozens of Southwest Airline flights had been canceled due to "disruptive weather."

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Austin and Houston share states but have distinct differences that set the two Texas cities apart.

Barton Springs vs. bayou. Black Pumas vs. Beyonce. Live Music Capital vs. Energy Capital.

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Both Billie Eilish and Phoebe Bridgers had messages directed at Gov. Greg Abbott—hands off. (Pooneh Ghana, Charles Reagan and Chad Wadsworth for ACL Fest)

As ACL day two comes to a cathartic close with Billie Eilish's soft and angelic voice echoing throughout Zilker Park. ACL attendees must have been good this year because Saturday brought clear skies despite threats of bad weather.

In a word, day two was iconic. Each performer brought the personality—and political takes—to the stage with them, making sure even the people in the back of the audience felt part of the show.

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Miley Cyrus played to a group of deliriously excited fans and sang some diverse discography. (Charles Reagan for ACL Fest)

Festival-goers were all smiles as Austin City Limits kicked off on Friday—especially when there was no rain. A delayed start, the day went off without a hitch with performances by headliners Machine Gun Kelly, Megan Thee Stallion, Miley Cyrus and George Strait.

Although the forecast called for rain, skies were clear most of the day, other than some short showers during Cyrus' set.

Here's what the day looked like:

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