This past weekend, hundreds headed out to the Texas Hill Country for the 5th annual UTOPiAfest, a three-day camping and music festival at the 1,000 acre Four Sisters Ranch near Garner State Park. Twenty-six acts performed on UTOPiAfest's two stages, including Cold War Kids, Kishi Bashi, War Paint, Golden Dawn Arkestra and more. Here are 20 Instagrams from the festival.
@allietexrx: I miss you already!! #utopiafest #utopianexperience #livemusic #camping
@taraxmeyer: Chillin in the water #utopiafest with @rosietoesinhose . Love the beat to the heat. #travel
@aaronbehrens: Utopia fest was muddy and magical! A blast of beautiful fun!! Good timezz and good vibezz! Thanks for having us!
@kristinakeyser: #pizza of my dreams! #utopiafest
@kschenkeldenkel: #utopiafest #warpaint
@thenbscene: Shit is getting weird out here. #utopiafest
@keridodson: This is how a wildewoman does festivals. Mud. Hula hoop, rocking music. Done. @utopiafest #utopiafest #utopiafest2014
@keridodson: Then there was this. Thank you sweet yoga guy and @jordanoefinger for taking the pic for the mommy who didn't know her daughter was hanging out with the yoga peeps!! #utopiafest #utopiafest2014
@mollykuchar: Peace. Love. #Utopiafest
@hdbach: #UtopiaFest #endlesssummer
@maggiesvoboda: Spent the weekend in so much mud and sweat and music at #utopiafest
@lunanarchy: My goodtimes babies at #utopiafest
@sans_sheriff: Chill times in Utopia #utopiafest
@garrettamy: #utopiafest #holidaymountain #hairflip
@emmamosity: Utopia-ville. #utopiafest #regram from @lovelysamantha
@dylandsiena: utopiafest - absolutely beautiful
@hartfordthewhale: Back into society. Here's Cold War Kids closing out #utopiafest. Good times
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