In light of last Sunday’s events in Las Vegas, when a gunman opened fire at a country music festival and killed 58 people, then himself, and injured hundreds more, security was tightened at the Austin City Limits Music Festival at Zilker Park Friday. Fest-goers were told earlier in the week to expect “a¬†full and complete airport-style search¬†prior to entry.” Refunds were offered to fans who didn’t want to attend because of safety concerns.

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But on social media Friday, the first day of ACL Fest 2017, fest-goers were sharing safety tips, promoting love over hate and paying tribute to the Las Vegas victims. One attendee even marched to Zilker Park from Austin City Hall holding a sign that said “End Mass Shootings.”¬†There was even a marriage proposal. Several of Day One’s acts spoke up about the shooting, too. Read on to see what people had to say.

Foster the People closed with a cover of Love by John Lennon in honor of the events in Las Vegas. #ACLFest

— Dave Acosta (@Chuy_Vuitton) October 7, 2017

#LasVegas definitely on people's minds at #ACLfest, but @jamesvmcmorrow says he trusts "good people" will prevail.

— Variance Magazine (@VARIANCEmag) October 6, 2017

Armed with a rainbow parachute, Andrew McMahon pays tribute to Las Vegas at #ACLFest 2017

— Austin 360 (@austin360) October 6, 2017

Between gigs ON STAGE law enforcement should urge attendees to report suspicious activity#IfYouSeeSomethingSaySomething #LasVegas

— Adam Campetti (@AdamCampetti) October 6, 2017

Difference in the ‚Äúbag‚ÄĚ and ‚Äúno bag‚ÄĚ lines. Bags undergoing thorough search but after #LasVegas, no one we saw is complaining. #aclfest

— Chris Sadeghi (@chrissadeghi) October 6, 2017

#ACLFest band Foster the People decline to play ‚ÄėPumped Up Kicks‚Äô following Las Vegas shooting

— Austin 360 (@austin360) October 3, 2017

#ACLFest headliners and Las Vegas natives The Killers respond to shooting

— Austin 360 (@austin360) October 2, 2017

Heading out to #ACLFest in a little bit. Living my life out loud. ‚̧ԳŹ