A cold front brought cloudy skies, cool winds and temperatures in the 70s to the final day of Austin City Limits Music Festival on Sunday, bringing some much-needed relief to the sunburned and sweaty weekend denizens of Zilker Park.

The scene shortly after gates opened on Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017 at Austin City Limits Music Festival. Katey Psencik / American-Statesman

Don’t neglect the sunscreen, though — these clouds will give way to sunshine in the afternoon, but temperatures are expected to top out at just 75 degrees, a welcome change to the 80- and 90-degree temperatures of the previous two days.

Here’s what you can expect Sunday: A magical set from Tank and the Bangas kicking off this easy Sunday morning, a feel-good set from D.R.A.M., the sweet, soulful Swedish sounds of First Aid Kit, the indie-pop-folk greatness of The Head and the Heart, an adventure with Gorillaz and a yes-we-know-you-want-to-hear-Mr.-Brightside singalong with The Killers. See the rest of our music picks for a full rundown on which stages you should mosey your way toward on Sunday.

At noon Sunday, music writer Deborah Sengupta Stith will be moderating a live stream on the Austin360 Facebook page, with two of the Austin360 music team’s contributors debating the age-old question: Is rap duo Run the Jewels overrated? You won’t want to miss it.