Sunday is the final day of the 2018 Austin City Limits Music Festival. Here are five things to know about what happened Saturday and what's coming up in Zilker Park:
1. Defying Friday's forecasts, Saturday turned out to be not cooler and rainy, but warm and humid much like all the days so far at this year's festival. Rain fell on Austin in the morning, but it cleared up before gates opened at 11 a.m., and skies were sunny for most of the afternoon.
2. Daytime set highlights included the powerful soul of Durand Jones and the Indications, Latin pop grooves from Mon LaFerte, groovy pop from Japanese Breakfast, indie rock heroes the Breeders and roots rock standout Brandi Carlile.
3. Early arrivals included lots of fans in Metallica T-shirts, eager for the band's headlining slot after a well-received first-weekend set on the American Express stage.
4. Lots of Longhorn fans gathered in the beer hall to watch No. 9 Texas take on Baylor in a game that was happening on the UT campus across town. The Horns survived a late Baylor charge to win 23-17.
5. One last day: ACL Fest 2018 closes with quite a few highly anticipated sets, including the return of Weekend One highlights Travis Scott, Janelle Monae, Arctic Monkeys and St. Vincent plus Weekend Two-only draw Shawn Mendes and local hero Shakey Graves. Expected overnight rains are forecast to clear out by midmorning in time for another hot (mid-80s) and humid day in the park, before a major cold front arrives Monday morning.