BMX at the Fun Fun Fun Fest 2013, Austin, Texas
Fun Fun Fun Fest 2013 -- Austin, Texas
In 2006, Fun Fun Fun Fest booked its first set of acts in downtown Austin, Texas, and it didn't take long for it to become a well-known independent festival for music lovers and artists in the United States. Now in its eighth year, Fun Fun Fun Fest returned to Austin this past weekend with a stacked lineup that included Bob Mould, Narrows, Pelican and Tenacious D. Here, Johnny Marr, former guitar player for The Smiths, takes the stage at Auditorium Shores during Fun Fun Fun Fest #8.
S&M Bikes pro and Project loop ramp builder Clint Reynolds roasts a one-foot invert during Ice T's dusk set.
Thee Oh Sees
San Francisco's Thee Oh Sees blend of psychedelic garage folk and high energy live performance was just the ticket for FFF's black stage. Led by songwriter John Dwyer, this three-piece are a must see band.
Hoffman Bikes pro Jeremy Hrabel stands next to a skateboard deck he hand painted for the 50/50 art exhibit preview during Fun Fun Fun Fest.
46-year-old Haro Bikes vert veteran Dennis McCoy blasts a cancan over the Fun Fun media circus, including filmer Stew Johnson and announcer Steve Crandall.
England to California transplant Simon Tabron just turned 40 years old and is getting better with age. Here he is doing what he does best on day 2 of Fun Fun Fun Fest -- a 540 invert.
Sunday Bikes pro Aaron Ross downside whips the satellite dish on the bike and skate stage at Fun Fun Fun Fest. Aaron also painted a deck for the Project Loop benefit art show.
The Descendents closed out a sold out audience of punks and stage divers on day 2 of Fun Fun Fun Fest's black stage.
Mutiny Bikes team rider Matt Roe clicks a 360 turndown over the box for a bird's eye view of the bike and skate stage.
Fun Fun Fun hosted some international BMX talent this year including Scotland's Connor Mailey, also known for his amazing tattoo work.
Pauly the Pirate
The Take team rider Pauly the Pirate drove his Harley from New York to Austin for Fun Fun Fun Fest and gapped over Tommy Dugan and the entire street course spectators to the mini ramp.
Despite having a broken foot wrapped up in a makeshift boot, Mat 'The Condor' Hoffman still put on an amazing demo with his giant bag of tricks, including this no-hander one-footer on his personal vert ramp he drove up from Oklahoma.