Couple posts ridiculously cute ACL Fest pictures that show their relationship over the years

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One couple has been to Austin City Limits Music Festival three years in a row and took the same picture at different stages in their relationship — dating, engaged and married.

Audreana Dutton posted the pictures of her and her husband Peter Dutton on Twitter after weekend one of ACL Fest 2017 with the caption, “Our @aclfestival tradition is going strong. I guess we are too!!”

The first ACL Fest picture was taken only a few days after the couple started dating. “We took the first picture to celebrate it,” she said.

Audreana said they vowed to keep the ACL Fest and picture tradition going as long as they were together. “It just so happens that every ACL together, so far, was a different milestone in the relationship,” she said.

We think the married duo is officially an ACL Fest power couple. “We are best friends more than anything, and we both love music festivals,” Audreana said. “So, ACL will be a tradition we keep up even after we’re blessed with kids of our own to bring along.”

We’re already looking forward to their 2018 festival picture.

ACL Fest 2017 vendors that you won’t want to miss

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Although Austin City Limits is better known for its music, eats and festival atmosphere, it’s also a hub for local and national artisans to shows off their artwork. This year’s lineup of vendors features everything from art coasters to hand-crafted leather boots.

Weekend one of the 2017 Austin City Limits Festival at Zilker Park Oct. 6, 2017.
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The vendors will take cash, credit, debit and ACL cashless pay. Check out the artists’ Instagram posts to see whether you’re willing to risk your spot at the front of the concert to go do some shopping — we think you just might be. For a full list of vendors visit ACL’s website.

Austin Art Garage: This gallery is known for showing off emerging local artists. According to its website, it focuses on curating locally made and accessible art for Austinites.


CRAFT: For DIY crafting, workshops, events and artwork, head to the Austin-based CRAFT.


Exit82ART: This local graphic designer makes Austin-themed artwork. (In the spirit of ACL and Austin, we thought you’d enjoy these Willie Nelson coasters.)


Teysha: Teysha makes beautiful, hand-made leather products. It’s artwork you can wear. Win, win?


Ornamental Things: This local shop has intricate bohemian jewelry. They say their jewelry is for, “heroines, daydreamers and the adventurous at heart.”


Futurgarb: This boutique came all the way from Chicago to share its fashionable clothing and accessories with festivalgoers.


Leighelena: Leighelena has a full line of leather and beaded handcrafted jewelry. For concertgoers who came from San Antonio, they also have a shop located in the Pearl.


Mana Culture: Mana Culture says it creates jewelry inspired by “Mother Nature.”


During this year’s festival, you can do more than just shop and look around at all of the art. ACL is also setting up an interactive shop, where you can personalize and create your own DIY projects. For more information, visit ACL’s website.