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Monday, 27 August 2012 17:06

Festival photos: LouFest 2012 with the Flaming Lips, Girl Talk, Dr. Dog, Dinosaur Jr. and others at Forest Park, Saturday, August 25 and Sunday, August 26

The Flaming Lips close out LouFest 2012 The Flaming Lips close out LouFest 2012 Nate Burrell
Written by Chris Bay
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The third annual LouFest music festival in Forest Park took place this past Saturday and Sunday, with some of the best acts in pop, rock, hip hop and electronic music.

The event featured 16 acts over 2 days in Forest Park's Central Field. And for the first time in its three-year history, the festival had to contend with inclement weather: Rain sputtered on and even delayed a few sets, but fortunately nothing was cancelled.

88.1 KDHX photographers Nate Burrell and Kate McDaniel caught every set, as well as some of the action away from the stage. Click through to the full gallery of of over 90 photos. And be sure to read Annah Bender's reviews of both day 1 and day 2 of the event, in addition to our entire archive of LouFest 2012 coverage.

All photos by Nate Burrell and Kate McDaniel. To view the full set, follow the link below the gallery.

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