Aura Recap, Part 3: Groovin' on Sunday Afternoon and Aura Artwork (Photos)

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J2K played to peeps in ponchos.

​By the time the sun rose on the final day of Aura Fest, heavy clouds had filled the sky, shielding recovering partiers from its brutal heat. A steady drizzle continued throughout the morning and for much of the day. This made for optimal sleeping conditions, which were much needed for many after a long night of exertion.

Most didn't hang in their tents for too long, though. After all, the party was still on. Folks ponchoed up and made their way into the stage area to catch afternoon sets by Marc Paperscissor, J2K, and others. And to check out the many artists who were displaying their work underneath tents, out of the rain.

The art was not limited to tents, though. Throughout the fest, inspired people were doing decorating of various sorts, and there was always live painting going on in front of the stages. 

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Later in the day and into the evening, the Mantras played chill heady music as the rain drizzled, and Papadosio once again brought the jams for all those still on their feet. 

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Calder Wilson
Papadosio on Sunday night.
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Calder Wilson
Rob from Dopapod onstage with Papadosio.
And the festival continued on into Sunday night with much good energy and sweetness.

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