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Banks, Björk, and Blood Orange Light Up Houston on Instagram

Between sets by Aphex Twin, Banks, and Sophie, attendees of Houston’s second annual Day for Night festival made time to take in the best of the local art scene — whether it was the installations on the festival grounds (flickering light installations by the likes of Nonotak and Shoplifter) or sights around Houston like the famed Rothko Chapel. See the best Instagrams from Houston this weekend on stage and off, captured by artists and their fans alike.

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A new Björk head piece by James Merry debuts at Day for Night festival in Houston, Texas. Photo by @james.t.merry.

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Banks plays the first night of Houston’s Day for Night festival. Photo by @dayfornight.

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Noemi Schipfer and Takami Nakamoto, alias Nonotak, install their “Highline” piece at Day for Night festival in Houston, Texas. Photo by @nonotakstudio.

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Actor, model, (and Gregory Peck’s grandson) Ethan Peck at Day for Night festival in Houston, Texas. Photo by @ethangpeck.

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Dev Hynes performs as Blood Orange at Day for Night festival in Houston, Texas. Photo by @musicandotherdrugs.

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Aphex Twin plays his first American show in eight years at Day for Night in Houston, Texas. Photo by @freepresshouston.

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An installation at Houston’s Day for Night art and music festival. Photo by @jbajsel.

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Joy Nicole Kennedy of The Velvet Kennedy at Day for Night festival. Photo by @joynicolekennedy.

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Rapper Lil Flip, Bun B, and a host of other Houston-based rappers at Day for Night festival. Photo by @lilflip713.

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Music collective Soulection play Houston’s Day for Night festival. Photo by @soulection.

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Festival attendees made time to take in some of Houston’s sights, like the famed Rothko Chapel. Photo by @vonmelchior.