By late September, it's easy to get festival fatigue, coming off of nearly six straight months of music fests that include Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Electric Zoo and more (not to mention Burning Man) but then you get a second wind with the Trans-Pecos Festival, a psychedelically-inclined festival that took place this weekend in Marfa, Texas. While the remote town has long been known as an art oasis in the desert, more recently their music and food scenes have been on the rise and after three days of music from the likes of Jenny Lewis (who performed an awesome cover of "Groove Is in the Heart" with Texas native St. Vincent -- see the clip HERE) Portugal. The Man, Phosphorescent and more, it's clear the festival is only going to enhance the small town's reputation as an unexpected culture hub. Our photographer, Jackie Lee Young, was out there capturing the scene -- take a look at her photos from the weekend below.

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