Red Hot Chili Peppers, Chance The Rapper, The Killers, Gorillaz, Martin Garrix, and The xx are set to headline this year’s massive Austin City Limits Music Festival lineup. ICE CUBE, Ryan Adams, Solange, The Head and the Heart, Run The Jewels, FOSTER THE PEOPLE, Spoon, Vance Joy, ZHU and more will deliver an incredibly diverse musical landscape throughout ACL Fest’s epic two consecutive weekends. The world-class festival will deliver more than 140 bands across eight stages at Zilker Park, October 6-8 and October 13-15.
This year’s eclectic collection of talent includes something for everyone with performances from Portugal. The Man, Bonobo (LIVE), A$AP Ferg, First Aid Kit, Louis the Child, Royal Blood (Weekend One), The Revivalists, Cody Jinks, LĪVE, Eagles of Death Metal (Weekend Two), Car Seat Headrest, DREAMCAR, Grace VanderWaal, Skip Marley and Parker Millsap. The deep list of artists also includes Milky Chance, RÜFÜS DU SOL, Alison Wonderland (Weekend One), O.A.R. (Weekend Two), Danny Brown, Whitney, Mondo Cozmo, and many more.
It is a longstanding tradition at ACL Fest to honor homegrown talent and this year’s lineup of Texas-based artists is strong. Fans can look forward to incredible performances from Spoon, Cody Jinks, The Black Angels, MISSIO, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, The Band of Heathens, Asleep at the Wheel, Dale and Ray, Paul Cauthen, CAPYAC, The Wild Now, Carson McHone, Mobley, Annabelle Chairlegs, Tomar and the FC’s and Mélat.
3-Day General Admission Tickets for both weekends go on sale today at 10am CT at www.aclfestival.com. 3-Day VIP and Platinum Tickets and Hotel Packages will also be available starting at 10am CT. Music fans ages 10 and under will be admitted free of charge accompanied by a ticketed adult. 1-Day General Admission Tickets, 1-Day VIP Tickets and 1-Day Platinum Tickets will be available later in the year.
Austin City Limits Music Festival has called Zilker Park home for 16 years, and in 2017, the Austin Parks Foundation is celebrating Zilker 100, the centennial anniversary of this legendary green space. For more than a decade, proceeds from ACL Festival have gone directly towards improving Austin’s parks. Just this week, ACL Fest announced $6.3 million in funding to Austin Parks, making the total contribution to improvements to Zilker Park and parks across the city more than $26 million since 2006.
Fans worldwide who can’t make it to Zilker Park will be able to watch the Austin City Limits Music Festival Live Broadcast on Red Bull TV, which is distributed digitally for free on any connected device and accessible online at redbull.tv/aclfest. The Live Broadcast can also be viewed on www.aclfestival.com. Full broadcast schedule of performances will be announced in October.