“Austin City Limits” is an American television concert music program that first aired in 1976. The series began as a mainly Texas-style music program, but has since gone on to cover a variety of styles and has expanded beyond Texas alone. The program is taped live by a PBS station on University of Texas at Austin’s campus and images of the beautiful city of Austin, Texas are shown in the opening credits.
The “Austin City Limits Music Festival”, an annual live music festival at Zilker Park in Austin, was inspired by this television series. Made up of more than 130 bands and eight stages, this three-day music festival covers the genres of rock, country, folk, Indie, Americana, hip-hop, reggae, and blue grass. Around 65,000 people attend this music festival each day, making it part of the premier rock festivals group along with Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, and Coachella. The seventh annual (2009) Austin City Limits Music Festival is scheduled for September 26-28 and includes bands such as the Foo Fighters, Robert Plant and Allison Krauss, Beck, The Raconteurs, The Mars Volta, Gnarls Barkley, Erykah Badu, and many more.
Austin City Limits Music Festival formally shut down its 2020 event as COVID-19 cases rise in Texas, according to updates posted to the event’s website and social media pages on Wednesday. The festival will return in October of 2021, scheduled for the first and second weekends of the month... Read more
The National Hockey League’s Stanley Cup Finals continued its streak as the market’s No. 1 best-seller, according to Ticket Club sales data. The hockey tournament was alongside the NBA Finals, the CONCACAF Gold Cup and this year’s NCAA Baseball College World Series featuring Auburn vs. Mississippi State. The Mississippi... Read more
The ticketing market can expect a big influx of events to close out the week, with Travis Scott leading the way with his Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour. The rapper’s North American tour is set to visit over two dozen cities this fall, beginning November 8 in Baltimore.... Read more
While concerts earned the most prominent ticket listings to kick off the week yesterday, today belongs solely to sports. This summer’s International Champions Cup headlines the day’s listings, with 15 matches now heading on sale. The soccer tournament will feature some of the world’s most renowned squads – including... Read more
Moving up the chart to the Number 1 spot today is the New York Yankees American League Wild Card game set for next week. After their win last night over the Tampa Bay Rays, they officially clinched the home-field advantage for their last chance at winning the AL East.... Read more
“America’s favorite ventriloquist” and comedy superstar Jeff Dunham is taking his new tour, Passively Aggressive, across North America this winter, and ticket sales are already hot for shows into 2018. At the No. 1 spot is Dunham’s stop in Green Bay and at No. 12, in Pittsburgh in January... Read more
Summary by TicketNews Staff Coordinators of the Austin City Limits, one of the Big Four Festivals of the year, have announced the 2013 lineup and it is an extensive one. For the first time, this festival will be expanded to two consecutive weekends and will occur on October 4th-6th,... Read more
The 11th annual Austin City Limits Festival is set to take place on October 12-14, 2012, at Zilker Park in Austin, TX. Attendees will enjoy three days of live music and activities, with big names from the music industry making appearances throughout the weekend. This year’s festival has booked... Read more
Over the past eight seasons, the Austin City Limits Music Festival has established itself as one of the leading U.S. music festivals. With an all-star lineup to rival the likes of Coachella, Bonnaroo and Lollapallooza, ACL will return for its ninth annual weekend October 8-10 at Zilker Park in... Read more
Just like his song suggests, singer/songwriter Mason Jennings will be “In Your City” — soon. His 19-date headlining tour kicks off September 13 in Ventura, CA, and closes October 18 in Minneapolis, MN, Jennings’s “adopted home.” Zach Gill will open all performances beginning September 30. The headlining tour supports... Read more