Austin City Limits Music Festival 2016

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Sep 30 - Oct 09 2016

Austin, Texas (Zilker Park)

$100 (1-Day); $255 (3-Day); $1,100 (VIP)

Austin City Limits Music Festival proudly celebrates its 15th Anniversary by delivering one of the most highly anticipated lineups to date. Radiohead and Mumford & Sons will make their first-ever appearance alongside featured headliners Kendrick Lamar, LCD Soundsystem, Major Lazer, and Kygo. The world-class festival will deliver more than 130 bands across eight stages for two consecutive weekends, September 30-October 2 and October 7-9, at Austin’s crown jewel, Zilker Park.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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