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Published: 2013/05/07

ACL Festival: Depeche Mode, The Cure, Muse, Kings of Leon, Atoms for Peace, Lionel Richie, Phoenix and More

Depeche Mode, The Cure, Muse, Kings of Leon, Atoms for Peace, Lionel Richie, Phoenix, Wilco, Vampire Weekend, The National, Eric Church, Passion Pit, Arctic Monkeys and more will be at this year’s Austin City Limits Music Festival. The event will once again take place at Zilker Park in Austin, TX, though for the first time it the festival will take place twice—much like Coachella. The first weekend will be October 4-6, while the second weekend will be October 11-13. Other acts at this year’s ACL include Queens of the Stone Age, fun., Kendrick Lamar, Franz Ferdinand, D’Angelo, Kaskade, Tame Impala and Local Natives, among others.

Three-day GA, VIP and Platinum passes will go on sale at 10am CT today, May 7, with GA tickets starting at $225. Travel packages will also be available.

Austin City Limits 2013 Lineup

1. Depeche Mode 2. The Cure 3. MUSE 4. Kings of Leon 5. Atoms For Peace 6. Lionel Richie 7. Phoenix 8. Wilco 1. Vampire Weekend 2. The National 3. Eric Church 4. Passion Pit 5. Arctic Monkeys 6. Queens Of The Stone Age 7. fun. 8. Kendrick Lamar 9. Franz Ferdinand 10. D’Angelo 11. Kaskade 12. Tame Impala 13. Local Natives 14. The Shouting Matches 15. Toro Y Moi 16. Grimes 17. Portugal. The Man 18. Silversun Pickups 19. The Joy Formidable 20. Neko Case 21. Divine Fits 22. Grouplove 23. Jimmy Eat World 24. The Black Angels 25. The Bright Light Social Hour 26. The Mavericks 27. Okkervil River 28. Shuggie Otis 29. Purity Ring 30. Dawes 31. HAIM 32. Smith Westerns 33. Junip 34. WALK THE MOON 35. Vintage Trouble 36. Noah and the Whale 37. Paper Diamond 38. Lissie 39. Pinback 40. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion 41. Wild Belle 42. Phosphorescent 43. Court Yard Hounds 44. Thao & the Get Down Stay Down 45. Foxygen 46. Little Green Cars 47. Savages 48. Autre Ne Veut 49. Parquet Courts 50. FIDLAR 51. White Denim 52. True Believers 53. The Blind Boys of Alabama 54. Delta Rae 55. Jake Bugg 56. The Lone Bellow 57. Electric Guest 58. Dan Croll 59. Deap Vally 60. Wild Nothing 61. Typhoon 62. Hundred Waters 63. Twin Forks 64. Red Baraat 65. Electric Six 66. Shovels & Rope 67. ReignWolf 68. Mona 69. MS MR 70. Widowspeak 71. Asleep at the Wheel 72. Bear Mountain 73. Greensky Bluegrass 74. JD Mcpherson 75. Pacha Massive 76. Valerie June 77. Wild Feathers 78. Roadkill Ghost Choir 79. JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound 80. Desert Noises 81. The Band of Heathens 82. Holly Williams 83. Alanna Royale 84. Cherub 85. The Dynamites feat. Charles Walker 86. Shinyribs 87. Jacuzzi Boys 88. Wick-it The Instigator 89. Shakey Graves 90. Houndmouth 91. Wild Cub 92. Peterson Brothers Band 93. Luella and the Sun 94. X Ambassadors 95. Sons Of Fathers 96. Courrier 97. My Jerusalem 98. Not In The Face 99. Dana Falconberry 100. Bobby Jealousy 101. Whiskey Shivers 102. The Preservation 103. Max Frost 104. Latasha Lee & The BlackTies 105. CALEB 106. Shannon LaBrie 107. Andrew Duhon 108. Kristin Diable & The City 109. Colin Lake 110. Brooke Waggoner 111. Tyree Morris & Hearts of Worship 112. Endurance 113. The Stapletones 114. Heavenly Voices Choir 115. The McCrary Sisters 116. Disciples of Christ 117. The Hensley Ensemble 118. The Durdens 119. The Warrior Gospel Band 120. Barton Hills Choir 121. The Verve Pipe 122. School of Rock 123. Tim and the Space Cadets 124. Peter DiStefano & Tor 125. Grace London 126. Playdate 127. The Ohmies 128. The Q Brothers 129. Andy Z 130. Caspar Babypants

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meh May 7, 2013, 12:44:51

Grimes and John Spencer are the only artists on the whole list that means something. And they wouldn’t want more then 15 bucks a ticket. Big names for big bucks is what they should call this fest. Atoms for Peace I can get down with tho

aless May 7, 2013, 18:25:13

Tiene buena pinta jeje

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