Radiohead, Mumford & Sons and Kendrick Lamar to headline Austin City Limits Music Festival.
Radiohead, Mumford & Sons and Kendrick Lamar to headline Austin City Limits Music Festival.
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Tickets are now on sale for Austin City Limits’ annual music festival taking place in late September. The Austin City Limits Music Festival will be celebrating its 15th Anniversary by presenting one of the most dynamic lineups in history. Bands scheduled to headline include Radiohead, Mumford & Sons, Kendrick Lamar, LCD Soundsystem, Major Lazer, and Kygo. In addition to the more than 130 bands, the multi-day festival will also have gourmet food, a shopping pavilion and a children’s area. The festival will take place over two weekends, Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 2016 and Oct. 7-9 at Austin’s Zilker Park.

The performances will be spread out over eight stages, with many of the bands making appearances on both weekends. The diverse festival lineup also includes performances by The Chainsmokers, M83, LL Cool J, HAIM, Bob Moses and The Strumbellas, Kacey Musgraves and the legendary Willie Nelson. The entire lineup and performance schedule is available at the festival website.

In between acts, attendees can enjoy festival activities, view special anniversary art installations and mark the event with festival photo ops. A large selection of food and beverage specialties will be available throughout the venue including vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options. Families can escape to “Austin Kiddie Limits,” an exclusive shaded area with amenities and activities for the little ones.

General admission tickets start at $255 per weekend with children under 10 admitted for free. VIP weekend tickets start at $1,100 and include exclusives like VIP seating and parking, mini spa treatments, catered meals and air-conditioned restrooms. Single day tickets for both VIP and general admission are scheduled to be released closer to the event date. To buy tickets and sign up for updates about the Austin City Limits Music Festival, go to