Austin City Limits (ACL) Festival will take over Austin’s Zilker Metropolitan Park for two weekends with a 2024 lineup topped by Chris StapletonSturgill SimpsonPretty LightsKhruangbin, and more. The festival will head to The Live Music Capital of the World from October 4th–6th and 11th–13th.

ACL’s 2024 lineup also includes perennial summer festival headliners Dua Lipa, Tyler, The Creator, and Blink-182 along with Texas native Leon Bridges. The festival has made a pointed effort to present Lone Star State artists this year, with over 30 Texas acts including Khruangbin, Leon Bridges, Norah JonesKevin AbstractThat Mexican OTMickey Guyton (W2), Penny & Sparrow (W1), Asleep At The Wheel (W1), and many more. Other notable acts appearing at Austin City Limits 2024 include Reneé Rapp, Foster The People, CAAMP, Jungle, Porter Robinson (W1), Orville Peck, Vince Staples, Hermanos Gutiérrez, Flipturn, David Shaw (The Revivalists), Eggy, Say She She, Geese, Grand Funk Railroad, Glass Beams, and many others.

Hulu will once again return as the official streaming partner of ACL Festival. Subscribers can tune in weekend one, October 4th–6th, for select live performances, interviews, and more. The streaming platform will reveal a performance schedule later this summer.

Tickets for Austin City Limits 2024 including 3-Day GA, VIP, and Platinum tickets plus hotel packages will go on sale today, May 7th, at 12 p.m. CT via the festival website. Layaway plans are available starting at $25. Single-day tickets will be available at a later date. Kids 8 and under are admitted free with a ticketed adult. See the full festival lineup below.

The ACL lineup marks the second announced solo show by Sturgill Simpson since 2021. The country singer-songwriter shocked fans last month by announcing a headlining set at Outside Lands in San Francisco, marking his first show of his own after canceling his tour midway due to vocal cord issues three years ago. In the past year, however, he has sat in with Margo Price and members of the Grateful Dead and Goose.

Tuesday’s lineup announcement also marks an addition to Pretty Lights’ so-far sparse touring calendar. Currently, the enigmatic and highly influential electro-soul DJ/producer who returned in 2023 from a five-year hiatus has only announced festival appearances at Bonnaroo and Electric Forest along with a two-night headlining run at Hampton Coliseum in Virginia, set for later this month.


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