Austin City Limits is giving fans the chance to relive the taped, live performances from the longrunning television show’s past three seasons as music fans around the world sit around at home waiting to pass the time while under quarantine.

According to an announcement shared via the performance-focused television show on Monday, episodes from the recent 45th season of Austin City Limits along with “The entire slate of programs from the previous two seasons,” will be made available to stream online for free beginning today (March 23rd).

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Artists who appeared Austin City Limits for its 45th season which started last fall and continued up until last month included Gary Clark Jr., The Revivalists, Patty Griffin, Maggie Rogers, Vampire Weekend, The Raconteurs, Billie Eilish, Tank and the Bangas, and Rosalia, to name a few.

Vampire Weekend – “Sunflower” Live On Austin City Limits

[Video: Vampire Weekend]

Additionally, producers of the series have also curated a full television schedule of archival programming from some of their “highly-requested” episodes, which will air weekly on PBS stations beginning on March 28th and will continue through the end of June. Artists to be featured in the ACL Encore schedule include past performances from LCD Soundsystem, Janelle Monáe, Chris Stapleton, Arctic Monkeys, Herbie Hancock, John Prine, Khalid, Kacey Musgraves, Mac DeMarco, and more.

Scroll down for the ACL Encore broadcast schedule, and click here to stream full episodes from the past three seasons (43-45).

ACL Encore Broadcast Schedule

March 28 – LCD Soundsystem
April 4 – Patty Griffin / The Revivalists
April 11 – Janelle Monae
April 18 – John Prine
April 25 – Kacey Musgraves / Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real
May 2 – Gary Clark Jr.
May 9 – Herbie Hancock
May 16 – Maggie Rogers
May 23 – Khalid / Mac DeMarco
May 30 – Steve Earle & The Dukes: A Tribute to Guy Clark
June 6 – H.E.R.
June 13 – Vampire Weekend
June 20 – Chris Stapleton / Turnpike Troubadours
June 27 – Arctic Monkeys / Wild Child

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