AUSTIN (KXAN) - The Austin City Limits Music Festival announced Monday the two-weekend format will return in 2014. This was the first year the festival took place over two weekends.
The group also announced they would once again sell one-day passes for the event. Next year's festival will take place Oct. 3-5 and 10-12.
General admission early bird tickets for $200 will go on sale Oct. 29, while supplies last. After those sell-out, 3-day passes will be available for the regular price of $225. VIP & Platinum Passes and travel packages will also be available during the presale.
The festival will also offer a limited number of $50 souvenir 3-day passes sometime this week.
A 'very limited' number of single day passes will be available in Spring 2014.
The second weekend of this year's festival was cut short by one day after heavy rains flooded Zilker Park, canceling events on Sunday.
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