AUSTIN (KXAN) - Three-day passes for the opening weekend of the Austin City Limits music festival are sold out. Passes for the second weekend are still on sale.
The event, which is taking place over two weekends for the first time, will have several of the same performers playing each weekend.
Depeche Mode, The Cure, MUSE, Kings of Leon, Atoms For Peace, Lionel Richie, Phoenix, Wilco, Vampire Weekend, The National, and Eric Church, are all slated to play both weekends.
In addition to three-day passes, VIP and Platinum passes as well as travel packages remain for the second weekend, Oct. 11-13. A limited number of VIP and Platinum passes, and travel packages remain for the first weekend, Oct. 4-6.
Also joining the Zilker Park party each weekend are Passion Pit, Queens Of The Stone Age, Arctic Monkeys, fun., Kendrick Lamar, Franz Ferdinand, D'Angelo, Kaskade, Tame Impala, Local Natives, and The Shouting Matches, the side-project from Justin Vernon of Bon Iver, as well as Toro Y Moi, Grimes, Portugal. The Man, Silversun Pickups, and The Joy Formidable.
While a majority of the acts will play both weekends, and handful of local and emerging artists will play only one weekend. The full lineup is available on the festival's website .
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