Austin City Limits Music Festival


Austin City Limits Music Festival

The Austin City Limits Music Festival is an annual three-day music and art festival in Austin, Texas's Zilker Park. The Festival brings together more than 130 bands on eight stages, including rock, country, folk, indie, Americana, hip-hop, reggae, and bluegrass, and attracts a crowd of about 65,000 visitors each day. The festival is produced by C3 Presents, who also co-produce the Lollapalooza and Big State festivals.

In a very short time the Austin City Limits Music Festival joined Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, and Coachella as the United States’ premier rock festivals.fact|date=February 2008

Relationship to television series

The historic "Austin City Limits" television series focused for many years on Texas singer/songwriters, country and folk performers, and instrument specialists. That is changing as the award-winning television series now resembles the Festival lineup and spotlights artists of every musical genre from rhythm and blues to rock, jazz, and alternative. Performers who have appeared on both the PBS show and the Festival in recent years have included:
* R.E.M.
* Willie Nelson
* Sheryl Crow
* Coldplay
* Dixie Chicks
* Modest Mouse
* The Flaming Lips
* Jack Johnson
* Wilco
* Van Morrison
* Trey Anastasio
* Franz Ferdinand
* John Prine
* Keith Urban
* Ben Harper
* Elvis Costello
* Nickel Creek
* Cat Power

* Tori Amos
* The Arcade Fire
* Norah Jones
* The Shins
* Corrine Bailey Rae
* The Pixies
* Bright Eyes with My Morning Jacket
* Ozomatli
* Grupo Fantasma
* Café Tacvba and many more.

Festival policies

Concert goers that have three day pass wristbands can leave and re-enter at any time. Those that have one day passes cannot re-enter. Allowed items include: Two 32oz sealed water bottles, umbrellas, folding chairs (there is a restriction on how close you can move the chairs to the stage). There isn't any car parking near the festival. Most concert goers park downtown and then take a free shuttle that is located at Republic square. Bike parking is available but you must provide your own locks. Outside food isn't allowed inside the concert. They do have vendors inside that provide food and alcohol.

Weather

Although the average high in Austin for the last two weeks of September is 88 degrees Fahrenheit, recently the event has endured above average temperatures and humidity. The highs for 2004 during the festival were 96, 96, and 93. In 2005 the highs were 98, 99, and 108. Temperatures reached 98, 99, and 90 in 2006. ACL has worked with the City of Austin to install a massive irrigation system to eliminate dust concerns during the Festival. In 2006 they also targeted dust patches by putting mulch on them, ending almost all of the dust problems. Tents and other stations have been set up and equipped with fan misters. Organizers do not want to move the festival into October due to conflicts with hotel room availability on UT football weekends, increased chance of rain, and the reduced chance of booking bands on summer tour.

Location advantages

Austin City Limits is a very popular event in Texas for rock, indie, blues, world/ethnic contemporary and traditional, reggae, eclectic, fusion, electronic, soul, folk/Americana and almost all other music fans. Major metropolitan areas Dallas, San Antonio and Houston are each within a 3 hour drive of Austin and have no similar events. The location of Zilker Park in the middle of the city also features nearby Nature City and its gardens, the botanical gardens and Barton Springs pool, beach volley ball courts and a rock formation in Zilker park.The fest is also near downtown Austin, where many artists perform after-shows after they play at the festival. [Austin American Statesman]

2008

2008 Dates:September 26 – 28, 2008. The dust was brutal again this year.

Official Lineup

* Foo Fighters
* Robert Plant & Alison Krauss
* Beck
* Manu Chao
* John Fogerty
* David Byrne
* The Raconteurs
* The Mars Volta
* Gnarls Barkley
* Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band
* N.E.R.D.
* Erykah Badu
* Robert Earl Keen
* Patty Griffin
* Tegan & Sara
* Iron & Wine
* G. Love & Special Sauce
* Neko Case
* Band of Horses
* The Swell Season
* Silversun Pickups
* Gogol Bordello
* Gillian Welch
* Eli Young Band
* The Black Keys
* Against Me!
* Jakob Dylan and the Gold Mountain Rebels
* Okkervil River
* Galactic
* Kevin Fowler
* Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings
* Hot Chip
* Vampire Weekend
* Slightly Stoopid
* Alejandro Escovedo
* Blues Traveler
* Roky Erickson
* Yonder Mountain String Band
* Spiritualized
* Flyleaf
* Fleet Foxes
* Drive-by Truckers
* Old 97's
* Stars
* José González
* CSS
* Del the Funky Homosapien
* Man Man
* Jamie Lidell
* MGMT
* The Fratellis
* What Made Milwaukee Famous
* M. Ward
* Jenny Lewis
* Asleep at the Wheel
* Mason Jennings
* Heartless Bastards
* Antibalas
* The Nachito Herrera All-Stars
* Shooter Jennings
* Xavier Rudd
* Yeasayer
* Octopus Project
* Joe Bonamassa
* The Kills
* White Denim
* Louis XIV
* Delta Spirit
* Abigail Washburn and the Sparrow Quartet featuring Béla Fleck
* Rodney Crowell
* Mates of State
* Nicole Atkins & The Sea
* Electric Touch
* Black Joe Lewis & the Honey Bears
* Dan Dyer
* Back Door Slam
* Tristan Prettyman
* The Strange Boys
* Ryan Bingham
* The Black and White Years
* Scott Biram
* Les Frères Guissé
* Priscilla Ahn
* Freddy Jones
* Colour Revolt
* Five Times August
* Langhorne Slim
* Sybris
* Mugison
* Eli "Paper Boy" Reed and the True Loves
* Bavu Blakes & the Extra Plairs
* AA Bondy
* Christopher Denny
* Mike Farris
* The Lee Boys
* South Austin Jug Band
* American Bang
* Bobby Bare, Jr.
* Massacoustics
* Belleville Outfit
* We Go to 11
* The M's
* Band of Heathens
* City and Colour
* Sunny Sweeney
* Elizabeth Wills
* Bonnie Bishop
* Ben Sollee
* Ben Cylus
* The Concert Supremes
* River City Christionettes
* Shields of Faith
* The Jones Family Singers
* Nakia and his Southern Cousins
* Brotherly Luv
* The Hensley Ensemble
* School of Rock
* Jambo
* Q Brothers
* Buck Howdy with BB
* Uncle Rock
* Big Don
* Mr. Ray
* The Jimmies

2007

The 2007 Austin City Limits Music Festival occurred September 14 15, 16 in Zilker Park. Several acts, including Amy Winehouse The White Stripes and Rodrigo y Gabriela cancelled their appearances at the festival due to health reasons, the latter two on very short notice. The scheduled performance by Saturday headliner, The White Stripes was replaced by moving already scheduled Muse into the headlining slot.

Other notable moments include Friday when a propane tank was ignited and a fire broke out in the service area, burning down two trailers and several port-o-potties. Four people who were working at the festival were injured, two of them seriously. A second fire broke out on the speaker stack at the AT&T stage during Björk's set, but it was quickly extinguished and no injuries were reported. [ [http://www.austin360.com/blogs/content/shared-gen/blogs/austin/music/entries/2007/09/16/acl_bob_dylan.html austin360.com ] ]

The following artists performed at the festival:

* Bob Dylan
* Björk
* The Killers,
* Wilco
* Arcade Fire
* Muse
* My Morning Jacket
* Queens of the Stone Age
* Bloc Party
* Arctic Monkeys
* Gotan Project
* Joss Stone
* Damien Rice
* Robert Earl Keen
* Lucinda Williams
* Spoon
* Blue October
* Indigo Girls
* The Decemberists
* Paolo Nutini
* Regina Spektor
* Crowded House
* Common
* Steve Earle
* Ziggy Marley
* Stephen Marley
* Kaiser Chiefs
* LCD Soundsystem
* Devotchka
* Augustana
* Amos Lee
* M.I.A.
* Ben Kweller
* Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
* Andrew Bird
* Bela Fleck & The Flecktones
* Pete Yorn
* Ghostland Observatory
* Cross Canadian Ragweed
* Reverend Horton Heat
* Butch Walker
* Peter Bjorn and John
* Sound Tribe Sector 9
* Cold War Kids
* Yo La Tengo
* Joseph Arthur & The Lonely Astronauts,
* Zap Mama
* Blonde Redhead
* Eli Young Band
* Aterciopelados
* Heartless Bastards
* Raul Malo
* James Hunter
* Mighty Clouds of Joy
* Del McCoury Band
* Preservation Hall Jazz Band
* Andy Palacio & the Garifima Collective,
* Asleep at the Wheel
* Ryan Shaw
* Will Hoge
* The National
* Beausoleil
* Midlake
* Grace Potter and the Nocturnals
* Railroad Earth
* Dax Riggs
* Sound Team
* The Legendary Soul Stirrers
* Charlie Musselwhite
* JJ Grey & Mofro
* Young Love
* The Dynamites featuring Charles Walker
* Ian Ball
* The Little Ones
* Manchester Orchestra
* Patterson Hood
* Billy Joe Shaver
* Fionn Regan
* Big Sam's Funky Nation
* John Ralston
* The Broken West
* Rose Hill Drive
* Brandon Rhyder
* Ocote Soul Sounds
* Sara Hickman
* Jon Dee Graham
* Kevin Devine
* Ike Reilly Assassination
* Greyhounds
* Guy Forsyth
* Adam Hood
* Cary Ann Hearst & The Gun Street Girls
* The Jones Family Singers
* The Gospel Silvertones
* The Shields of Faith
* Sylvia St. James
* Jeffrey Steele
* Amy Cook
* Trent Summar & The New Row Mob
* Back Door Slam
* Mario Matteoli
* Kara Grainger
* One Mississippi
* Kevin McKinney
* Jennifer Nicely
* Sahara Smith
* The Wonderful Harmonizers]
* Loretta Williams
* Gurnell
* Amy LaVere
* The Paul Green School of Rock All-Stars
* The Steps
* We Go To 11
* The Sippy Cups
* Daddy A Go Go
* Farmer Jason
* Q Brothers
* Jambo
* The Bummkinn Band
* Cecil Jorgensen
* The Jellydots

2006

Lineup

* Tom Petty
* Van Morrison
* Willie Nelson
* Massive Attack
* John Mayer
* String Cheese Incident
* Ben Harper
* The Flaming Lips
* The Raconteurs
* Ghostland Observatory
* Los Lonely Boys
* The Shins
* Ween
* Thievery Corporation
* Los Lobos
* Ben Kweller
* G Love and Special Sauce
* Matisyahu
* Gnarls Barkley
* Muse
* Cat Power and the Memphis Rhythm Band
* Ray Lamontagne.
* Nickel Creek
* Damian Jr Gong Marley
* The Tragically Hip
* Kings of Leon
* Iron & Wine
* Kasey Chambers
* Aimee Mann
* Galactic
* The New Orleans Social Club
* Calexico
* The New Pornographers
* Son Volt
* Guster
* Explosions in the Sky
* Deadboy and the Elephantmen
* Secret Machines
* Jack Ingram
* Brazilian Girls
* Gomez
* Stars
* Wolf Parade
* Sparklehorse
* Paolo Nutini
* Nada Surf
* The Blue Van
* Los Amigos Invisibles
* Feist
* Phoenix
* KT Tunstall
* Donavon Frankenreiter
* Oliver Mtukudzi & Black Spirits
* Asleep at the Wheel
* Buckwheat Zydeco
* Husky Rescue
* Jimmie Dale Gilmore
* The Subdudes
* BoDeans
* The Greencards
* Guy Clark
* Kathleen Edwards
* The Long Winters
* The Stills
* Charlie Sexton
* Alexi Murdoch
* Pierre Guimard
* Matt Costa
* Matt Nathanson
* Okkervil River
* Ted Leo and the Pharmacists
* Sparta (later canceled)
* Benevento-Russo Duo
* Randy Rogers Band
* Federico Aubele
* What Made Milwaukee Famous
* Jose Gonzalez
* Ian McLagan and The Bump Band
* New Monsoon
* Del Castillo
* Fields
* Lou Ann Barton
* Beto and the Fairlanes
* I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness
* Brett Dennen
* TV on the Radio
* Centro-matic
* Marah
* Sam Roberts
* Rocky Votolato
* Murder by Death
* The Black Angels
* Anathallo
* The Rocket Summer
* Sara Hickman
* Sylvia St. James and The Gospel Stars
* Terri Hendrix
* Trish Murphy
* Patrice Pike
* The Durdens
* The Jones Family Singers
* Sterling Lands and The Warrior Gospel Band
* Joe McDermott and the Smart Little Creatures
* The Biscuit Brothers
* Imagination Movers
* Elvis Perkins
* The New Soul Invaders
* South Austin Jug Band
* Greyhounds
* Star Kids Yoga
* Joy Davis
* Daniella Cotton
* Troy Campbell Band
* The Palm Elementary School Choir
* Asheba
* White Ghost Shivers
* The Gospel Silvertones
* The Anointed Voicez
* Ghandaia
* Melissa Reaves
* Claire Small
* Eli Young Band
* Rodney Hayden
* Robyn Ludwick
* Peter Dawson Band
* Andrew Bird
* Mason Jennings

Highlights

*Ben Kweller suffered a nosebleed during his set. He attempted to stem the flow by inserting a tampon, thrown to him by an audience member, into his nostril. The tampon expanded painfully and then he removed it. Kweller performed two more songs until he had to leave the stage. [ [http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/11717282/the_10_best_shows_at_austin_city_limits_2006/2 Rolling Stone, "The 10 Best Shows at Austin City Limits"] ] The next day when The Flaming Lips performed, lead singer Wayne Coyne asked the audience to throw tampons at him to help mop up his signature fake blood. It continued to rain tampons on the band for well over two songs.












2005

The 2005 Austin City Limits Festival won Pollstar's Festival of the Year Award. This was also the infamous "Dust Bowl" year where dust kicked up by the festival crowd made it difficult for audiences to breathe. The following year, sprinklers were installed in Zilker Park to remedy this problem.

Lineup

* Coldplay
* Widespread Panic
* Oasis
* The Black Crowes
* The Allman Brothers Band
* Wilco
* Roky Erickson and The Explosives
* Robert Randolph & the Family Band
* Lyle Lovett & His Large Band
* John Prine
* Lucinda Williams
* Franz Ferdinand
* Buddy Guy
* Jet
* Dierks Bentley
* Thievery Corporation
* Arcade Fire
* Death Cab for Cutie
* Bob Mould Band
* Built to Spill
* Bloc Party
* Steve Earle & The Dukes with guest Allison Moorer
* Blues Traveler
* Gov't Mule
* Drive-By Truckers
* Kasabian
* Zap Mama
* Robert Earl Keen
* Keane
* Tortoise
* Doves
* The Black Keys
* Kaiser Chiefs
* Leo Kottke & Mike Gordon
* The Walkmen
* Jason Mraz
* Rilo Kiley
* Spoon
* The Decemberists
* The Bravery
* Eisley
* Blue October
* Grupo Fantasma
* Kermit Ruffins,
* The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
* Rev. Dan Willis & The All Nations Choir
* Morgan Heritage
* Ricardo Lemvo & Makina Loca
* Ruthie Foster
* deSol
* The Frames
* Mates of State
* Martin Sexton
* The Fiery Furnaces
* Aterciopelados (later canceled)
* Asleep at the Wheel
* M83
* Tegan and Sara
* Mike Doughty's Band
* Split Lip Rayfield
* Rachael Yamagata
* Bobby Bare, Jr.
* MOFRO
* The New Amsterdams
* Ambulance LTD
* Slightly Stoopid
* dios Malos
* Brave Combo
* Aqualung
* Dave Alvin & the Guilty Men
* John Butler Trio
* Bruce Robison
* What Made Milwaukee Famous
* Kevin Fowler
* Jack Ingram
* Cory Morrow
* Grady
* The Weary Boys
* Wayne "The Train" Hancock
* Monte Warden
* Zykos
* Soundteam
* Asylum Street Spankers
* Pong
* Oliver Future
* The Real Heroes
* Bukka Allen
* Hairy Apes BMX
* Nic Armstrong & The Thieves
* The Lost Trailers
* The Gospel Stars
* Donna the Buffalo
* The Shields of Faith
* Star Kids Yoga
* The Jones Family Singers
* St. James Inc.
* South Austin Jug Band
* The Lighthouse Singers
* Kacy Crowley
* Casey McPherson
* Tristan Prettyman
* The Massacoustics
* Joe McDermott
* Sara Hickman
* Anthropos
* The Palm Elementary School Choir
* Lucas Miller
* Imagination Movers
* Free Sõl
* Jeff Black
* KJAE
* Austin Hartley-Leonard
* Maneja Beto
* Austin Collins Band
* The Biscuit Brothers
* Patrick Davis
* Kelley Hunt
* The Experiment Experience
* The Blue Van.

Last minute replacement acts included:

* Deadboy and the Elephantmen
* The Texiles featuring members of The Iguanas
* The Double
* Tracy Bonham and more

Several acts were scheduled to appear, but cancelled due to transportation issues arising from Hurricane Rita, they included:
* Bettye LaVette
* Nine Black Alps
* Kathleen Edwards
* Mindy Smith
* Ditty Bops
* Tegan and Sara
* Missy Higgins
* Kate York
* Los Aterciopelados
* Naturally 7 and numerous others.

2004

The 2004 festival had eight stages, and, on the second day of the festival, a top attendance of 75,000 people.

Lineup

* Ryan Adams
* American Analog Set
* Terry Allen
* Trey Anastasio
* Anthropos Arts Student Band
* Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra
* Asleep at the Wheel
* Marcia Ball
* Bobby Bare, Jr.
* The Bells of Joy
* Ben Harper
* Big Head Todd and the Monsters
* The Biscuit Brothers
* The Blind Boys of Alabama
* Broken Social Scene
* Doyle Bramhall
* Marc Broussard
* Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown
* Solomon Burke
* Henry Butler
* John Butler Trio
* Cake
* Calexico
* Rosanne Cash
* Cat Power
* Troy Campbell
* Neko Case
* Centro-matic
* Cooper's Uncle
* Elvis Costello and The Imposters
* Sheryl Crow
* Kacy Crowley
* Dashboard Confessional
* Howie Day
* Deadman
* The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
* Drive-By Truckers
* The Durdens
* Electric Church
* Joe Ely
* Endochine
* Franz Ferdinand
* Guy Forsyth
* Donavon Frankenreiter
* David Garza
* The Gospelaires
* The Gourds
* The Greencards
* G. Love & Special Sauce
* Gomez
* Pat Green
* Patty Griffin
* Butch Hancock
* Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals
* Earl Harvin Trio
* Terri Hendrix
* The Holmes Brothers
* The Honorary Title
* Jack Ingram
* Mason Jennings
* Jack Johnson
* The Killers
* Dayna Kurtz
* Ben Kweller
* Los Lonely Boys
* Ray Lamontagne
* Tucker Livingston
* Louque
* Shelby Lynne
* Joe McDermott
* Medeski Martin & Wood
* Lucas Miller
* The Mighty Sincere Voices of Navasota
* Monte Montgomery
* Abra Moore
* Modest Mouse
* MOFRO
* Trish Murphy
* My Morning Jacket
* The Neville Brothers
* New Monsoon
* North Mississippi Allstars
* Old 97's
* Ollabelle
* Palm Elementary Choir
* Papa Mali
* Particle
* Patrice Pike
* The Pierces
* The Pixies
* Davis Raines
* Rebirth Brass Band
* Reckless Kelly
* Bruce Robison
* The Roots
* Rose Hill Drive
* Josh Rouse
* Bob Schneider
* The Shields of Faith
* The Slip
* The Soundtrack of Our Lives
* Slightly Stoopid
* Sloan
* Mindy Smith
* Spoon
* Samantha Stollenwerck
* Star Kid's Yoga
* The Legendary Soul Stirrers
* Tea Leaf Green
* Toots & The Maytals
* Trout Fishing in America
* J.T. Van Zandt
* Rachael Yamagata
* Warrior
* The Wailers
* Walter "Wolfman" Washington & the Roadmasters
* Dale Watson
* Jason White
* Holly Williams
* Kelly Willis
* Wilco
* Willy Mason

2003

Lineup

* Asleep at the Wheel
* The Bells of Joy
* Jane Bond
* Ellida Bonet
* Doyle Bramhall
* Bright Eyes
* Richard Buckner
* Burke Sisters
* Café Tacvba
* Shawn Camp
* Caitlin Cary
* Rosanne Cash
* The Charlie Hunter Trio
* Cody ChesnuTT
* W. C. Clark
* Gary Clark, Jr.
* Shawn Colvin
* Corn Mo
* Cowgirl Sue
* Cross Canadian Ragweed
* The Damnations
* The Dandy Warhols
* Del Castillo
* Karl Denson's Tiny Universe
* The Derailers
* The Donavon Frankenreiter Band
* Drive-By Truckers
* The Durdens
* Steve Earle & the Dukes
* Tim Easton
* John Eddie
* Marcus Eddie
* Electric Church
* Endochine
* The Faithful Gospel Singers
* Jay Farrar
* Joe Firstman
* Ruthie Foster
* Michael Franti & Spearhead
* G. Love & Special Sauce
* Galactic
* Davíd Garza
* The Gospel Stars
* The Gospelaires
* The Gourds
* Al Green
* Pat Green
* Patty Griffin
* Wayne Hancock
* Ed Harcourt
* Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals
* Terri Hendrix
* Sara Hickman
* Jack Ingram
* The Jellydots
* Mason Jennings
* Jack Johnson
* Robert Earl Keen
* Justin King
* Kaki King*
* Kings of Leon
* Jeff Klein
* Ben Kweller
* Jimmy Lafave
* Miranda Lambert
* Leftover Salmon
* Los Lobos
* Los Lonely Boys
* The Mavericks
* Joe McDermott
* Kevin McKinney
* Tift Merritt
* Midlake
* The Mighty Sincere Voices of Navasota
* Abra Moore
* Ian Moore
* Alexi Murdoch
* Beaver Nelson
* Nickel Creek
* North Mississippi Allstars
* O.A.R.
* Old 97's
* Beth Orton
* Particle
* Liz Phair
* The Pierces
* Patrice Pike
* The Polyphonic Spree
* Robert Randolph & the Family Band
* Rebirth Brass Band
* Reckless Kelly
* Pauline Reese
* R.E.M.
* Josh Ritter
* Bruce Robison
* Craig Ross
* Kermit Ruffins
* Bob Schneider
* Martin Sexton
* Billy Joe Shaver
* The Shields of Faith
* The Shins
* Small Wonders Puppet Theatre
* Mindy Smith
* South Austin Jug Band
* Soulive
* Spacetruck
* Spoon
* Mavis Staples
* String Cheese Incident
* Paul Thorn
* Topaz
* J.T. Van Zandt
* Julieta Venegas
* Monte Warden
* Warrior
* Ween
* Keller Williams
* Lucinda Williams
* Steve Winwood
* Yo La Tengo
* Dwight Yoakam
* Sue Young
* Yonder Mountain String Band
* Natalie Zoe

2002

2002 was the inaugural year of the festival. Unlike subsequent years, it was a 2-day event only.

Lineup

* Ryan Adams
* Asleep at the Wheel
* Joe Bonamassa
* Jane Bond
* Blind Boys of Alabama
* Caitlin Cary
* Gary Clark, Jr., W. C. Clark
* Shawn Colvin
* Cross Canadian Ragweed
* Karl Denson
* The Derailers
* Durden Family Singers
* Eyes Adrift
* Faithful Gospel Stars
* Ruthie Foster
* David Garza
* Gospel Stars
* The Gourds
* Jon Dee Graham
* Pat Green
* Patty Griffin
* Grupo Fantasma
* Emmylou Harris
* Caroline Herring
* Karl Denson's Tiny Universe
* Kevin McKinney
* Li'l Cap'n Travis
* Los Lobos
* Luna
* James McMurtry
* Mighty Sincere Voices of Navasota
* Ramsey Midwood
* Monte Montgomery
* Abra Moore
* Allison Moorer
* The New Deal
* Nickel Creek
* Olospo
* Original Bells of Joy
* Particle, Patrice Pike & The Black Box
* Pauline Reese
* Robert Randolph
* Rebellion
* Rebirth Brass Band
* Reckless Kelly
* Rana
* Bob Schneider
* Soulive
* Sound Tribe Sector 9
* South Austin Jug Band
* Spacetruck
* String Cheese Incident
* Topaz
* Weary Boys
* Gillian Welch
* Kelly Willis
* Wilco
* G. Love & Special Sauce
* Arc Angels
* The Jayhawks

References

*cite web|url=http://www.aclfestival.com/lineup_2005.aspx|title=2005 Lineup|publisher=Austin City Limits|accessdate=2006-04-17

External links

* [http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/11717282/the_10_best_shows_at_austin_city_limits_2006 Rolling Stone Magazine Review] 10 Best Shows of ACL 2006
* [http://www.aclfestival.com/ Austin City Limits Festival]
* [http://www.stevehopson.com/ACL2005.htm Steve Hopson ACL Photography]
* [http://www.quirkee.com/content/blogcategory/82/137/ ACL Fest 2006 Coverage on Quirkee.com]
* [http://www.quirkee.com/content/blogcategory/121/420/ ACL Fest 2007 Coverage on Quirkee.com]
* [http://blogs.houstonpress.com/rocks/acl_fest/ ACL Fest 2007 Coverage on HoustonPress.com]
* [http://www.rustneversleeps.us/ACL2007/acllist.html Link collection for the 2007 lineup]
* [http://www.rustneversleeps.us/ACL2008/acl2008.html Link collection for the 2008 lineup]


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