Many of music’s biggest stars will flock to Austin’s Zilker Park this weekend as the 2015 Austin City Limits Music Festival kicks off. The two-weekend affair will see everyone from Drake to Muddy Magnolias take the stage, just two of the150 artists expected to perform in the Lone Star State over the next 10 days. Expect to pay big ticket prices for this year’s event, however – with single-day tickets sold out across all six days, Austin City Limits tickets on TiqIQ are now averaging $282.93 across both weekends.
This weekend will be headlined by Foo Fighters, Drake and The Strokes and other notable artists include The Weeknd, Alabama Shakes, DeadMau5, Alt-J and Hozier. Friday Austin City Limits tickets now average $235.50 and the cheapest is listed for $140. Saturday tickets maintain a near identical average at $224.20 and a $179 get-in price. Sunday will be the most affordable day of weekend one, as tickets average $169.75 and get-in price is $151.
Weekend two will be considerably more expensive during each day, with each day averaging near or above $250 on the secondary market. Foo Fighters, Drake and Florence + The Machine will all headline. Friday will easily be the most expensive single day as tickets average $322.83 and get-in price is $109. The following night owns a secondary market average of $279.12 and a $195 get-in price. The final day of the 2015 ACL Music Festival on Sunday, October 11 averages a $245.67 ticket and $183 get-in price.
Among other performers hitting the stage over the next two weeks include Chance the Rapper, Of Monsters and Men, ASAP Rocky, Ben Howard, Twenty One Pilots, The Decemberists, Tame Impala, Brand New and Billy Idol.
2015 Austin City Limits Festival Lineup Revealed, Foo Fighters & Drake Among Headliners
The Austin City Limits Music Festival is back for its 14th annual installment in 2015. Dozens of the biggest names in music will grace the stage in Zilker Park over two weekends in October, including headliners Foo Fighters, Drake, The Strokes and Florence + The Machine.
Taking place between October 2-4 and 9-11, the 2015 ACL Fest will also feature performances from The Weeknd, Disclosure, Of Monsters and Men, alt-J, Hozier, Billy Idol, Tame Impala, The Decemberists, A$AP Rocky and Alabama Shakes. Brand New, Echosmith, Chance the Rapper, Ben Howard, Brandon Flowers and Nate Ruess are other notable musicians touching down in October.
3-day passes for both weekends are went on sale Tuesday, May 5 at 10am CT via the festival’s official webpage. All weekend passes are priced at $250 each. Exclusive one-day passes will be made available in the summer. Secondary market tickets are already available below.
Check out the complete lineup below and return here for all ACL Music Fest updates and announcements.