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Eminem, Pearl Jam, Outkast to Headline Austin City Limits 2014

posted by Laura Baker-Finch on April 22, 2014

Austin, Texas -- Eminem, Pearl Jam, and Outkast top the recently announced Austin City Limits lineup. Tickets to the fall music festival are on sale today. 

The festival, which will take place October 3-5 and 10-12 in ATX’s Zilker Park, will also feature Skrillex, Beck, Calvin Harris, Lana Del Ray, Lorde (Weekend 2 Only), Foster the People, The Replacements, Zedd, Major Lazer, The Avett Brothers, Spoon, The Head and the Heart, Bell & Sebastian, Interpol, Chromeo, Broken Bells, Childish Gambino, CHVRCHES, Jimmy Cliff, St. Vincent, Phantogram, Juanes, The Glitch Mob, and many more. Scroll down to peep the full lineup. 

While there are no major surprises on the Austin City Limits lineup in terms of music festival season appearances (what can you expect from an October festival?), ACL has managed to put together quite an eclectic lineup. Hip hop, classic rock, rap, EDM, pop, and indie sub-genre fans alike should be pleased with the two weekend spread. 

Tickets to Austin City Limits will be released today at 10am CST via the festival's website. Before purchasing your tickets, take note of which artists will only appear for one weekend - we've broken it down below. 

Full Lineup: Eminem, Pearl Jam, Outkast, Skrillex, Beck, Calvin Harris, Lana Del Ray, Lorde (Weekend 2 Only), Foster the People, The Replacements, Zedd, Major Lazer, The Avett Brothers, Spoon, The Head and the Heart, Bell & Sebastian, Interpol, Chromeo, Broken Bells, Childish Gambino, CHVRCHES, Jimmy Cliff, St. Vincent, Phantogram, Juanes, The Glitch Mob, Fitz & The Tantrums, The Gaslight Anthem, AFI, Iggy Azalea, Rebultion, Icona Pop, Turnpike Troubadours, Capital Cities, Palo Nutini, Jenny Lewis, Beats Antique, Sam Smith, Kongos, Real Estate, Tune-Yards, Kodaline, Jagwar Ma, Blackberry Smoke, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Mac DeMarco, Gramatik, Lettuce, Lake Street Dive, Polica, Lucius, Temples, Ozomatli, Bleachers, Ana Tijoux, Hozier, MØ, J. Roddy Walston & The Business, Robert Ellis, Zoé, Sants of Valory (Weekend 2 Only), Jon Batiste and Stay Human, Parker Millsap (Weekend 2 Only), The Preatures, Falls, Reuben and the Dark, Tor Miller, Bernhoft, Nikki Lane, Bad Rabbits, My Brightest Diamond, Cults, The Rosebuds, Night Terrors of 1927, The Chain Gang of 1974, Young & Sick, Spanish Gold, Empires, The Districts, Benjamin Booker, Blank Range, Asleep at the Wheel (Weekend 1 Only), Ray Benson & Milkdrive (Weekend 2 Only), Moats (Weekend 1 Only), Melanie Martinez (Weekend 2 Only), The Last Internationale (Weekend 1 Only), Johnnyswim (Weekend 1 Only), Future Unlimited (Weekend 2 Only) Jon Pardi (Weekend 1 Only), Beat Connection (Weekend 2 Only), Los Colognes (Weekend 1 Only), A Thousand Horses (Weekend 1 Only), Snowmine (Weekend 1 Only), The Lonely Biscuits (Weekend 2 Only), Bully (Weekend 2 Only), The Wans (Weekend 2 Only), Colony House (Weekend 2 Only), The Hunts (Weekend 2 Only), Catfish and the Bottlemen (Weekend 2 Only), Von Grey (Weekend 1 Only), Marc Scibila (Weekend 1 Only), Modoc (Weekend 1 Only), Black Pistol Fire (Weekend 2 Only), Blue Bear (Weekend 1 Only), Wood & Wire (Weekend 2 Only), Emily Wolfe (Weekend 2 Only), The Nightowls (Weekend 2 Only), Dawn and Hawkes (Weekend 1 Only), Mike and The Moonpies (Weekend 1 Only), Sphynx (Weekend 1 Only), Penny & Sparrow (Weekend 2 Only), Riders Against the Storm (Weekend 2 Only), Hard Proof (Weekend 1 Only), Arum Rae (Weekend 1 Only), The Legendary Should Stirrers, The Jones Family Singers, Shields of Faith, The Levites, Ashley Cleveland (Weekend 2 Only), The Stapletones (Weekend 2 Only), The River City Christianettes, Gospel Silvertones (Weekend 1 Only), Wesley Bray and the Disciples of Joy, The Barton Hills Choire, Steve Songs, Ralph's World, Elixabeth McQueen, Sugar Free Allstars, School of Rock, The Q Brothers, Peter Distefano & Tor

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