Austin City Limits Festival with blink-182, Leon Bridges, and more

Oct 4, 2024 at 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM  ·  Zilker Park, Austin, TX Zilker Park, Austin, TX

Austin City Limits Festival
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The Marías, a psychedelic-soul band formed by Puerto Rican-born María Zardoya and L.A. native Josh Conway, blend jazz, funk, and lounge. Known for hits like CINEMA, they boast two Grammy nods, a Billboard top-hit, and collaborations with Bad Bunny and Tainy.
Tanner Adell, born in Manhattan Beach and Wyoming, merges Country with pop vocals and hip-hop beats. Known for "Buckle Bunny," she redefines music, celebrating her biracial heritage.
Founded in 1970 by Ray Benson in Paw Paw, WV, Asleep at the Wheel revitalized Western swing, blending genres and earning multiple Grammys. Known for hits like "Choo Choo Ch'Boogie," the band collaborated with icons like Willie Nelson. Celebrated 50 years with "Half a Hundred Years."
Norah Jones, born in NYC, is a nine-time GRAMMY winner known for "Come Away With Me." She's sold over 52 million albums globally. Famous for solo works and collaborations with artists like Willie Nelson and Foo Fighters. Also part of The Little Willies and Puss N Boots.
Born from New York's vibrant music scene, Say She She fuses post-disco with soul. Known for their live analog recordings, they've graced stages from Glastonbury to Central Park, collaborated with Thee Sacred Souls, and consistently top radio charts.
Indie folk/rock band Richy Mitch & The Coal Miners, based in Seattle, started in Colorado. Known for albums 'RMCM,' 'Solstice,' 'Subliming,' and extensive touring in US and Europe.
Born in NYC, jazz-pop icon inspired by 1920s speakeasies, famous for "Moonlit Tryst," "Gatsby's Echo." Multiple Grammy wins. Known for duets with Elton, Beyoncé.
Texas-born Kevin Abstract, founding member of Brockhampton, crafts introspective music blending hip-hop, pop, R&B, and rock. Known for solo albums like MTV1987 and Arizona Baby, and hits “Slugger” and “Sierra Nights”. Influences include Nirvana, Kanye West.
Tyler, The Creator, LA rapper-producer known for gritty voice & hits like "Flower Boy" & "IGOR." Grammy winner, Odd Future founder, collaborated with Frank Ocean, Kanye West.
Billy Allen + The Pollies, from Alabama, blend rock, gospel, grunge, funk & soul in "Black Noise". Known for hits like “All of Me”, their sound channels legends from Wilson Pickett to Ziggy Stardust.
Hawaiian-born, Oklahoma-raised rapper/singer PawPaw Rod blends rap, 60s soul, & house. Known for "HIT EM WHERE IT HURTS," signed with GODMODE. Released a trio of EPs, focused on love & joy.
Balthvs, a psychedelic band from a non-psychedelic country, incorporates global rhythms with hits in Africa, Turkey, and South America. Known for deep grooves and a trio lineup.
Born in Les Abymes, Jessica Martinon, "Dasha", is a renowned urban singer influenced by her choreographer mother. Known for the zouk hit "Et si", and awarded for the duo "Vou an Choisi" with Nicy, Dasha shines in Parisian scenes and collaborates with notable artists like Naamix and Pompis.
Grammy-winning R&B/soul artist Leon Bridges, known for a sound reminiscent of Sam Cooke. Hits include "Coming Home" & "Bad Bad News." Performed for Obama, opened for The Rolling Stones.
Alt-rock band Something Corporate, formed in Orange County, gained fame with their piano-driven, radio-ready music. Known for hits and albums like 'Leaving Through the Window,' they briefly reunited in 2010 after a hiatus. Major acts like Sugar Ray and Better Than Ezra opened for them.
Dua Lipa, born in London, is a 3x GRAMMY & 7x BRIT winner known for hits like "Levitating". Famous for dance pop, she has over 40 billion streams & two top Spotify albums.
Kentucky-born Chris Stapleton, a country music star, has won 10 Grammys and holds records at the CMA and ACM Awards. Known for hits from albums like 'Traveller' and 'Starting Over,' he's renowned for his captivating live shows and has collaborated with George Strait.
Manila-born, LA-based Eyedress blends hip-hop, punk, shoegaze. Known for viral "Jealous," platinum & gold hits. Collaborated with Chad Hugo, The Drums, more.
Líder del regional mexicano, pionero en sonido y estilo. Renombrado por fusionar raíces y nueva esencia, transformando la música mexicana globalmente.
Indie rock band Foster the People, formed in Los Angeles (2009), blends psychedelic, dance pop. Hits like "Pumped Up Kicks" led to Top Ten albums like 'Torches' & 'Supermodel.' Noted for vibrant live shows and high-profile collaborations.
San Holo, born Sander van Dijck, is a future bass pioneer known for emotional narratives in songs like his debut album1. Celebrated by icons like Rivers Cuomo and praised for live shows, he also advocates for mental health through his "Stay Vibrant" series.
Khruangbin, Houston-based trio, crafts a unique sound blending spaghetti-western, West African disco, and G-funk. Known for hits like "Fifteen Fifty-Three" and "A Love International", they emphasize minimalism and reverb in their music. Collaborated with engineer Steve Christensen on the airy record "A LA SALA".
The Beaches, a band named after their childhood neighborhood, includes Jordan, Kylie Miller, Leandra Earl, & Eliza Enman-McDaniel. Known for the hit "Blame Brett," they won a JUNO Award and made a US TV debut on Kimmel. Their music, blending anthemic bops with introspective tracks, has topped charts in Canada and the US.
From Abilene, TX, Dexter and The Moonrocks blend "Western Space Grunge" into hits like "Couch" & "Where I Steer". Inspired by Nirvana & Rainbow Kitten Surprise, their EP soared in popularity.
From Long Beach, Vince Staples blends brutal, elegant West Coast hip hop in albums like 'Summertime ’06' & 'Big Fish Theory,' tackling fame and his rough upbringing.
Cale Tyson, a country/folk artist from Fort Worth, mixes traditional Texas sounds with modern influences. Based in LA, he's known for blending classic country with indie-folk since 2013.
Originating from the pop-punk scene, blink-182, known for energetic, humorous tracks, rose to fame with "Enema of the State." Famous lineup: Hoppus, DeLonge, Barker. Hits include albums like "California" & "Neighborhoods," achieving numerous chart-toppers. DeLonge returned in 2023.
Philadelphia rock band Mannequin Pussy, known for cathartic tunes about tough times, blends punk and pop. Hits include "Patience." Famous for their intense energy and rallying music, they collaborate mainly within their band featuring Colins Regisford, Kaleen Reading, Maxine Steen, and Marisa Dabice.
Rising Bay City rapper That Mexican OT, known for the hit "Johnny Dang" with Paul Wall, fuses classic Texas rap styles in his acclaimed works like 'Lonestar Luchador' and 'Texas Technician.' Gold-certified, he collaborates with icons like Slim Thug, Z-Ro, and new stars.
Los Angeles-based CANNONS, comprising Michelle Joy, Ryan Clapham, and Paul Davis, blend analog production with glossy guitars and cinematic synths. Known for "Fire For You" and placements in "Lucifer" & "Never Have I Ever," they've made waves since 2013.
Chance Peña, from Tyler, Texas, is a singer/songwriter known for his unique storytelling and modern music mix. Achieved early success with Secret Road, co-wrote Grammy-nominated "Conversations in the Dark" with John Legend, and featured in "Five Feet Apart" with "Up, Up & Away."
Australian DJ Dom Dolla, known for his house music, gained fame with hits like "Take It" & "San Frandisco." Grammy nominee, his works include remixes for Dua Lipa & Gorillaz, with 1 billion streams, 2 ARIA awards & 6 nominations in 2023.
Goldie Boutilier, a Canadian singer-songwriter from Cape Breton, is known for her cinematic music style, exploring themes of tragic romance and 1950s-60s Americana. She debuted under Interscope Records and released hits like "100%" and "Sex Paranoia."
Pretty Lights, known for blending electronic beats with poetic samples and dynamic light shows, creates immersive audiovisual experiences. The project emphasizes interconnected live performances and innovative sound-light integration, thriving on collaborative creativity.
Born in North Carolina, Reneé Rapp shines in music and acting. Known for Regina George in Broadway's "Mean Girls" and "Leighton" in HBO's "Sex Lives of College Girls," her music echoes deep vulnerabilities.
Eggy, formed in 2016, are acclaimed for their emotional range and heartfelt songs. Known for "Watercolor Days," they've toured 40+ states and recorded in Nashville.
Georgia-born Teddy Swims turns personal healing into art with his debut album "I’ve Tried Everything But Therapy (Part 1)." Known for emotional depth and storytelling in music.
Elderbrook, a UK artist, known for his emotive music, exploded with 2017 hit 'Cola' with Camelphat. Grammy-nodded, he's made albums like 'Why Do We Shake in the Cold?' and collaborated with Diplo, Rüfüs Du Sol.
BRIT Award-winning Catfish and the Bottlemen, known for massive hits and energetic live shows, have toured globally, headlining major venues and festivals. Their music, recorded in LA, radiates upbeat, sun-kissed vibes.
Grammy-winning UK artist Jess Glynne, known for hits like "Rather Be" & "My Love," topped charts with debut album "I Cry When I Laugh." Famous for vibrant pop-soul style & notable collaborations.
Born in South Dakota, Tyler Halverson blends country with his unique "Country & Western Amerijuana Music." Known for songs like "Beer Garden Baby," his work captures rodeo culture. His music, featured in EPs like Western Amerijuana, produced by Eddie Spear, highlights modern Western life. Collaborators include Jon Decious and Aaron Raitiere.
Nashville's rock band The Criticals, formed by Parker Forbes and Cole Shughart in 2018, are known for hit EPs like Mimosa Hygiene & Sour Grapes, and dynamic live shows in major US cities.
Paco Versailles, a duo inspired by flamenco legend Paco De Lucia and French elegance, blends flamenco with modern dance music. Known for "Dancemenco," they feature Vahagni and Ryan Merchant.
Georgia-born singer-songwriter Katie Pruitt explores identity & self-belief in her albums "Expectations" & "Mantras". Known for impactful songs & dynamic live shows, she connects deeply through personal, conversational lyrics.
Chief Cleopatra, born Jalesa Jessie in Corsicana, TX, shines in Austin with soul-rock vibes. Known for her SXSW performances & Grammy considerations, she excelled with hits like “Weekend Warrior.”
Elyanna, a Palestinian-Chilean artist known for her unique blend of Arabic, pop, and R&B music, made history singing in Arabic at Coachella and became a cover star for Billboard Arabia and Vogue ME. Her accolades include features in prestigious magazines and being named a top rising artist by Rolling Stone. She sold out her North American tour and achieved over 100M global streams.
Benson Boone, born in the USA, blends intimate pop with hit songs like "GHOST TOWN" & "Beautiful Things." MTV's Global PUSH Artist 2023, his music, including RIAA Gold and Platinum hits, skyrocketed after being signed by Dan Reynolds.

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