Austin City Limits 2013 lineup: Muse, the Cure, Phoenix and more - Reverb

Austin City Limits 2013 lineup: Muse, the Cure, Phoenix and more

Hints of Austin City Limits 2013 headliners have been swirling around the Internet for quite some time using the hashtag #aclfest. The early spoilers came at the hands of Muse and the Cure. Now, the full Austin City Limits 2013 lineup has been revealed for the festival that will take place over two weekends for the first time. Headliners include, Depeche Mode, Phoenix, Atoms for Peace, Vampire Weekend, the National and others.

When the biggest little festival deep in the heart of Texas started, the hoe-down was three days in early September, which is typically during the most sweltering, dusty part of the year. Things have changed and so have the times. With its biggest year yet, Austin City Limits has spread the love at Zilker Park to Oct. 4-6 and Oct. 11-13. Overall, the 2013 lineup looks pretty standard across the other festivals this summer, with the exception of Lionel Richie, which seems kind of like a head scratcher.

Full Austin City Limits 2013 lineup:
Depeche Mode
The Cure
MUSE
Kings of Leon
Atoms For Peace
Lionel Richie
Phoenix
Wilco

Vampire Weekend
The National
Eric Church
Passion Pit
Arctic Monkeys
Queens Of The Stone Age
fun.
Kendrick Lamar
Franz Ferdinand
D’Angelo
Kaskade
Tame Impala
Local Natives
The Shouting Matches
Toro Y Moi
Grimes
Portugal. The Man
Silversun Pickups
The Joy Formidable
Neko Case
Divine Fits
Grouplove
Jimmy Eat World
The Black Angels
The Bright Light Social Hour
The Mavericks
Okkervil River
Shuggie Otis
Purity Ring
Dawes
HAIM
Smith Westerns
Junip
WALK THE MOON
Vintage Trouble
Noah and the Whale
Paper Diamond
Lissie
Pinback
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
Wild Belle
Phosphorescent
Court Yard Hounds
Thao & the Get Down Stay Down
Foxygen
Little Green Cars
Savages
Autre Ne Veut
Parquet Courts
FIDLAR
White Denim
True Believers
The Blind Boys of Alabama
Delta Rae
Jake Bugg
The Lone Bellow
Electric Guest
Dan Croll
Deap Vally
Wild Nothing
Typhoon
Hundred Waters
Twin Forks
Red Baraat
Electric Six
Shovels & Rope
Reignwolf
Mona
MS MR
Widowspeak
Asleep at the Wheel
Bear Mountain
Greensky Bluegrass
JD Mcpherson
Valerie June
Wild Feathers
Roadkill Ghost Choir
JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound
Desert Noises
The Band of Heathens
Holly Williams
Alanna Royale
Cherub
The Dynamites feat. Charles Walker
Shinyribs
Jacuzzi Boys
Wick-it The Instigator
Shakey Graves
Houndmouth
Wild Cub
Peterson Brothers Band
Luella and the Sun
X Ambassadors
Sons Of Fathers
Courrier
My Jerusalem
Not In The Face
Dana Falconberry
Bobby Jealousy
Whiskey Shivers
The Preservation
Max Frost
Latasha Lee & The BlackTies
CALEB
Shannon LaBrie
Andrew Duhon
Kristin Diable & The City
Colin Lake
Brooke Waggoner
Tyree Morris & Hearts of Worship
Endurance
The Stapletones
Heavenly Voices Choir
The McCrary Sisters
Disciples of Christ
The Hensley Ensemble
The Durdens
The Warrior Gospel Band
Barton Hills Choir
The Verve Pipe
School of Rock
Tim and the Space Cadets
Peter DiStefano & Tor
Grace London
Playdate
The Ohmies
The Q Brothers
Andy Z
Caspar Babypants

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Julio Enriquez is a Denver writer and photographer, editor of the Cause=Time blog and a regular contributor to Reverb.

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  • mini_d

    Actually, the first festival was only 2 days in September.

  • stal8155

    lolla has a better lineup

    • DM4eva

      Thanks for insightful opiniated comment