Red Hot Chili Peppers Neil Young and Crazy Horse The Black Keys Jack White Florence + The Machine The Avett Brothers Iggy & The Stooges AVICII BASSNECTAR The Roots The Shins Weezer Gotye The Civil Wars M83 Tegan and Sara Childish Gambino Two Door Cinema Club Thievery Corporation The Afghan Whigs Crystal Castles Andrew Bird Gary Clark Jr. Metric Band of Skulls Esperanza Spalding Alabama Shakes Delta Spirit M. Ward Randy Rogers Band Die Antwoord Rufus Wainwright NEEDTOBREATHE Big Gigantic Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra Steve Earle The War On NO NO WORD!!! Umphrey's McGee Barrington Levy Old 97's Punch Brothers Bombay Bicycle Club A-Trak Trampled by Turtles Patterson Hood Michael Kiwanuka Big K.R.I.T. Oberhofer POLICA Tennis Zola Jesus Stars Kimbra Black Lips Los Campesinos! Jovanotti Ben Howard Ruthie Foster Freelance Whales Civil Twilight The Whigs Dev The Lumineers Bad Books The Devil Makes Three Asleep at the Wheel First Aid Kit Patrick Watson LP Caveman Lee Fields & The Expressions Father John Misty The Wombats Dry the River The Boxer Rebellion Soul Rebels Brass Band Thundercat Willis Earl Beal He's My Brother, She's My Sister Kishi Bashi Deep Dark Woods Moon Duo Kopecky Family Band River City Extension Quiet Corral Wheeler Brothers The Relatives Space Capone The Staves Native Run Nikki Lane Quiet Company Infantree Wild Child La Vida Bohème The Eastern Sea The Dunwells Kenny Vaughan Trio Justin Jones Sonámbulo Royal Teeth Noah Gunderson The Aaron Ivey Band The Mighty Sincere Voices G.S.T. Colorfeels Lera Lynn Megan McCormick Shields of Faith Stapletones The Baylor Choir Disciples of Joy Ralph's World Orange Sherbet Big Don Rocknoceros Hullabaloo Jambo Peter DiStefano & Tor The School of Rock The Q Brothers
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I'm not sure why the email said what it did and the website says:If you verified your ACL E-List subscription by 11:59pm (CT) on Monday, September 19, 2011 you are eligible for the Wednesday, September 28, 2011 Early Bird E-list Pre-Sale. If were not on the E-list before the 9/19 deadline, our Regular On-Sale will happen in Spring 2012.
It is sadly virtually impossible to get the 50$ passes. been trying as long as they've been doing that. You basically have to fe able to continually watch the site the week after. I'll prob be waiting till spring to pick up my ticket.
2/26 Ra Ra Riot
3/12 Animal Collective & Dan Deacon
4/11 Weird Al
4/18 The Fritz
4/20 Snarky Puppy
4/24 Les Claypool's Duo De Twang
4/26 Beats Antique (Volapalooza)
5/13 Father John Misty w/ Adam Green & Binki Shapiro
5/17-5/19 Hangout Fest
6/6 Postal Service (looking for a pit ticket - PM me!)
6/7 Postal Service (pit)
6/8 Postal Service (pit)
6/27 Lake Street Drive
Post by catapult268 on Apr 11, 2012 13:00:54 GMT -5
I think At the Drive In is a strong possibility for ACL with the release of the Lolla lineup. I haven't checked Sparta and TMV tour dates to see if there are any conflicts, but with as proud as Cedric is of being from Texas I don't see C3 booking them for Lolla and not for Austin. The two festivals usually share a couple of upper tier acts a year too so I think there is a strong possibility of seeing ATDI at ACL based on the Lolla lineup. Hopefully for an ACL TV show taping too.
When emailing bands about Roo, I found out that Stars and Kaiser Chiefs are most likely playing. Not big, but two solid names. I tried to register on the ACL forum to tell them, but their boards aren't working for me. If anyone is on there, pass the info along. Happy festival, all!
"In the darkness hundreds of glowsticks streaked the air like tracer shots in war. Giant inflatables bounced over dozens of light sabers pointed skyward. Stuffed animals impaled on sticks danced above the hot crowds, puppeted by someone just given ecstasy by a friend made seconds before."
Post by doorknob2323 on May 8, 2012 17:49:42 GMT -5
How many overlapping Lolla bands will be at ACL? It's pretty much written in stone that the red hot chili peppers and the black keys will be two of the headliners. Florence & The Machine, Metric, & M83 are safe bets as well. Who do you guys think will be that older, Stevie Wonder/Eagles style headliner (and i mean that with all the respect in the world for them)?
RHCP, Black Keys, and Jack White seem almost too easy to predict. Although I'd be happy with all 3. I really don't see Jack skipping ACL. He's always there in one form or another. RHCP fill the foos/PJ/Soundgarden-esque slot, and Black Keys...God Bless 'em...are hot as hell right now.
I hope the old school act isn't the Beach Boys. Not that it wouldn't be a quality add...I just don't have much interest in seeing them. Every year people say it would be a great year for Neil to make his ACL debut lol. So I'm not holding my breath on that one. Hall & Oates?
As for hip hop acts...hopeful for Childish Gambino. Ludacris can see how low can you go somewhere else.
5/30- Andrew W.K
6/1- Big Boi w/ Killer Mike
6/29- Bob Dylan, Bob Weir, My Morning Jacket, Wilco
6/30- The Grandmothers of Invention
8/1- Mastodon w/ Machinehad
9/5- Iron Maiden w/ Megadeth
9/26-29 Furthur Red Rocks (!)
10/2- The Legendary Pink Dots