Austin City Limits Opens Up Their Treasure Trove Of Live Performances

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By Jason Herman / March 24, 2020
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Another iconic music venue has opened up their treasure trove of musical archives to fans around the world who are practicing social distancing. 

Austin City Limits first ​started on January 3, 1976, over forty-four years ago, and has delighted audiences around the world ever since, becoming a staple of live music for over two generations.

​Fans now have even more to appreciate about ACL, because starting March 23, this television series will make fan-favorite episodes from the recently broadcast Season 43 through 45 available for streaming.  In total, there are over thirty-five episodes available to stream online at:  https://www.pbs.org/show/austin-city-limits/

In addition to the online episodes, Austin City Limits is coordinating with PBS stations around the country to rebroadcast some highly-requested episodes beginning March 28. Please be sure to check your local listings for dates and times.



Austin City Limits Live

 Encore Broadcast Schedule 

Broadcast Date

Performers

March 28 

LCD Soundsystem

April 4 

Patty Griffin

The Revivalists  

April 11 

Janelle Monae 

April 18 

John Prine

April 25 

Kacey Musgraves

Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real  

May 2 

Gary Clark Jr.

May 9 

Herbie Hancock  

May 16 

Maggie Rogers  

May 23 

Khalid

Mac DeMarco  

May 30   

Steve Earle & The Dukes: A Tribute to Guy Clark  

June 6 

H.E.R.  

June 13 

Vampire Weekend

June 20

 Chris Stapleton

 Turnpike Troubadours  

June 27 

Arctic Monkeys

Wild Child 

 
 

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Jason Herman

A 24x7 member and Photo Editor of DC Music Review. Jason has been passionate about music since his earliest days and is especially excited about the music scene around his adopted hometown, Washington DC. With over 35 Grateful Dead and 80+ Phish shows, and countless music festivals under his belt, you can find him at concerts around the country but especially in his adopted hometown of Washington, D.C. Before turning his lens to music, Jason followed professional cyclists around the U.S. Domestic Circuit to the tallest mountains in Europe.