Feeling a little conflicted after the release of austin city limits’ daily schedule? you’re not the only one. ACL is not set to take place until October, but the day-by-day schedule announced earlier this week leaves plenty of time for attendees to plan way in advance… and agonize over what sets to miss.
Lets dive into some of the conflicting time slots:
Friday, Oct. 6 & Oct. 13
The xx Vs. Jay-Z
Solange Vs. Martin Garrix
Bonobo Vs. Foster the People
Saturday, Oct. 7 & Oct. 14
Chance the Rapper Vs. Red Hot Chili Peppers
Spoon Vs. Rufus Du Sol
Alison Wonderland Vs. Ice Cube
Sunday, Oct. 8 & Oct. 15
Gorillaz Vs. The Killers
ZHU Vs. Portugal. The Man
BADBADNOTGOOD Vs. Run the Jewels
Conflicting set times are inevitable, especially with a festival the size of Austin City Limits. The real question is: how do you pick who to see? Do you stay for 30 minutes at each set, or commit fully to an act? Either way, ACL is loaded with talent. To start planning your perfect festival, check out the full day-to-day below:
The #ACLFest 2017 Schedule is here! Use the Official App or MyFest to create your own Custom Schedule. https://t.co/9emW8cFt4I pic.twitter.com/5dYZKo6niX
— ACL Festival (@aclfestival) August 17, 2017
Known for its diverse lineup of artists, the festival consists of eight stages total. Fans can expect to see genres including hip hop, country, folk, EDM, indie and rock at any given time. Over 450,000 fans are expected to attend in 2017, making ACL the ultimate destination for college students and music fans alike.
Head here to purchase a three day pass to ACL 2017!