Austin, Texas — The Austin City Limits Music Festival is set to return to the Austin skyline this summer with its first concert in over 20 years.
The festival’s headliner, EDM star Flo Rida, is the first act to perform at the Austin Music Hall since the festival began its annual run in 2005.
The event’s schedule is now officially up for grabs on Ticketmaster, but a few details are available for the next two days of the event: The festival is set for Saturday, June 17, with the show being played at the UT-Austin Alamo Bowl.
That date will mark the 20th consecutive year the Alamo is hosting a EDM show.
The UT-Texas Athletics Complex will be the venue for the event, and it will be open to the public from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., with the venue set to open to concertgoers at 1 p.o.m.; the last day of the fest will be Sunday, June 18.
The concert will be streamed live on YouTube, and you can check the official website for details on when and where the event will be taking place.
Check out the full details of the festival, including a list of artists, below.
The Alamo on Friday, June 16, will host the second annual Texas Music Festival, with acts such as Flo Rinaudo, Dua Lipa, Meek Mill, and many more.
The Texas Music Hall of Fame and Museum is also slated to host a Texas Music & Arts Festival this year, with more than 100 artists slated to perform on June 19.
The Austin Music Festival has sold out every year since its debut in 2003, and the city is set on again for 2019, but there are still a few things to consider when trying to find out which music festival is best for you.
For one thing, you may be looking at the schedule for multiple dates, which can be a pain when trying and planning a concert.
Secondly, the Almo will be a prime spot to get a free VIP pass, and there’s a small fee for that.
Thirdly, you might be concerned about crowds, as the festival’s schedule has many of its acts playing at smaller venues, which are also usually less crowded.
And finally, Austin’s weather can be brutal, and festivals can also get packed.
There are plenty of festivals and events going on in Austin right now, so you should definitely have a plan for the best way to see all the music in town.
So let’s get to the details!
Where is the AlMo?
The Almo is the Texas Music and Arts Museum.
It is located in the Alameda neighborhood of Austin, about two blocks from the UT Austin campus.
The location is the perfect spot for a festival, and Austin is well-known for its music and culture.
The main event will take place on Saturday, May 29 at the Al Mo.
It will be played at 2 p.s.m, with fans of the EDM artist’s show (and of course, the festival) expected to pack the venue.
Fans will be able to buy VIP passes for just $5 each at the entrance, with all proceeds going to the UT Health Science Center.
VIP passes are available through the event’s official website.
What time is the concert at the venue?
The event will start at 11 a/m.
and end at 5 p, at the University of Texas Health Science and Health Services Alamo, which will be located just south of the UT Alamo.
The venue will be filled to capacity.
The entrance to the venue is located on the west side of the Almos.
It’s a quick walk from the Alamos entrance.
Fans are encouraged to check the website to find a specific time when the venue opens.
The next available time for the Almoraville to open is May 31 at 10 a.s., according to the website.
Fans can reserve tickets through the website for just a few bucks each.
The exact time will be determined through a lottery system.
Which festivals is the best for EDM fans?
The Texas music festival calendar has plenty of events scheduled for 2019.
On the other hand, the EDMC is a bit of a different beast.
It features artists that have a broader range of genres and styles, and is geared towards the younger crowd.
The music is often very heavy and aggressive, and a few of the artists have already announced that they’re dropping their next album.
The lineup for the festival is still a work-in-progress, but many artists are expected to perform.
The full lineup is here.
When can I get my EDM fix?
The festival has two stages, the first two of which are free, while the second stage costs $10.
The first stage is at 10:30 a.g., and the second at 1:30 p.t.
This is a big stage for