Entries tagged with: Tame Impala
Austin City Limits 2012 (more by Tim Griffin)
Every year ACL Music Festival-goers are burdened with choosing between conflicting set times. Luckily, C3 schedules many of the artists playing the festival in clubs around Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio as part of their Official Late Night Shows. Since the festival has been expanded to two weekends, this year's series will have sixty shows (!) from October 3 - 12.
Highlights this year include Queens of the Stone Age, Vampire Weekend, Franz Ferdinand, Shugie Otis, Tame Impala, The National, Silversun Pickups, Local Natives, The Black Angels, Widowspeak, Gospel Brunch, Phosphorescent, Foxygen, HAIM, Deap Vally, Wild Nothing, FIDLAR, Toro y Moi, Wavves, Junip, and more.
The announcement from C3:
As an extension of Austin City Limits Music Festival's inaugural two-weekend run, C3 Presents is thrilled to announce the 2013 Official ACL Music Festival Late Night Shows.Tickets are HERE. The full list of shows below...
A presale opportunity will be available to C3Concerts.com E-list subscribers on Thursday, August 22nd from 10 AM CDT to 10 PM CDT. In order to be eligible to receive presale passcodes, individuals must confirm subscription to the C3Concerts E-List by Tuesday, August 20th at 10:59 PM CDT. The public onsale is Friday, August 23rd at 10 AM CDT.
Okkervil River / Diamond Rugs
BrooklynVegan's Hotel Vegan, located at Austin venues Hotel Vegas & Volstead Lounge, ended on Saturday, 3/17/2012, on three stages in partnership with Partisan Records and KF Records, and the new Young One Records who helped us put together the hip hop stage which stage headliner Action Bronson cancelled from last minute from (for medical reasons).
The day, and all four days, ended with special last minute addition Okkervil River who played after Deer Tick/Black Lips/Dead Confederate/Los Lobos super group Diamond Rugs who played after Heartless Bastards (who we already posted one set of pictures of). Other previously posted photo sets from this day include Father John Misty, Field Report, Pond and Emily Wells. Here are the rest of the pics.
More, slightly belated, pictures from all of Saturday, below...