Entries tagged with: Vampire Weekend
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Black Angels @ ACL Fest 10/11/2013
The Austin City Limits Festival 2013 opened its second weekend as the sold-out festival it has been for more than a decade, encouraging hopes that the dual-weekend approach to the event would stick past this year. It did dash some expectations that a repeat of its opening round last weekend would draw smaller crowds, at least over the course of the entire three days.While Sunday's finale (10/13) was a literal wash, the second weekend of the ACL Music Festival got off to a muggy start on Friday (10/11) with -- like the previous Friday -- sets from Arctic Monkeys, Vampire Weekend, QOTSA, Okkervil River, Pinback, Jake Bugg, Depeche Mode, Local Natives, Muse and more. Pictures from day 1 are in this post.
But the sea of humanity was noticeably thinner on Day One in the early hours -- more like the festival days of old, when it was just the working locals who came to ACL; from 11 am to around 4 pm Friday, the atmosphere was low-key, aired-out and open, with plenty of space for blankets and no throngs stepping on your toes every four seconds. - [CultureMap]
Sky Ferreira @ Barclays Center last month (more by Dylan Johnson)
Sky Ferreira is disappointed to announce that on doctor's orders she is forced to cancel the remaining dates she had confirmed supporting Vampire Weekend. She wishes to send her heartfelt apologies to both Vampire Weekend and her fans for the inconvenience her vocal injury has caused.Sky Ferreira has canceled all her upcoming dates with Vampire Weekend, and that included an ACL Late Night show on 10/10 in Dallas (Grand Prairie). The Olms are now opening that show. Sky will be resting her voice -- which she's had problems with before -- at the end of the month and her tour with Smith Westerns (which does not hit Texas) is still on. Updated tour dates are listed below.
Vampire Weekend, meanwhile, played ACL last night (10/4) and will play again on Friday (10/11).
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.
Vampire Weekend at Moody Theater March (more by Tim Griffin)
Vampire Weekend announced some dates earlier this year in support of their new album, Modern Vampires Of The City, including two weekends in Austin for ACL Festival. Their tour has since been expanded and now includes another TX show happening in Grand Prairie on October 10 at Verizon Theatre with Sky Ferreira. Tickets for the Grand Prairie show go on sale Friday (6/28) at 10 AM.
All dates are listed, along with a couple videos, below...
photos by @griffinshot - Tim Griffin
Vampire Weekend @ The Moody Theater - 3/17/2013
As we recently mentioned over on Brooklynvegan, Vampire Weekend have released the details of their upcoming new album, Modern Vampires Of The City. They head out on the road in April, and you can stream two of their new tracks now.
During their visit to Austin for SXSW, they stopped by The Moody Theater to help kick off Season 39 of Austin City Limits with VW's first-ever taping for the show.
Speaking of Austin City Limits, they have big things in store for Season 39 - rumored to include live streaming of performances. So far there are some great tapings to look forward to, including Grizzly Bear, Jim James (of My Morning Jacket), Lumineers and Phoenix.
More pics of Vampire Weekend's ACL taping are below.
Vampire Weekend in Brooklyn in 2012 (more by Greg Cristman)
SXSW already revealed one round of artists, then a second, and now they've just revealed a third announcement which includes Vampire Weekend, Local Natives, The Thermals, Black Lips, Camera Obscura, Merchandise, Clutch, Rockie Fresh, Baauer, Bleached, TOY, Waxahatchee, Bleeding Rainbow, Count Bass D, Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire, ST 2 Lettaz, Eagles of Death Metal, Parenthetical Girls, Single Mothers, Eddi Front, Indians, Night Beds, IO Echo, KEN Mode, Today is the Day, Killa Kyleon, Lemuria, Love Inks, Moon King, Pac Div, Prince Paul, Pure Bathing Culture, Sepalcure, Stagnant Pools, and many many more.
Full round 3 list below...