SiriusXM to broadcast performances from Austin City Limits Music Festival in Austin

Performances from the Austin City Limits Music Festival air between October 2nd through 4th

SiriusXM has announced that it will be the exclusive radio broadcaster of live performances and interviews from the annual Austin City Limits Music Festival.

The broadcast will showcase a diverse line-up featuring performances from alt-J, Alabama Shakes, Glass Animals, The Decemberists, Walk The Moon, San Fermin, Royal Blood, Moon Taxi, Kurt Vile, Father John Misty, Houndmouth, Gary Clark Jr, Twenty One Pilots and many more across multiple SiriusXM channels.

“We consistently offer our subscribers special and exclusive access to the world’s biggest music festivals,” said Scott Greenstein, President and Chief Content Officer, SiriusXM. “We are excited to be the exclusive radio broadcaster of this year’s Austin City Limits Live Music Festival—presenting live performances by some of today’s biggest artists.”

SiriusXM’s broadcast of Austin City Limits Festival will air on channel 31 beginning Friday, October 2nd at 2 pm ET through Sunday, October 4th at 11:59 pm ET. Select performances will also air on The Spectrum, channel 28, SiriusXMU, channel 35, Alt Nation, channel 36, Jam On, channel 29, Outlaw Country channel 60 and through the SiriusXM App on smartphones and other connected devices, as well as online at

SiriusXM’s broadcast of Austin City Limits Festival is one of the many festivals that SiriusXM broadcasts for its listeners. Previous SiriusXM festival broadcasts have featured Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Lollapalooza Music Festival, Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, Hangout Music Festival, Electric Daisy Carnival, Firefly Music Festival, Governors Ball Music Festival, Rock on the Range, Phish’s Magnaball Festival and Ultra Music Festival.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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