April 28, 2009 16:12

Pearl Jam, Kings Of Leon, Arctic Monkeys for Austin City Limits

Dave Matthews Band, Dead Weather, Ben Harper also on bill

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The initial acts for this year’s Austin City Limits Music Festival have been announced and include Kings Of Leon, Pearl Jam, Beastie Boys and Dave Matthews Band.

Ben Harper and Relentless 7, Phoenix, Girl Talk, Sonic Youth, The Dead Weather, Lily Allen, Arctic Monkeys and Mos Def are also on the bill for the event which will take place on October 2-4.

Bon Iver, The Decemberists, Passion Pit, Andrew Bird, Grizzly Bear, !!! , The Walkmen, White Lies and The Virgins will also perform. The full line-up is available here.

Austin City Limits takes place at Zilker Park and three-day passes are available here now, priced at $185.

--By our New York staff.
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