ACL: Countdown to Meltdown

Sold-out ACL aftershows, tapings, etc.

With the Austin City Limits Music Festival exactly one month away, it may be time to start camping out at the ACL studios. The television series, now in its 33rd season, just announced its taping schedule for that weekend.

Crowded House kicks things off on Thursday, September 13, followed by the Arcade Fire on Friday, Wilco on Saturday, Regina Spektor and Bloc Party on Sunday, and Lucinda Williams on Monday. Call 475-9077 for more information.

In related news, the White Stripes and Queens of the Stone Age aftershows have sold out, and it appears more and more likely that Amy Winehouse will cancel her appearance due to "clinical exhaustion."

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