Friday Local Limits

Austin bands at ACL Fest, Friday, Oct. 4

Okkervil River
Okkervil River (Photo by Todd V. Wolfson)

Dana Falconberry (12:20pm, Austin Ventures stage)

Earthy, deep, orchestral folk-pop from a detail-oriented optimist.

Asleep at the Wheel (Noon, AMD stage)

The charismatic kings of Western swing have been the first main stage band at every ACL.

Grace London (2:30pm, Austin Kiddie Limits)

An eccentric mix of Regina Spektor and Jack White, by a 13-year-old.

Okkervil River (5pm, Honda stage)

Mature, carefully crafted indie rock with heavy personal depth from sentimental frontman Will Sheff.

The Black Angels (5:30pm, Bud Light stage)

The hypnotic shepherds of modern psych rock mesmerize with evil drone and, lately, Sixties pop.

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