Sunday Local Limits

Austin bands at ACL Fest, Sunday, Oct. 6

Peterson Brothers
Peterson Brothers (Photo by Todd V. Wolfson)

Aaron Behrens & the Midnight Stroll (11:15am, Honda stage)

The new rock & roll project from Ghostland Observatory's bombastic frontman.

Band of Heathens (12:20pm, Austin Ventures stage)

And then there were two in this electric Americana staple: Gordy Quist and Ed Jurdi.

Peterson Brothers Band (4pm, BMI stage)

Kinfolk chemistry reigns in the heavy blues of this Bastrop teen trio. Gary Clark Jr., look out!

Divine Fits (4:30pm, Honda stage)

Spoon frontman Britt Daniel and Wolf Parade singer Dan Boeckner synthesized into a potent indie mixture of Eighties pop and classic rock.

White Denim (5pm, Austin Ventures stage)

Crunchy, soulful rock with traces of garage, R&B, and even pop in their epic live rave-ups.

Shinyribs (6pm, BMI stage)

The wandering solo project of the Gourds' syrup-voiced songwriter Kevin Russell.

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