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Sunday 1 February 2015

Depeche and Muse for Austin fest

Depeche Mode will perform at Austin City Limits Festival in October
Depeche Mode will perform at Austin City Limits Festival in October

Depeche Mode, The Cure and Muse are among the acts staging a European invasion on the Austin City Limits Festival.

The Texas music event will feature five of eight headliners coming from across the Atlantic Ocean.

Also among the list of headlining performers were Atoms For Peace, Phoenix, Lionel Richie and Wilco.

D'Angelo, Queens of the Stone Age, fun., Kendrick Lamar, Tame Impala and Justin Vernon's other band, The Shouting Matches, are also on the schedule, along with a selection of Austin bands that includes The Black Angels, Okkervil River and Court Yard Hounds.

The festival, expands to two weekends this year, taking place on October 4th to the 6th and 11th to the 13th, at Zilker Park.

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