Add a show to your weekend in Dallas.
Posted on Sep 24, 2019 By Diana Alvarez
If you're in Dallas the first two weeks of October, you're in luck – you can hear the sounds of this year's Austin City Limits Festival with no trip down I-35 required. Here's a list of ACL artists that are also including a show stop in Dallas while in the Lone Star State. We'll keep adding to it as we learn more!
Tame Impala – Oct. 2 at The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
The psychedelic rock act is making all sorts of festival appearances this year in support of his yet-to-be-released latest album.
RL Grime – Oct. 3 at South Side Ballroom
The EDM favorite will bring his best beats to one of Dallas' most iconic venues.
Lizzo – Oct. 5 at Southside Ballroom
One of the most popular tickets in Dallas this fall, Lizzo's show in the Cedars District is standing room only so comfy shoes are a must.
Billie Eilish – Oct. 8 at American Airlines Center
The Gen Zer is bringing her When We All Fall Asleep World Tour to Dallas and we're ready to sing along to "Bellyache."
Mumford and Sons – Oct. 9 at American Airlines Center
Doors open at 6 p.m. for the band's return to Dallas.
Joseph – Oct. 9 at Granada Theater
Head to Greenville Avenue for an intimate show from this Oregon-based female trio.
TroyBoi – Oct. 10 at House of Blues Dallas
This show is 18 and up and starts at 8 p.m. Stick around after the show to keep the party going in the venue's Foundation Room.
Jai Wolf – Oct. 12 at House of Blues Dallas
The Bangladesh-born electronic music producer hits the stage at 8 p.m.; tickets start at $25.
Robyn – Oct. 15 at The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
You've been singing her songs since the 90s and now you can belt them out with 8,000 other Robyn lovers.
Kasey Musgraves – Oct. 10 and 11 at The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
The six-time Grammy Award winner is gracing us with back-to-back performances in between her Austin sets.
Banks – Oct. 9 at House of Blues Dallas
Born Jillian Rose Banks, the artist is stopping in Dallas in support of her third studio album "III."
Bea Miller – Oct. 11 at House of Blues Dallas
At only 13, Bea placed ninth in the second season of the U.S. version of "The X Factor." This is her first headlining tour.