Austin City Limits Advertising

Austin City Limits Pedicab Advertising

Austin City Limits, or ACL as it’s called by those in the know (or just those who have a thing for ligaments of the knee), is an annual music festival that takes place every year in – spoiler alert – the city of Austin. It occurs in Zilker Park, rocking to the masses over the course of two three-day weekends in October. By and large, it is regarded as the mother of music festivals (or at least one of them!).

The 2019 festival is on the docket for October 4-6 and October 11-13 in Austin, Texas. Though the lineup has yet to be announced, this festival is known for getting big – and very eclectic – acts. Last year, the performers included Paul McCartney, Travis Scott, and Metallic.

Austin City Limits Billboard Ads

Austin City Limits is produced and put on by the same people behind Lollapalooza. It features eight stages where musical acts from all sorts of genres (rock, country, folk, electronic, R&B, hip hop, and indie) take the stage from 10 in the morning until 10 at night. Of course, it’s not all about the music – there’s also food and drinks, arts, a kids area, and a variety of activities for those walking the grounds.

The crowds are described as “enormous” as approximately 450,000 people attend each year. Two of the most popular amenities include the bathrooms (duh!) as well as the hydration stations (where people can get water and then return to amenity #1). Even though it’s in October, Mother Nature never gets the memo and brings the heat to Texas.

The festival was founded in 2002 and originally only lasted a weekend. In 2013, due to high demand, they expanded. Eventually, it might have to expand again. It’s that popular.

If you’re in the market to do advertise at Austin City Limits (or elsewhere), we can help.  Drop us a line at hello@theadfocus.com and always feel free to check out our website www.theadfocus.com.  We can offer a bunch of billboard products for this amazing event including pedicabs, rickshaws, electric shuttles and mobile billboards.