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Chili Peppers To Headline Austin City Limits 2012

Written by Mike Hohnen on May 22, 2012

Promoters for Austin City Limits today have released the full lineup for the 2012 edition of the festival…and it is an absolute doozy of a bill.

Red Hot Chili Peppers have been slotted in as headliners alongside Neil Young & Crazy Horse, The Black Keys, Jack White, and Florence + The Machine. The big names go on and on as you read down the list, which I lost count of around the 100 mark.

The promotions company behind the three-day event, C3 Promotions, also work behind the scenes for Lollapalooza and will be working hand in hand with Big Day Out in 2013. This has added serious credibility to the rumours circulating that the Chili Peppers will be headlining Big Day Out, as they have with both Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits.

If precedence is something we can rely on with C3 Promotions, then it’s looking like BDO 2013 will be HUGE. Take a look at the full lineup below; who do you think will make it down for Big Day Out?

Red Hot Chili Peppers
Neil Young and Crazy Horse
The Black Keys
Jack White
Florence + The Machine
The Avett Brothers
Iggy & The Stooges
AVICII
BASSNECTAR
The Roots
The Shins
Weezer
Gotye
The Civil Wars
M83
Tegan and Sara
Childish Gambino
Two Door Cinema Club
Thievery Corporation
The Afghan Whigs
Crystal Castles
Andrew Bird
Gary Clark Jr.
Metric
Band of Skulls
Esperanza Spalding
Alabama Shakes
Delta Spirit
M. Ward
Randy Rogers Band
Die Antwoord
Rufus Wainwright
NEEDTOBREATHE
Big Gigantic
Antibalas
Afrobeat Orchestra
Steve Earle
The War On Drugs
Umphrey’s McGee
Barrington Levy
Old 97’s
Punch Brothers
Bombay Bicycle Club
A-Trak
Trampled by Turtles
Patterson Hood
Michael Kiwanuka
Big K.R.I.T.
Oberhofer
POLICA
Tennis Zola Jesus
Stars
Kimbra
Black Lips
Los Campesinos!
Jovanotti
Ben Howard
Ruthie Foster
Freelance Whales
Civil Twilight
The Whigs
Dev
The Lumineers
Bad Books
The Devil Makes Three
Asleep at the Wheel
First Aid Kit
Patrick Watson
LP
Caveman
Lee Fields & The Expressions
Father John Misty
The Wombats
Dry the River
The Boxer Rebellion
Soul Rebels Brass Band Thundercat
Willis Earl Beal
He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister
Kishi Bashi
Deep Dark Woods
Moon Duo
Kopecky Family Band
River City Extension Quiet Corral
Wheeler Brothers
The Relatives
Space Capone
The Staves Native Run
Nikki Lane
Quiet Company
Infantree
Wild Child
La Vida Bohème
The Eastern Sea
The Dunwells
Kenny Vaughan Trio
Justin Jones
Sonámbulo Royal Teeth
Noah Gunderson
The Aaron Ivey Band
The Mighty Sincere Voices G.S.T.
Colorfeels
Lera Lynn
Megan McCormick
Shields of Faith
Stapletones
The Baylor Choir
Disciples of Joy
Ralph’s World
Orange Sherbet
Big Don Rocknoceros
Hullabaloo
Jambo
Peter DiStefano & Tor
The School of Rock The Q Brothers

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