Big Name Bands

Check out the big-name artists playing Austin's biggest venue this spring and summer

Big-name artists playing Austin's biggest venue this spring & summer

Arcade Fire in concert "Reflektor Tour"
Arcade Fire.  Courtesy photo
RodeoHouston, Tim McGraw concert, March 2013
Tim McGraw.  Photo by © Chinh Phan
Lionel Richie in concert
Lionel Richie.  Photo courtesy of Live Nation
One Republic. OneRepublic/Facebook
Arcade Fire in concert "Reflektor Tour"
RodeoHouston, Tim McGraw concert, March 2013
Lionel Richie in concert

The Austin360 Amphitheater at the Circuit of the Americas is bringing big-name bands to Austin this spring and summer. Technically located just outside of the city limits, Austin360 is the city's largest music venue — and a golden ticket to see larger-than-life acts that, in the past, would have skirted around Austin in favor of other Texas locales. The amphitheater's sophomore season, which kicks off in April, features an impressive lineup that could be worth the price of admission — and the drive out.

April 10: Arcade Fire
The Grammy Award winners return to Austin on the Reflektor Tour. Lost Bayou Ramblers open. 

May 1: Tobymac, Skillet, Lecrae
Another Grammy Award winner, Tobymac is a mainstay Christian artist, known for songs where spirituality and life collide. 

May 23: Redfest
You might be a redneck if... Jeff Foxworthy, Tim McGraw, Florida Georgia Line, Larry The Cable Guy and Lynyrd Skynyrd headline this three-day festival celebrating people who work hard and play harder. 

May 31: Jimmy Buffet
Unite with fellow Parrotheads and escape to Margaritaville when Jimmy Buffet and his Coral Reefer Band return to town. 

July 10: Lionel Richie
After his ACL Fest appearance was cut short due to flooding, Richie plays Austin once more, with special guest Ceelo Green. 

July 12: KISS and Def Leppard
Legendary rock gods KISS and Def Leppard co-headline a massive tour celebrating KISS's 40-year legacy. 

August 2: Fall Out Boy
On a crusade to save rock 'n' roll, Fall Out Boy will be joined by the equally infectious Paramour. 

August 14: NIN and Soundgarden
Just announced this week, Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden are embarking on a summer tour sure to satiate the '90s grunge fan in all of us. 

August 23: One Republic
The summer concert season closes out with a visit from Top 40 darlings, One Republic. 


For more information, visit Austin360's website