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Stream performances from the Austin City Limits Festival this weekend

Thanks to Red Bull TV, you won't have to leave your couch to watch live performances.
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09.29.16
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Planning on a weekend at home? Allow us to provide an entertainment suggestion. Like it does with Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza, Red Bull TV is providing music fans who aren't making the trip a way to watch live performances from this weekend's Austin City Limits Music Festival. The livestreaming starts tomorrow at 3PM ET and runs through Sunday with LCD System, M83, Major Lazer, Local Natives, Mumford & Sons and many more scheduled to take the stage.

When the time comes, Red Bull TV has apps for Android, iOS, Kindle Fire and Windows 10 or you can watch on the web. What's more, the livestreams are also available on Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, Roku, PlayStation, Xbox, Samsung Blu-ray players and both Samsung and LG smart TVs. There are plenty of viewing options and the live shows are free to watch, so if you didn't have any plans this weekend, there's an easy activity that doesn't require you to leave your favorite chair.

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