WEEKENDER: Stream Austin City Limits 2015 For Free!

Catch Performances from The Strokes, Deadmau5, The Decemberists, A$AP Rocky, and More Via RedBull TV

We're not sure what the weather is like where you live, but here in California, it's finally dropping some rain on us and we're looking for some fun indoor activities this weekend. Topping our list is the free Austin City Limits 2015 Weekend One live stream, hosted by Red Bull TV.

Now in its 14th year, ACL boasts an eclectic lineup that spans nearly every genre of music. This weekend, tune in for performances from The Strokes, Deadmau5, Alabama Shakes, Of Monsters and Men, The Decemberists, A$AP Rocky and more. The web broadcast features 70 performances, beginning Friday, October 2nd at 3pm CT and continuing all weekend on Red Bull TV and online at redbull.tv/aclfest.

Red Bull TV can be accessed at redbull.tv/aclfest or via the Red Bull TV channel app, and is available through Samsung TVs, Sony BRAVIA TVs, Blu-Ray players and PlayStation®4 (PS4) and PlayStation®3 (PS3) and Apple TV. It’s also available on Android, iOS and Windows phone; and as a free downloadable app on Amazon Fire TV, Kindle Fire, Nexus Player, Roku Players, Roku TV models, and Xbox 360. The Red Bull TV broadcast will also be carried live on the festival’s website, http://www.aclfestival.com.

With three channels to choose from, viewers can enjoy a curated festival experience on Channel 1 as hosts Sal Masekela, Ted Stryker and Maz Compton take viewers to the front row for some of the best performances, backstage for interviews, and deep into the festival grounds to discover what really make ACL Fest so special. Viewers who want back-to-back performances can tune into Channels 2 and 3 where the music never stops.

Check out the list of confirmed performers below; visit http://www.aclfestival.com or redbull.tv/aclfest for more information.

A$AP Rocky
Alabama Shakes
Albert Hammond Jr.
Asleep at the Wheel
Ben Howard
Boom Forest
Dwight Yoakam
Father John Misty
Gary Clark Jr.
Glass Animals
In the Whale
Kurt Vile and The Violators
Moon Taxi
Nate Ruess
Of Monsters and Men
Royal Blood
Run the Jewels
San Fermin
Shakey Graves
Strand of Oaks
Sylvan Esso
The Decemberists
The Strokes
TV on the Radio
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Vance Joy