Kanye West, Stevie Wonder, Arcade Fire and Coldplay Highlight 2011 Austin City Limits Bill

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We had some fun yesterday trying to guess the bill for the 2011 Austin City Limits Musical Festival -- and, hey, we were right about Kanye West, if nothing else. Early this morning, the folks behind the festival announced for full lineup for their end-of-summer offering. And, as expected, the 10th anniversary offering of the festival features some nice gets.

Among the September 16-18 festival's highlights: On Friday, Kanye West headlines with some help from Coldplay and Bright Eyes; on Saturday, Stevie Wonder will top off a lineup that also features My Morning Jacket, TV on the Radio and Alison Krauss & Union Station; and, on Sunday, Arcade Fire closes out the bill alongside performances from Fleet Foxes, Death From Above 1979 and (yes!) Randy Newman.

After the jump, check out the lineup in full, with the names we accurately guessed listed in italics. Turns out we didn't do too terribly after all!

Friday
Kanye West
Coldplay
Nas & Damian "Jr Gong" Marley
Bright Eyes
Santigold
Pretty Lights
Big Boi
Ray LaMontagne
Old Crow Medicine Show
Cold War Kids
Delta Spirit
Foster The People
Smith Westerns
Mavis Staples
Jack Ingram
James Blake
Sara Bareilles
Wild Beasts
Brandi Carlile
Gary Clark Jr.
The Secret Sisters
Phosphorescent
Charles Bradley
Reptar
Beardyman
An Horse
Asleep at the Wheel
Futurebirds
Theophilus London
The Cave Singers
Ha Ha Tonka
Francisca Valenzuela
Miniature Tigers
Hudson Moore
Bobby Long
The Bells Of Joy
Disciples Of Christ
Sara Hickman
The School of Rock
Heidi Swedburg
Mariana Iranzi
Brady Rymer

Saturday
Stevie Wonder
My Morning Jacket
Alison Krauss & Union Station
Cee Lo
Cut Copy
TV On The Radio
Skrillex
Iron & Wine
Chromeo
Gillian Welch
Fitz and the Tantrums
Court Yard Hounds
Young The Giant
Alexander
J. Roddy Walston & the Business
Preservation Hall Jazz Band and The Del McCoury Band
City and Colour
Twin Shadow
The Antlers
Wanda Jackson
Abigail Washburn & The Village
The Belle Brigade
Aloe Blacc & The Grand Scheme
Daniel Lanois' Black Dub
Fool's Gold
Patrice Pike
The Moondoggies
Cowboy and Indian
Jon Pardi
The Warrior Gospel Band
Endurance
Tyree Morris & The Hearts of Worship
Recess Monkey
Fresh Millions
Tyler Bryant
The Kingston Springs
Chancellor Warhol

Sunday
Arcade Fire
Fleet Foxes
Social Distortion
Empire Of The Sun
Randy Newman
Ryan Bingham & The Dead Horses
Broken Social Scene
Death From Above 1979
The Airborne Toxic Event
Elbow
The Walkmen
Chiddy Bang
Gomez
AWOLNATION
Hayes Carll
North Mississippi Allstars
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.
The Head and the Heart
Mariachi El Bronx
Joseph Arthur
Bomba Estereo
MONA
The Vaccines
The Greencards
Nick 13
Ruby Jane
Little Hurricane
MilkDrive
The Lee Boys
The Durdens
Peter DiStefano & Tor
The Q Brothers
Quinn Sullivan
The Barton Hills Choir
Seth Walker
Courtney Jaye
Leroy Powell
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Darrylrs
Darrylrs

yes, sunday is the day. the walkmen, haye carll, social d, arcade fire, broken social scene, joseph arthur. hell, i'll even put up with randy newman for that! 

MattL1
MattL1

 It's not bad.  Definitely worth the $50 I paid for the wristband.  Not happy about Coldplay, but nobody is forcing me to see them.  Lots of good bands lower down on the bill, and Sunday is shaping up to be pretty spectacular. 

chris
chris

Holy shit Sunday

Chris Danger
Chris Danger

 Im not impressed w/ the line-up..its looking like a "greatest hits" compilation of the past ten years..Really, who thought people would want to see Randy "Short People" Newman and Kanye on the same bill...

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