Tickets for 2023's Austin City Limits Music Festival are now available following the release of the event's lineup on May 9.

Kendrick Lamar, Foo Fighters, Mumford & Sons, Odesza, The Lumineers, Alanis Morissette and Hozier will headline both weekends of the two-week festival. Shania Twain is set to appear on the first weekend only, and The 1975 will perform on the second weekend.

ACL will take place Oct. 6-8 and 13-15. The festival is returning to Zilker Metropolitan Park for its 22nd year in Austin.

Three-day festival passes are now on sale for both weekends starting at $335 for general admission. Several higher tiers of ticket packages are available as well.

Alongside the lineup announcement and ticket release, festival organizers and the Austin Parks Foundation shared that 2022's ACL Fest contributed nearly $450 million to the local economy and generated $7.2 million for park improvements around Austin.

Since it began in the early 2000s, ACL has generated more than $3 billion in Austin's economy and $55 million for the parks system, according to an analysis by AngelouEconomics based on data from promoter C3 Presents.