Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater celebrates 7th anniversary with ticket giveaways

ACL Live at The Moody Theater celebrates its seventh anniversary on Feb. 10.

ACL Live at The Moody Theater celebrates its seventh anniversary on Feb. 10.

Feb. 10 marks seven years since Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater first opened its doors and became the new filming location for the “Austin City Limits” TV show, according to a press release.

To honor the anniversary, ACL Live, located at 310 W. Willie Nelson Blvd., Ste. 1B, Austin, will give away one pair of tickets to each concert in February.

Each entry to win tickets to a February concert also serves as an entry to a “VIP experience” giveaway. The VIP giveaway includes a pair of tickets to any upcoming ACL Live concert, a dinner for two at TRACE, located across the street from the theater and one night’s stay at the W Austin as well as various ACL Live merchandise.

Entrants must be 21 years of age or older, and the concert of the contestant’s choosing cannot be an ACL TV taping or private event, according to the release. Opportunities to enter ticket giveaway contests are posted to ACL Live’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts as well as sent out in its email newsletter.

See the complete list of February shows with ticket giveaways below.

Sunday, Feb. 11-The Magic of Adam Trent

Wednesday, Feb. 14-A Valentine Evening with Bob Schneider & the Moonlight Orchestra with special guests

Thursday, Feb. 15-St. Paul & The Broken Bones benefiting Any Baby Can’s Rockin’ Round Up 2018

Friday, Feb. 16-Pat Green with Mike Ryan

Saturday, Feb. 16-Watson with Runaway June

Sunday, Feb. 18-G-Eazy: The Beautiful & Damned Tour with Trippie Redd, Phora & Anthony Russo

Tuesday, Feb. 22-St. Vincent: Fear the Future Tour

Friday, Feb. 23-St. Vincent: Fear the Future Tour

Saturday, Feb. 24-Rebelution with Raging Fyah

Sunday, Feb. 25-Foreigner

Wednesday, Feb. 28—The Austin Chronicle & SXSW present The Austin Music Awards
By Emma Whalen
Emma is Community Impact Newspaper's Houston City Hall reporter. Previously, she covered public health, education and features for several Austin-area publications. A Boston native, she is a former student athlete and alumna of The University of Texas at Austin.


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