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Although concerts can be transcendental experiences that inspire collectivism unlike anything else on this earth, anyone who's been to a show has at least one story about another audience member tainting the experience with some form of disruptive behaviour.


Imagine for a second that you're trying to score the hottest ticket in town, and the concert sells out. Or maybe it's a band you're only kind of into but don't want to drop $100 plus service fees to see. Ticketmaster is near-impossible to beat without a playbook of tips, and StubHub can often be even pricier than the resale market.


It's not just you -- shows and movies can be really loud. Carrying earplugs in your purse or pocket might sound like the kind of thing a cranky old person might do, but if you want to be able to complain about things like theatre noise when you're ancient, it's best to protect your hearing now.


Austin City Limits is a US live music concert featuring performances by Gorillaz, Milky Chance, The Black Angels, Joseph, Red Hot Chili Peppers and more. It's a pretty solid lineup.

If you're not in Austin to attend, a number of the performances are actually available to livestream for free thanks to a partnership with Red Bull TV.