The music never stops in Austin. Texas Athletics announced today that Ludacris is headlining the Longhorn City Limits post-game concert after the April 13 Orange-White spring football game.
The three-time Grammy winner is also joined by hip-hop artist Noah North. Longhorn City Limits concerts are held on the LBJ Lawn and are free and open to the public.
“It is going to be a fun day in Austin, and what a thrill it will be to see a legendary, award-winning singer like Ludacris performing live," coach Tom Herman said in a press release. "I’ve always been a huge fan and love his music, but more importantly, know players, students, recruits, fans and so many others will enjoy the show because he and his music transcend so many generations. We’re thrilled that he’s coming to Austin and making our day an extra special one.”
Longhorn City Limits is part of the "Made in Austin Weekend," held April 12-14, which includes the Longhorn Run, the spring football game, baseball games, and other events on Bevo Boulevard.
"Longhorn City Limits has become an integral part of our gameday experience at The University of Texas," Vice President and Director for Athletics Chris Del Conte said in the press release. "Longhorns fans can look forward to a phenomenal postgame concert series headlined by Ludacris to cap off an incredible day of events on the Forty Acres. It’s another chance to celebrate Texas among a weekend of festivities."
Other artists part of the pre- and post-game concerts for Longhorn City Limits will be announced later.