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Outside Lands Announces Daily Lineups, Single Day Tickets

12:01 PM Tuesday 6/16/09 | |

The San Francisco festival hosting Pearl Jam, Dave Matthews Band, Beastie Boys and Black Eyed Peas as well as zillions of artists and bands makes it all nice and neat with a daily schedule for you to peruse and single-day tickets for folks unable to commit to three wonderful days in San Francisco.

Presented by Another Planet Entertainment, Superfly Presents and Starr Hill Presents in a partnership with the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department, the second annual Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival takes place in Golden Gate Park August 28-30. With a first-day schedule that’s nothing short of incredible, the festival just gets better as the weekend continues.

Opening day on Friday features Pearl Jam in the headliner slot, with a lineup that includes Incubus, Thievery Corporation, Tom Jones, Silversun Pickups and The National.

Dave Matthews Band tops a Saturday of great music that also features Black Eyed Peas, The Mars Volta, Jason Mraz, TV On The Radio, Conor Oberst And The Mystic Valley Band and Robert Randolph & The Family Band.

On Sunday look for the Beastie Boys in the headliner slot, with M.I.A., Ween, Modest Mouse, Band of Horses, The Dead Weather, Atmosphere and Lucinda Williams among the performers.

What’s more, the festival is still adding artists and bands. Like Autolux for Friday, Street Sweeper Social Club and Infantree for Saturday and Alpha Blondy and Cage The Elephant for Sunday.

Single day tickets for Outside Lands go on sale June 21 at 10 a.m. San Francisco time. Advance Single Day tickets are priced at $89.50 and VIP single day tickets cost $235. There’s also a Visa Signature pre-sale beginning Wednesday, June 17.

  • Beastie Boys

    Sasquatch Festival, The Gorge Amphitheatre, George, Wash.
    May 27, 2007

    (Christopher Nelson)

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According to the festival’s Web site, there are still a limited number of Advance 3-day tickets priced at $225.50  Outside Lands will also offer regular 3-day tickets at a time closer to the August event at a price to be determined.

Outside Lands also announced Bauer’s Intelligent Transportation as the premier transportation provider. A Bauer’s Shuttle Pass guarantees roundtrip transportation from any of six locations in San Francisco and Daly City to the park. Festivalgoers can also add the cost of a shuttle pass to their ticket order or purchase passes separately.

  • Black Eyed Peas

    IZOD Center, East Rutherford, NJ
    May 16, 2009

    (AP Photo / Charles Sykes)

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Yes, that’s a lot of information to digest in one read. That’s why it’s important to visit the Outside Lands Web site. Just click here.


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