Outside Lands Survival Guide 

Some of what you need to know to enjoy the shows.

General Admission one-day festival ticket, $85.00; three-day, $225.50. VIP one-day, $249.50; three-day, $695.00. VIP three-day festival two-pack w/ parking, $1,495. No reissues for lost or stolen tickets. 

Parking extremely limited. Transit strongly encouraged. Tow trucks and DPT enforcement high. No overnight parking or camping in Golden Gate Park. From the East Bay, take BART to Powell Street. Muni #5 to 25th Avenue. 

Friday, August 22
Gates open at 3 p.m., show is at 5 p.m. 
Manu Chao 
The Black Keys 
Cold War Kids 
Steel Pulse 
Lyrics Born 
Black Mountain 
Benevento/Russo Duo 
The Felice Brothers 
Howlin' Rain 
The Dynamites featuring Charles Walker 

Saturday, August 23
Gates at 11 a.m., show at 1 p.m. 
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers 
Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals 
Steve Winwood 
Café Tacuba 
Lupe Fiasco 
Regina Spector 
Galactic's Crescent City Soul Krewe 
M. Ward 
Devendra Banhart 
Matt Nathanson 
Two Gallants 
Abigail Washburn and the Sparrow Quartet Featuring Béla Fleck 
The Walkmen 
Kaki King 
The Coup 
Donavon Frankenreiter 
Nellie McKay 
Sean Hayes 
Rupa and the April Fishes 
Thriving Ivory 

Sunday, August 24
Gates open at 11 a.m., show is at 1 p.m. 
Jack Johnson 
Widespread Panic 
Rodrigo Y Gabriela 
Broken Social Scene 
Andrew Bird 
Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings 
Drive-By Truckers 
Toots & the Maytals 
Rogue Wave 
Jackie Greene 
Los Amigos Invisibles 
Mike Gordon 
The Cools Kids 
Grace Potter and the Nocturnals 
Little Brother 
Bon Iver 
Vienna Teng 
The Mother Hips 
The Mighty Underdogs featuring Gift of Gab, Lateef, and Headnodic 
Nicole Atkins and the Sea 
Sila and the Afrofunk Experience 
Culver City Dub Collective 

What to Bring
Blankets, layered clothing, comfy shoes, collapsible chairs, soft-sided coolers, regular-size/unframed backpacks, two factory-sealed water bottles up to 1 liter each, empty Camelbak or other empty plastic container (i.e., Nalgene bottle), ice in soft-sided cooler or Camelbak, binoculars, personal cameras (i.e., small digital cameras or point-and-click 35mm cameras). 

What Not to Bring
Weapons, illegal substances, framed or large backpacks, alcohol (alcohol will be sold at the festival), glass containers, large bags of ice, skateboards, scooters, or personal motorized vehicles, bicycles inside festival grounds (bike racks are available at Marks Meadow), fireworks and explosives, instruments and laser pointers, umbrellas, picnic baskets, lawn furniture, large or hard-sided coolers, tents, pets (except service dogs), video equipment — no video recording will be allowed, professional still camera equipment (no detachable lenses, tripods, big zooms, or commercial use rigs), audio recording equipment, no illegal vending is permitted — no unauthorized/unlicensed vendors allowed. 


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