Superfly Presents, Another Planet Entertainment, and Starr Hill Presents annual music festival, Outside Lands, will be hosting their 10 year anniversary celebration on August 11-13 in San Francisco’s historic Golden Gate Park.
This year’s line up promises to be as big as the 10 year anniversary makes it to be. With headliners such as Metallica, The Who, Gorillaz, Lorde, and A Tribe Called Quest it’s no wonder why the buzz around this festival is generating all sorts of hype on Twitter.
— alex (@darkcloudsz) March 30, 2017
ranger dave needs to drop the lineup before I drop $400 @sfoutsidelands
— CVC (@caseyvc32) March 30, 2017
— Danny Devito (@AliAlivenegas) March 30, 2017
For festival headliners The Who, the Outside Lands performance will take place immediately after their six shows at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas which begins July 29th and wraps August 11th, according to The Guardian . The Vegas residency comes as the Who wind down their “last big tour,” which began in 2014 and will reschedule shows next month in England.
Meanwhile, Metallica will play the festival towards the end of their North American tour, while Outside Lands marks another music festival for Lorde, who will also play at Cochella 2017 in Indio, CA. Lorde will also release her long-awaited sophomore album, Melodrama, June 16th. Outside Lands is also currently the only North American date Gorillaz have scheduled as they plan to release their album, Humanz, on April 28th.
You can check out the promo video and the lineup for Outside Lands 2017 below:
In addition to a stacked line up, attendees can also enjoy a broad range of culinary experiences. This year, festival goers will have access to more than 80 Bay Area restaurants, 40 plus North California wineries, and close to 30 regional breweries.
Outside Lands will also feature a comedy lineup again this year which has yet to be announced.
Both 3-day and single-day General Admission and VIP tickets go on sale Thursday, April 6 at 10 AM Pacific Time here on there website! Make sure to cop your tickets as fast as possible because the past six years of the festival have sold out.
A portion of every ticket sold will benefit San Francisco’s Recreation and Park Department.