Outside Lands: The Lineup

If you’re unaware as to what Outside Lands is, you really need to get out more, but nonetheless, it’s a gigantic music festival (over 65,000 concertgoers) that takes place in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California. The festival takes place over three days, August 7-9, and features some of the biggest names in music. This year is going to be my first time going to Outside Lands, or even San Francisco for that matter, and I could not be more excited. The lineup goes as follows:

-Elton John
-Mumford & Sons
-The Black Keys
-Sam Smith
-Kendrick Lamar
-Wilco
-Axwell & Ingrosso
-Tame Impala
-D’Angelo and the Vanguard
-St. Vincent
-Porter Robinson
-Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals
-Billy Idol
-G-Eazy
-Hot Chip
-Slightly Stoopid
-Caribou
-Milky Chance
-Chet Faker
-The Devil Makes Three
-Nate Ruess
-Odeza
-First Aid Kit
-Toro Y Moi
-RL Grime
-Lake Street Dive
-Mac Demarco
-George Ezra
-Lindsay Stirling
-Iration
-Angus & Julia Stone
-DJ Mustard
-St. Paul & The Broken Bones
-Glass Animals
-Laura Marling
-James Bay
-Green Velvet & Claude Vonstroke: Get Real
-Django Django
-Classixx
-Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe
-Sky Ferreira
-Leon Bridges
-Robert Delong
-Unknown Mortal Orchestra
-SZA
-ALLAH-LAS
-Shakey Graves
-Dan Deacon
-Benjamin Booker
-Misterwives
-Langhorne Slim & The Law
-Ryn Weaver
-Broods
-Hurray for the Riff Raff
-Giraffage
-Givers
-Alvvays
-Twin Peaks
-The Family Crest
-The Revivalists
-Metz
-Stand of Oaks
-Speedy Ortiz
-Fantastic Negrito
-DMA’s
-Natalie Prass
-Alex Bleeker & The Freaks
-The Sam Chase
-Devon Baldin
-The Tropics

WITH MORE BEING ADDED AS THE CONCERT GETS CLOSER.

My trip is going to span from August 6th-11th so it’s going to be a rather fast trip. We’ll leave August 6th as early as possible, and make the 8 hour drive from San Diego up to San Francisco. I can’t wait to see the Golden Gate Bridge, it’s been on my bucketlist for quiet some time. Now, we’re driving so we’ll just have to pay for gas which is much more cost efficient than flying up there.

Hotels are going to be a little more tricky, especially because they’ll need to be booked far in advance to get a decent deal during that weekend. However, everyone knows that San Francisco is one of the most expensive cities to vacation in, in the country. The cheapest hotels I can even begin to find, that are decent enough to stay four nights in, all start at $150 a night. I usually never book hotels more than $100 a night but it looks like I’m going to have to make an exception on this trip.

From what I hear, San Francisco is magical. The second your eyes hit that Golden Gate Bridge it’s something that’ll never be forgotten. I can’t wait to submerge myself in that city, walk the streets with the locals, and sip cappuccinos at a local coffee shop, not to mention have the experience of a lifetime at Outside Lands. G-Eazy, I’m coming for you.

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About mackblack22

I created this blog as an inspirational site for student travelers. I wanted to show people that you can visit all sorts of amazing places if you just know how to plan properly. I am here to help. This blog features my experiences traveling the world and how I did it so that you can get a better idea of where to begin when planning a trip of your own. Questions are always welcome!

2 Responses

  1. You should look into the green tortoise hostel. I think it’s about $35/night for a bed in a shared room. I haven’t been to the one in SF but the one in Seattle is awesome. You’ll meet amazing people there. San Francisco is one of the best cities.

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