If you’re looking forward to concerts, your chance is finally here!
On March 18, Outside Lands announced their lineup for their weekend festival, which is set to take place Oct. 29-31 at the Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. The lineup includes Tame Impala, Lizzo, The Strokes, Tyler, The Creator, Vampire Weekend, J. Balvin, Kehlani, Young Thug and and many more.
The 2020 event took place on streaming platforms, as everything was closed due to COVID-19. They continued with their lineup and held high expectations for their 2021 festival, and are currently making it happen.
— Outside Lands (@sfoutsidelands) March 18, 2021
“The health and safety of the Outside Lands and San Francisco communities remains our top priority,” the festival team wrote on the Outside Lands website. “We are working closely with local and state officials to create the safest festival experience possible. As guidance on openings of public gatherings is shifting rapidly, the move to October allows us the time to work collectively to determine any new safety procedures necessary to implement during the festival,” it continued. “In the meanwhile please do what you can to help us with this effort by continuing to wear your masks and getting your vaccine when it’s your turn!”
The event is set to take place during Halloween, and the theme for it is what you guess – Halloween. In a post, on the official Outside Lands Instagram page, they showcased a night filled with orange lights, forest trees, and many people. And on their official site, they even confirmed that it would be Halloween-themed.
ranger dave is already planning his outside lands costume…
— Outside Lands (@sfoutsidelands) March 24, 2021
“We are excited to return to Golden Gate Park with a special Halloween edition of the festival – and knowing how much Halloween means to San Francisco, you can expect a few treats in store,” the official site read.
Outside Lands opened up their ticket sites to secure payment plans around Dec. 2020, before they went on sale on March 18, 2021. They have been officially sold out, but you can get a chance to score one-day passes within the next few months.