Radiohead, LCD Soundsystem, Lionel Richie Headline Outside Lands Festival In San Francisco
April 5, 2016 at 12:15 PM (PT)
RADIOHEAD, LCD SOUNDSYSTEM, LIONEL RICHIE, J. COLE, LANA DEL REY, DURAN DURAN, ZEDD, AIR, SUFJAN STEVENS, RYAN ADAMS, BEACH HOUSE, HALSEY, GRIMES and JASON ISBELL are among the headliners for this year's 9th annual OUTSIDE LANDS FESTIVAL, AUGUST 5th through 7th at SAN FRANCISCO's GOLDEN GATE PARK, presented by ANOTHER PLANET ENTERTAINMENT, SUPERFLY and STARR HILL.
Following five consecutive sold-out years, OUTSIDE LANDS has announced both three-day and single-day GA and VIP tickets will go on sale THURSDAY, APRIL 7th at 10a (PT) at www.sfoutsidelands.com/. A portion of every ticket sold will directly benefit SAN FRANCISCO's RECREATION AND PARK DEPARTMENT.
The 2016 OUTSIDE LANDS line-up sets irrefutable icons like RADIOHEAD (who, as the opening night headliners at 2008's inaugural OUTSIDE LANDS, made history as the first act to ever play GOLDEN GATE PARK after dark), LCD SOUNDSYSTEM, and LIONEL RICHIE alongside influential artists such as PEACHES, contemporary hit makers LANA DEL REY, YEARS & YEARS and KEHLANI, EDM icons GRIZ, JAUZ, and RÜFÜS DU SOL, rock and folk heroes RYAN ADAMS and BRANDI CARLILE, indie favorites MIIKE SNOW and LORD HURON, collaborations like BIG GRAMS (BIG BOI + PHANTOGRAM), and THE CLAYPOOL LENNON DELIRIUM, rising hip hop stars VINCE STAPLES and ANDERSON .PAAK, as well as LETTUCE, IBEYI, KAMASI WASHINGTON, NATHANIEL RATELIFF AND THE NIGHT SWEATS and a very special performance by THE MUPPETS' DR. TEETH AND THE ELECTRIC MAYHEM, their first-ever live festival performance.
The world's only gourmet music festival, OUTSIDE LANDS 2016 will once again offer ticket-holders a wide array of culinary options, including chef driven fare and street food as well as wines and craft brews found in NORTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Based on a 2011 economic study, it is estimated that OUTSIDE LANDS generates over $70 million annually to the local economy. Organizers have raised over $13.7 million to benefit the RECREATION AND PARK DEPARTMENT, with more than $3 million raised in 2015 alone.