OUTSIDE LANDS DAILY LINEUPS ANNOUNCED

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Outside Lands, which takes place this year on Halloween weekend, will begin selling single day tickets this Thursday, April 29 at 10 a.m. 3-day GA and VIP tickets are completely sold out, with only a handful of 3-Day Golden Gate Club tickets still remaining. 

Single Day GA ($165.00), Single Day VIP ($375.00) and Single Day Golden Gate Club tickets will be available exclusively at www.sfoutsidelands.com

Outside Lands is also thrilled to share the daily lineups for Outside Lands 2021. The lineup includes The Strokes and Tyler, The Creator on Friday night, Lizzo and Vampire Weekend on Saturday with Tame Impala and J Balvin closing out the festival on Sunday night. 

The full breakdown of artists is below. View the daily lineups HERE 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29

The Strokes

Tyler, the Creator

Glass Animals

Kaytranada

Khruangbin

EARTHGANG

Sharon Van Etten

SG Lewis

Flo Milli

JPEGMAFIA

DRAMA

070 Shake

Trevor Daniel

Moses Sumney

The HU

Yung Bae

The Soul Rebels

Crooked Colours

Buscabulla

Q

Sofía Valdés

Bartees Strange

Amy Allen

Noga Erez

Madeline Kenney

Shilan

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30

Lizzo

Vampire Weekend 

ZHU

Young Thug

Lord Huron

Melanie Martinez

24kGoldn

Angel Olsen

Marc Rebillet 

A R I Z O N A 

Rico Nasty

Dr. Dog

Shiba San

Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness 

The Midnight

Dijon

Bakar 

Hinds

Julia Jacklin

Remi Wolf

Rexx Life Raj 

JESSIA

Brijean

ODIE

Post Animal

Nap Eyes 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31

Tame Impala

J Balvin

Rüfüs Du Sol

Kehlani 

Nelly

Brittany Howard

Burna Boy 

TroyBoi

SOFI TUKKER

Boy Pablo 

mxmtoon

Caroline Polachek

Yves Tumor and Its Band

Scarypoolparty 

J.Phlip

Marc E. Bassy

Goth Babe

Cam

Neil Frances

Cannons

Resistance Revival Chorus

Claud

Evann McIntosh

Neal Francis

An avid drummer whose discography includes albums on Digital Nations (a Steve Vai imprint), music critic Louis Raphael has always kept a pulse on the San Francisco music scene. After many years as the San Francisco Music Examiner for Examiner.com and AXS.com, he decided to start Music in SF® as a way to showcase what the San Francisco music scene really has to offer.