June 23, 2008

New bands added to San Francisco’s Outside Lands Festival in August

It’s looking like the next festival on the Fuel/Friends docket is the inaugural Outside Lands Art & Music Festival at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park in August. As a native from the Bay Area, I am looking forward to returning for a festival of this magnitude, quality, and scenic placement (akin to Treasure Island in terms of taking advantage of the local environment).

Check the full lineup, with some new additions announced today (and relevant links to Fuel/Friends content to entertain you while my server is down and Monday Music Roundups languish):

OUTSIDE LANDS ART & MUSIC FESTIVAL

*FRIDAY AUGUST 22* (starts 5pm)
Radiohead
Beck
Manu Chao
The Black Keys
Cold War Kids
Steel Pulse
Black Mountain
The Felice Brothers
Howlin Rain
The Dynamites
Carney

*SATURDAY AUGUST 23* (starts 1pm)
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals
Primus
Steve Winwood
Lupe Fiasco
Café Tacvba (so much fun at Coachella)
Regina Spektor
Galactic’s Crescent City Soul Krewe feat. Dirty Dozen Horns
M. Ward
Devendra Banhart
Matt Nathanson (always a riot)
Two Gallants
Dredg
Abigail Washburn & the Sparrow Quartet feat. Bela Fleck
The Walkmen
Sidestepper
Kaki King
The Coup (these guys blew me away in 07)
Donavon Frankenreiter
Nellie McKay
Goapele
Sean Hayes
Rupa & The April Fishes
Everest (hot tip!)

*SUNDAY AUGUST 24* (starts 1pm)
Jack Johnson
Wilco
Widespread Panic
Rodrigo Y Gabriela
Broken Social Scene
Andrew Bird
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
Drive-By Truckers
Toots & the Maytals
Stars
Rogue Wave
ALO
Jackie Greene
Mike Gordan
The Cool Kids
Grace Potter & The Nocturnals
Little Brother
Bon Iver
The Mother Hips
Nicole Atkins & The Sea
K’naan
Back Door Slam
Culver City Dub Collective

Tickets are on-sale now (single day or 3-day passes). This one won’t have camping, but I’m stoked to festivate again!

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6 Comments »

  • Yeah, got my pass a month ago and I’m psyched for this show since I was underwhelmed by the Treasure Island Fest’s lineup. (though I’ll probably hit that too.)

    Payo — June 23, 2008 @ 6:06 pm

  • Yay, you decided to come!!

    Hit me up, I owe you a beer (or is it four)…

    :)

    Jason — June 23, 2008 @ 6:09 pm

  • That’s a pretty sweet looking lineup. You could theoretically see Steve Winwood and Lupe Fiasco in the same day!

    - Neil

    Anonymous — June 24, 2008 @ 6:49 am

  • Not a bad lineup at all. Check out Back Door Slam on Sunday – Great group.

    ss — June 24, 2008 @ 7:09 am

  • Cannot wait. We’re coming all the way from Edmonton, Alberta for this one. Having Mike Gordon and Bela Fleck added is just a huge bonus.

    Jamoo — June 24, 2008 @ 8:38 am

  • Damn this line up rocks!
    Here in Belgium we have also pretty big nice festivals like werchter and pukkelpop.
    But this year no Manu Chao and Felice Brothers on the program.
    San Francisco you are spoiled!

    Is this organisation also live nation?

    DeRob — June 25, 2008 @ 9:48 am

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