Outside Lands: San Fran’s most delicious music festival Known as the place that top bands come for the food, whether they are playing or not, Outside Lands has a three-course, 30 brewers, arts and music experience to delight the masses. Northern California’s eccentric festival held at Golden Gate Park has over 60 musical acts play […]Outside Lands Festival 2020 9th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94118, USA San Francisco California United States
Known as the place that top bands come for the food, whether they are playing or not, Outside Lands has a three-course, 30 brewers, arts and music experience to delight the masses. Northern California’s eccentric festival held at Golden Gate Park has over 60 musical acts play on several stages, headliners have include Radiohead, The black Keys, Ben Harper, Pearl Jam, Metallica, Beck, the Weekend and Florence and he Machine to 60,000 revellers each day of the event.
The festival grounds include several art installations, the Polo Fields that is home to the Lands End Stage, Hellman’s Hollow, Speedway Meadow containing the Twin Peaks and Panhandle stages, and Lindley Meadow where the Sutro and Presidio stages lie.
Over 80 restaurants provide a selection of some of the best food the San Francisco region has to offer, from gourmet burgers served at Marlowe, to the fresh morning buns at Tartine, a now internationally-recognized bakery, there are even michelin starred restaurant chefs to serve it directly.
‘Enjoy the “feast in the trees, at the event that features food from celebrity chefs, fine wine and craft beer topped of with the worlds premier music.’
A towering beer mug reading “Ye Ole Beer Lands,” beckons all brew lovers into Beer Lands. Beer Lands gathers 30 breweries, hailing from all over the area to serve their brew to fans. There are also a 120 local wines on offer in the highly competitive Wine Lands.
Summer’s at Outside Lands are notoriously foggy and cool, so theres nothing quite like listening to music in the cool misty foggy lights and the ambience this festival brings to it’s forest and meadows.
San Francisco is located on the West Coast of the United States at the north end of the Peninsula and includes significant stretches of the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay within its boundaries. The area is known for its booming tech sector and locally produced food and wine.
Arrive direct into San Francisco Airport and take a bus transfer or rapid rail to local accomodations.
Driving around the city without a car is not only easy and affordable, it’s actually more convenient 99% of the time. Driving in the city can be challenging and parking fees are costly.
With app-based transportation services, including Lyft and Uber, arrange to ride with local drivers, there is also a local taxi service and private shuttle buses.
The San Mateo County Transit Agency runs public buses around the city, while the local cable cars are great for hopping on and off at tourism destinations.
Caltrain provides commuter rail service along the San Francisco Peninsula. Amtrak provides train services between the major cities.
San Francisco offers travellers many different styles of accomodation including top hotels, hostels, guesthouses and Airbnb’s.
USA Hostels San Francisco provides basic 4-person dorms, free Wi-Fi and lockers, as well as en suite or shared bathrooms. Private rooms add cable TV, minifridges and microwaves.
Complimentary breakfast features all-you-can-eat pancakes. Amenities include a 50-seat theater with free popcorn, plus a yoga studio, walking tours and organized activities.
The InterContinental San Francisco is centrally located. It’s contemporary rooms feature deluxe bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and paid Wi-Fi access as well as iPod docks and minifridges. Some suites offer living rooms, terraces and panoramic city views. There is a fine-dining restaurant, a bar, and a 24-hour fitness center with an indoor pool.
The city is known for its year-round fog, iconic Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars and colorful Victorian houses. In the bay sits Alcatraz Island, site of the notorious former prison.
The Cable Car Museum is a free museum in the Nob Hill neighborhood of San Francisco, California. It contains historical and explanatory exhibits on the San Francisco cable car system, which can itself be regarded as a working museum.
The Exploratorium is a museum in San Francisco that allows visitors to explore the world through science, art, and human perception using innovative technologies and interactive exhibits.
The dates for Outside Lands Festival are August 7-9, 2020.
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