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    Local music fans had been waiting for it to happen for a very long time. Then, finally, it did — Green Day, one of the most popular Bay Area bands of all time, headlined Outside Lands in San Francisco on Aug. 6. And it turned out to be every bit worth the wait as the Contra Costa County-born band — consisting of vocalist-guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong, bassist Mike Dirnt and drummer Tre Cool — had tens of thousands of fans bouncing along to their platinum-plus-selling pop-punk tunes on Day 2 of the festival in Golden Gate Park. It was a triumphant showing for these hometown heroes, who fans have long expected — and hoped — would top a Outside Lands bill one of these year. Most assumed it would’ve already happened by now, especially given that the Bay Area’s other biggest band — Metallica — has already headlined the festival twice (in 2012 and 2017). Yet, it turns out that fans weren’t the only ones eagerly awaiting for Green Day to play the festival “Green Day is a conversation that...
    SZA wasn’t going to let anything stop her from performing at the 2022 Outside Lands festival. “I had COVID like a week ago,” the R&B vocalist told the thousands of fans assembled before her in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. “And it beat my (expletive). “I was definitely fighting for my life to be with you.” And the fans certainly appreciated the efforts of the St. Louis native, who headlined the big Lands End Stage and capped off 10 hours of music performed by 40-plus acts across nine stages on Day One (Aug. 5) of the festival. Other popular attractions of the day included hip-hop star Lil Uzi Vert, comedic rapper-rocker Oliver Tree, acclaimed indie-folk-pop singer-songwriter Phoebe Bridgers and English electronic music duo Disclosure. The three-day festival was set to continue on Saturday with a long-awaited headlining set from legendary Bay Area pop-punk act Green Day as well as performances by blazing hot rapper Jack Harlow, local hip-hop hero Larry June, rising alt-rock star Kenny Hoopla and many others. On Sunday, the bountiful lineup includes hip-hop star Post Malone...
    Music fans can enjoy this year’s Outside Lands without ever leaving the house. That’s because the music festival — set for Aug. 5-7 at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco — is once again partnering with Twitch to livestream portions of the event. Post Malone, Lil Uzi Vert, Rina Sawayama, Phoebe Bridgers, Weezer, the Marías, Oliver Tree, Kim Petras, Dayglow, Washed Out, Local Natives, Larry June and 100 GECS are among the acts set to be streamed via the homes via the Outside Lands Twitch channel at twitch.tv/sfoutsidelands. Twitch will be hosting 8-plus hours of programming per day, delivering performances from the festival’s three main stages — Lands End, Twin Peaks and Sutro. The channel will also be showing interviews with some of the artists at the festival as well as engagements via Twitch chat. Here are the daily Twitch Outside Lands lineups. For more information about the festival, visit sfoutsidelands.com. Friday, August 5th: Phoebe Bridgers Lil Uzi Vert Oliver Tree The Marías Dayglow Hiatus Kaiyote Washed Out Role Model Duckwrth The Beths Saturday, August 6: Rina Sawayama Local Natives...
    Following last year’s Halloween weekend episode, Outside Lands is moving back to its usual early August spot in 2022. The festival offers its usual impressive collection of headliners and other top touring acts — including SZA, Green Day, Post Malone, Jack Harlow, Mitski, Weezer, Kali Uchis, Phoebe Bridgers and Lil Uzi Vert — for its three-day run, Aug. 5-7, at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. Attendees probably don’t need us to spend much time slinging the virtues of the bigger-name acts. After all, those artists are likely the main reasons why fans bought passes in the first place. Yet, if you’re looking for recommendations on lesser-known acts performing at the festival, we are more than happy to oblige. Here’s a look at a dozen must-see acts listed further down on the bill. You might not know all their names — at least not yet — but they are all worth your attention at the 2022 Outside Lands. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit sfoutsidelands.com. Day 1 Ashe: We’ll kick off our picks on a local note and recommend...
    The Breakaway Music Festival is coming to California. The traveling event — which focuses largely on electronic/DJ music and already has stops set up in four other parts of the country — takes over the Oakland Arena grounds on Oct. 14 and 15. The lineup in Oakland includes Gryffin, Louis the Child, Big Wild, Said the Sky, Tycho, Aluna (of AlunaGeorge), Bryce Vine, DROELOE, Frank Walker, Endless Summer: Jonas Blue x SamFeldt, MEMBA (DJ set), Netsky, Snakehips, So Tuff So Cute (Mija & GG Magree), Whethan, Austin Millz, JAWNS, Jon Casey, Kilamanzego, Łaszewo, Noodles, pluko, Syence, with more to be announced at a later date. Two-day passes for Breakaway California start at $149 and go on sale at 10 a.m. July 21, breakawayfestival.com. Breakaway is presented by Prime Social Group, which has joined forces with Outside Lands producers Another Planet Entertainment for the stop in Oakland. *“We’re thrilled to announce the fifth and final festival for Breakaway in California,” says Zach Ruben, co-founder of Prime Social Group. “We’re excited to also be introducing a new market into the mix with this...
    The daily lineups for Outside Lands have been announced. SZA headlines on Day One (Aug. 5), while Green Day takes the stage on Day Two (Aug. 6) and Post Malone is set to close out the three-day festival on Aug. 6. The complete daily lineups are listed below. Also, single-day tickets — priced from $175 to $1,995 — go on sale at 10 a.m., www.sfoutsidelands.com. A limited number of three-day passes are also still available. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5 SZA Phoebe Bridgers Lil Uzi Vert Disclosure Oliver Tree The Marías Dayglow Purple Disco Machine Related Articles Music | Review: Paul McCartney amazes during first of two Oakland shows Music | Review: Lorde shines like the sun during San Francisco concert Music | Cruel World by the Bay: Classic ’80s acts head our way Music | NorCal-born K-LOVE radio celebrates 40 years of music and ministry Music | San Jose bluesman cuts short Russia tour, organizes Ukraine benefit concert Hiatus Kaiyote Washed Out Ashe ROLE MODEL ANNA Best Coast Duckwrth Rostam...
    THE annual festival Outside Lands is returning to San Francisco this summer. Outside Lands is a music and arts festival that takes place at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California. 2Outside Lands is a festival in San Francisco that began in 2008Credit: Getty Images - Getty How do I buy tickets to Outside Lands 2022? The festival took to Twitter on April 19, 2022, to announce the event. Tickets for Outside Lands went on sale on April 20 at 10am PST. The tickets for Outside Lands can be purchased directly through the Outside Lands website. Those who wish to attend the event must purchase a three-day pass. Read more on The US SunMUSIC TO OUR EARS The artists that will be playing at Coachella 2022SUMMER TOUR How to buy tickets to the Wu-Tang Clan tour 2022 explained There is currently no option to only purchase a single day pass. The options for passes include the following: 3-Day General Admission - $399 3-Day VIP - $899 3-Day Golden Gate Club - $4699 Outside Lands will take place the...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Organizers of the Outside Lands music festival taking place this August in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park on Tuesday announced the 2022 line-up with local punk heroes Green Day, rapper Post Malone and R&B singer SZA as headliners for the three-day event. Taking place from Aug. 5-7, the 14h annual version of Outside Lands will also feature Jack Harlow, Weezer, Phoebe Bridgers, Illenium, Lil Uzi Vert, Kali Uchis, Disclosure, Mitski, Wet Leg and many other hip-hop, electronic and indie rock acts. ranger dave welcomes @greenday, @postmalone, @sza and more to outside lands this august! 3-day tickets go on sale tomorrow at 10am pt https://t.co/4i47pOCsTL pic.twitter.com/U2rDSWI1NV — Outside Lands (@sfoutsidelands) April 19, 2022 Three-day general admission tickets and VIP passes go on sale Wednesday at 10 a.m. The three-day pass costs $399 plus fees, according to organizers. Additional information is available on the Outside Lands website.
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Outside Lands has announced the full lineup for its 2022 festival in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.Headliners are Green Day, Post Malone and SZA, along with other acts including Jack Harlow, Weezers Phoebe Bridgers and more. See the full lineup here. ranger dave welcomes @greenday, @postmalone, @sza and more to outside lands this august!3-day tickets go on sale tomorrow at 10am pt https://t.co/4i47pOCsTL pic.twitter.com/U2rDSWI1NV— Outside Lands (@sfoutsidelands) April 19, 2022This year's festival will be held the weekend of August 5-7.Three-day GA, VIP, Golden Gate Club, and Payment Plan tickets are on sale Wednesday, April 20 at 10 a.m.Get more information about Outside Lands here. If you're on the ABC7 News app, click here to watch live
    Bay Area music fans have long wondered and debated over when local favorites Green Day was finally going to headline at Outside Lands, the annual three-day music festival at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. And now we have our answer. Festival organizers Tuesday announced the lineups for the festival slated for Aug. 5-7, and the legendary East Bay punk band is one of the three headliners — along with the ginormous pop/hip-hop hitmaker Post Malone and and Grammy Award-winning hip-hop star SZA. Other announced performers include Jack Harlow, Weezer, Phoebe Bridgers, Lil Uzi Vert, Kali Uchies, Illenium, Disclosure, Mitski, Polo & Pan, Anitta and more. Three-day general admission passes ($399), VIP passes ($799), and Golden Gate Club ($4,699) passes go one sale 10 a.m. April 20 (PST) at www.SFOutsideLands.com. Here is the rest of the lineup: Dominic Fike Oliver Tree Mac DeMarco Pusha T Mt. Joy Kim Petras Local Natives The Marías Larry June 100 Gecs Parcels Dayglow Purple Disco Machine Hiatus Kaiyote Washed Out Ashe Surf Mesa Wet Leg Sam Fender Role Model Baby Tate The Backseat Lovers Amber...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — The Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival is coming back to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park this summer after the 2021 edition was pushed back to October because of the coronavirus pandemic. A limited number of “Eager Beaver” tickets went on sale Wednesday for the festival taking place between Aug. 5-7. General admission three-day tickets, starting at $359 apiece, and VIP three-day tickets, which went for $799, were quickly sold out. READ MORE: NTSB: Before Caltrain Crash, Worker Sent All-Clear To Dispatchers While Maintenance Vehicles Still On TrackSome three-day tickets remain for the most expensive package, Golden Gate Club in collaboration with Ken Fulk, which promises an “ultra-luxe festival experience” including fine dining and front stage viewing for a whopping $4,495 per person. READ MORE: UPDATE: 9 Injured In Rohnert Park Crash Involving Sonoma County Transit Bus, Two Other VehiclesThe full lineup of artists featured at this year’s festival will be announced soon, along with public sale information for the remaining tickets, according to festival organizers. People can visit sfoutsidelands.com to sign up for updates...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — The final day of the Outside Lands music festival converged on Halloween and drew tens of thousands of costumed fans to Golden Gate Park. The celebrants included a dancing tiger, an astronaut and Britney Spears among a sea of people. READ MORE: American Airlines Flight Cancellations Leave Travelers Stranded At Local Airports“That’s why we came today,” said Hannah Godwin of San Diego. “Let’s just like analyze all the costumes, like hang out, people watching, it’s just like such a good vibe honestly.” “We came last night and we’re looking at the crowd, and it’s kind of surreal to see thousands and thousands of people,” added Dylan Barbour of San Diego. Organizers say Sunday may have been the biggest for the sold-out three-day festival, which is typically held in August. More than 70,000 people attended each day. “So fun. I decided to be a little warmer this year,” said Lena Martinson of San Francisco. “Yesterday was a little bit more foggy, so today was a little sunny and nice.” People danced their hearts...
    Lizzo absolutely owned Day Two of Outside Lands festival. The amazing R&B singer — who just made her Outside Lands debut in 2018 — delivered a performance that fans won’t soon forget. Indeed, it seems destined to be held up among the best headliner sets in the festival’s 13-year history. The show began in dramatic fashion, with Lizzo’s band and dancers taking the stage first and helping to further ratchet up the anticipation. Then the star of the evening appeared from the back of the stage, walking between the huge letters spelling out L-I-Z-Z-O and showcasing her powerful voice on the new single “Rumors.” The tune is top-tier Lizzo — greatly benefitting from Cardi B’s presence on the recording as well — and it certainly should have fans excited about the prospects of a new album, which would be at the follow-up to the vocalist’s 2019 breakthrough effort, “Cuz I Love You.” “What up, Outside Lands?” she asked. “We are so honored to be asked to come back and headline this (expletive) beautiful festival” From there, Lizzo moved on to...
    Young Thug — the hip-hop star who sits atop the Billboard 200 with the new album “Punk” — won’t take the stage this year at Outside Lands in San Francisco. The highly influential rapper, now with three No. 1 albums to his credit, was originally scheduled to perform at 5 p.m. on Day Two (Saturday, Oct. 30) on the festival’s big Lands End Stage. It was one of the most eagerly anticipated sets of the three-day festival, which runs through Oct. 31. Yet, festival organizers announced earlier today that the set was not going to happen. “We are deeply disappointed that we have just been informed Young Thug will not make his scheduled performance at Outside Lands,” a post read on the festival Twitter account, @sfoutsidelands. It’s a big loss, given that Young Thug ranks among the most popular artists today. He just put out the sophomore full-length “Punk” on Oct. 15 and it debuted at No. 1, reportedly moving some 90,000 album-equivalent units in its first week of release. Related Articles Review: Outside Lands 2021 proves the perfect...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) – Thousands of music fans, many of them in costume, went wild for rapper Tyler, the Creator at the first night of Outside Lands on Friday, the first mass event of its kind in San Francisco since the pandemic began. “All the way from DC – just to come here and check out the festival,” said Phil Mach. READ MORE: Officers' Shocking Neglect of Disturbed South Bay Jail Inmate Caught on Camera“It was so nice to be around a lot of people and to just be outside and see the music and just feel like you’re part of the community again,” said Kelly Janu, also of Washington, D.C. The sold-out three-day festival is expecting more than 70,000 people each day. Everyone must be vaccinated or show proof of a negative COVID test from the past 72 hours. On Friday night, Chub Pub on Lincoln Way and 20th Avenue already saw three times more business it gets on a normal Friday during the pandemic. READ MORE: BART Could Face 9 Figure Budget Deficits by 2024, Experts Say“We...
    Batman was there. Spider-Man, too. You could see both of the costumed crusaders hanging out in the same vicinity of a herd of cows, a group of astronauts, a land shark and at least one Mario brother. And where was Waldo? He could also be found grooving about in the area — along with some 70,000 other music lovers — as Outside Lands finally returned to Golden Gate Park in San Francisco on Friday (Oct. 29). It was the Halloween weekend edition of the popular three-day festival, a fact that was underscored by all the colorful and elaborate outfits that could be seen throughout the grounds. Expect the number of superheroes, pirates and other costumed revelers to only grow as the weekend progresses, culminating, of course, with Day Three on Halloween itself. We may never see another Halloween Outside Lands, given that the festival usually takes place in August and was only moved to October due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic. (The festival wasn’t held in 2020 for the same reason.) Yet, everyone seemed to agree that the event...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — Grab your flower crown, cowboy hat or really almost any costume you want to wear, because Outside Lands is back — this time with a Halloweekend twist. ALSO READ: Outside Lands Brings Diverse Line-Up to Golden Gate Park for Halloween Weekend The festival didn’t happen in person last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but now the music festival is back in Golden Gate Park with a vengeance. READ MORE: Los Gatos Looks Toward Renewal Of World Cup Madness“It’s nice to be out here because it’s been postponed for so long. We bought our tickets over a year ago,” said festival attendee Natalia. ALSO READ: Outside Lands Returns to Golden Gate Park Friday With New Health Measures in Place To get through the gates of the three-day long festival, you’ll have to show either proof of vaccination through the Clear app or a copy of your vaccination record or a negative COVID-19 test from the past 72 hours. Concert-goers say the extra safety measures give them peace of mind...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- After a two year wait, Outside Lands is back at Golden Gate Park."It is amazing to be back here," said Outside Lands co-founder, Rick Farman.The three-day music festival has been a part of the culture of the city, drawing people from all around the country.RELATED: Headliners for 2021 Outside Lands scheduled for Halloween weekendThis year, organizers tell us it's sold out, and they're expecting crowds of around 70,000 people."That was always our mission here, was to do something that could be an iconic representation of so many elements of the cultural experience of the Bay Area," Farman said.But as with everything else in the pandemic world, this year's festival will also look a little different.VIDEO: Thursday preview of Outside Lands returning to SF's Golden Gate Park this weekend with sold out crowdsEMBED More News Videos After a two year wait, Outside Lands is back at San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. There will be new COVID safety protocols that include things like all vendors wearing masks and screening festival goers at security when they arrive."Everybody here who's...
    SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) — The Outside Lands Music Festival makes its comeback in San Francisco starting on Friday after organizers last year canceled the star-studded annual music festival due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The three-day festival, happening in Golden Gate Park, is set to include artists like Lizzo, Vampire Weekend, The Strokes, J Balvin, Nelly, Kehlani, and many more. ALSO READ: Outside Lands Brings Diverse Line-Up to Golden Gate Park for Halloween Weekend READ MORE: 'Disturbing And Unacceptable' - Pittsburg High School Student Found Wearing KKK Costume On CampusEventgoers will be required to either show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test result, conducted within 72 hours of the event. For entrance into the SOMA Tent, where some performances will be held, only fully vaccinated individuals will be allowed in and masks will be required, according to event organizers. On Thursday, city officials said the city has been working closely with event organizers to ensure eventgoers stay safe and COVID-free, as the event is happening the weekend of Halloween and several other large...
    By Dave Pehling SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Finally able to present its thirteenth edition after a long COVID delay, the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival will once again bring top-flight bands, internationally known DJs and world-class cuisine, beer and wine to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park for a marathon Halloween weekend party. READ MORE: UPDATE: High-Speed Stolen RV Pursuit Ends In Horrific San Ramon CrashSince it’s inception in 2008, Outside Lands has established a deserved reputation as one of the country’s best summer music celebrations. Due to repeat delays from the pandemic that forced the 2020 edition of the festival to be postponed, Outside Lands is being held on Halloween weekend in October for the first time. As far as costume guidelines, the festival asks that attendees respect the cultures of others (i.e. no headdresses permitted) and leave toy weapons of any kind (guns, knives, baseball bats, etc.) and fake blood at home. While first responder costumes including law enforcement, medical staff and firefighters are strictly prohibited, festival goers are encouraged to dress up as Outside Lands mascots...
    Outside Lands will be held over Halloween weekend this year for the first time ever. Coincidentally, it also happens to be the 13th go-around the festival. Spooky, right? Well, only if you consider three days of good times and good music at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco to be frightening. Most fans are counting the days until the return of the festival, which missed 2020 due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic. To help with the planning, we’ve come up with a roundup of some of the most intriguing acts during the festival run, Oct. 29-31. We figure that most of the attendees will already know about the biggest names on the bill — including headliners Lizzo, the Strokes and Tame Impala — so we decided to devote our list to highlighting some of the lesser-known talents. And there are some real gems among them. Here are 13 Halloween weekend treats for Outside Lands. Remember that proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test are required to get in. Masks are strongly encouraged. For more information, visit sfoutsidelands.com. Day...
    San Francisco’s annual Outside Lands music festival, held entirely outdoors in Golden Gate Park, will require attendees to show proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID-19 test to gain admission to the event over Halloween weekend. The San Francisco Chronicle‘s Datebook reported Wednesday: Officials from Another Planet Entertainment, co-producers of the mega fest in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, outlined plans to safely bring the three-day concert back to city over Halloween weekend for the first time in more than two years, stating that in addition to the previously announced requirement that patrons must show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 or a negative coronavirus test for entry into the festival, they are taking measures to help mitigate traffic, safety and noise issues. The festival, which typically takes place in August, is now set for Oct. 29-31, due to a series of pandemic-related delays. That means it starts on a school day and ends on Halloween, a holiday in which children and adults alike are known to gather in large groups. The strict requirements are being imposed despite the fact that the...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Saturday afternoon was Pitt’s homecoming game at Heinz Field and plenty of fans arrived by boat. READ MORE: Duquesne University Extends President Dr. Ken Gormleys Contract Meanwhile, one came by plane. READ MORE: Giant Eagle Pharmacy Reinstates Appointment-Only System For All COVID-19 Vaccinations Photo Credit: Loretta Hoglund A view sent KDKA a picture of the plane going under the Fort Duquesne Bridge and our tower cam spotted the plane anchored offshore at the Great Lawn. According to the U.S. Coast Guard, there is nothing illegal about a seaplane landing on the Allegheny River so long as the pilot follows flight and river laws. MORE NEWS: Pa. Supreme Court Rules Comfort Dogs May Be Allowed To Help Witnesses Testify At Trial They also said this is not the first time.
    Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival has announced its biggest lineup of night shows to date. The lineup will feature 16 shows across eight venues in San Francisco and Oakland. The bill includes RÜFÜS DU SOL, Kaytranada, ZHU performing as ‘Blacklizt’, DRAMA, mxmtoon, Marc Rebillet and others. Tickets go on sale to the general public at 12 noon Sept. 24. But there are some presale opportunities as well. See sfoutsidelands.com for more information. OUTSIDE LANDS 2021 NIGHT SHOWS LINEUP: Wednesday, 10/27 DRAMA w/ Brijean Bimbo’s 365 Club San Francisco, CA 18+ $35 Thursday, 10/28 mxmtoon The New Parish Oakland, CA All Ages $29.50 Marc E. Bassy The Independent San Francisco, CA 21+ $29.50 Bartees Strange Rickshaw Stop San Francisco, CA All Ages $15 Nap Eyes w/ Boy Scouts The Reds, Pinks and Purples Balboa Theater San Francisco, CA All Ages $20 Friday, 10/29 Kaytranada 1015 Folsom San Francisco, CA 21+ $40 – $50 Dr. Dog w/ Tōth The Warfield San Francisco, CA All Ages $39.50 – $69.50 The Midnight w/ Jupiter Winter The Independent San Francisco, CA 21+ $35...
    Getty Philadelphia 76ers guard Seth Curry throws a pass during a 2020 game against the Boston Celtics. After bouncing around the Association for a number of years, and even spending time in the D-League, Philadelphia 76ers guard Seth Curry has established himself as one of the NBA’s top marksmen. He has progressed so much, in fact, that he just earned a mention in HoopsHype‘s latest effort to rank the league’s best shooting guards. However, the 31-year-old — who started in all 57 of his appearances for the Sixers — ultimately landed just outside the top 20 in the rankings. The rankings, which were compiled by Frank Urbina, went 22 players deep in total. And while Curry managed to edge out Toronto Raptors wing Gary Trent Jr. on the list, he was ultimately valued below a number of similar players in his position group.Urbina: Seth Curry Ranks No. 21 Overall Among SGs Play Seth Curry sets PLAYOFF CAREER HIGH as 76ers clinch series ???? | 2021 NBA PlayoffsSeth Curry scored a playoff-career-high 30 PTS in the...
    Organizers have announced the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policies for the 2021 Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival. Fans will need to provide proof that they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or show a negative COVID-19 test result in order to attend the festival, Oct. 29-31, at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. The final vaccination dose must be received 14 days prior to entry. That means an attendee’s single Johnson & Johnson shot or second dose of Pfizer or Moderna needs to be administered no later than Oct. 15. On the other hand, the negative test result must come from a COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of attending the festival. For those attending only on Day One (Oct. 29), that means taking the test no earlier than Oct. 26. If you plan to visit just on Day Two (Oct. 30) then the test must be taken no earlier than Oct. 27. For those just planning to spend Halloween (Oct. 31) at the festival, make sure to be get tested no earlier than Oct. 28. Three-day passholders should be...
    (CNN)A hot air balloon crash-landed at Chatfield State Park outside Denver on Sunday morning, injuring several passengers, the Jefferson County Sheriff said.Three passengers were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, and three others are doing OK, the sheriff said on Twitter. A strong gust of wind is believed to have caused the crash.Photos of the scene, posted to Twitter by the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Northeast Region, show first responders gathered in an open field. The crash happened to the southwest of gravel ponds in the park, the agency said.
    A cicada flew on President Joe Biden’s neck Wednesday as he departed for a trip to Europe, video shows.  Biden spoke with a military officer outside Air Force One in Maryland when a cicada landed on his neck, leading to the president swatting it away.  “Watch out for the cicadas,” he told reporters. “One just got me.” The clip has been viewed or shared more than 92,500 times, according to Newsweek. (RELATED: Insect Milk Might Be The Next Health Food Craze) Cicadas flooded the press plane’s engines, stopping it from working on Tuesday night. The aircraft wasn’t able to fly until Wednesday at 2:15 a.m. THIS is not rain, not ground clutter (the radar beam picking up objects close the radar site –which is in Loudoun County)…. the Hydrometeor Classification algorithm identifies this as biological in nature..so likely CICADAS being picked up by the radar beam… pic.twitter.com/zTLCzynz5D — Lauryn Ricketts (@laurynricketts) June 7, 2021 Cicadas emerge every 17 years in North America, they are very loud, and trillions are crowding in the eastern part of the United States,...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — KCBS reporter Liam Mayclem will be providing KPIX 5 users with a weekly weekend tip list of Bay Area entertainment, music, film and online entertainment. MUSIC PARODY: SAN DOMENICO SCHOOL The teachers of San Domenico School in Marin County have lots to celebrate, boasting the fact that they made it through the pandemic safely and being one of just a handful of schools that invited the kids back to class last September. The Elton John parody was unleashed at the recent school fundraiser and it’s catching on across the internet. Hoping today’s play gets them a few more hits. Bravo, so very glad the faculty at San Domenico are still standing AND teaching. READ MORE: Dozens Of Guns Stolen From Palo Alto Home: Suspect Vehicle Sought MUSIC: JESIKA VON RABBIT The reigning pop queen of the desert Jesika Von Rabbit has released a pandemic-inspired pop song, Bombay Bunny. Yes, it makes you want to hop and get lost in JVR’s psychedelic pop haze. The catchy, intoxicating tune is available for download via iTunes and...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — The organizers of the Bay Area’s biggest music festival, Outside Lands, announced the daily lineups Tuesday for this year’s event, which returns this Halloween after going on hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Another Planet, the company behind the festival, already revealed this year’s performers when they announced the delay last year. But as of 10 a.m. Thursday, concertgoers can now choose what day to attend as single day tickets were made available for purchase– except, as of noon, all single day general admission tickets were sold out. VIP single day passes are still available. READ MORE: Camp Counselor Arrested For Child Porn Possession At Sunnyvale Home As it stands Thursday, the Strokes and Tyler the Creator headline on Oct. 29, Lizzo and Vampire Weekend expect to top the bill on Oct. 30, and Tame Impala and J Balvin will close out the festival on Halloween. READ MORE: San Quentin Death Row Inmate Charles Crawford Dies; Murdered Teen Girl, Man In Fremont In 1996 READ MORE: Outside Lands 2021 Scheduled To Take Place On Halloween Weekend...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — The organizers of the Bay Area’s biggest music festival, Outside Lands, announced the daily lineups Tuesday for this year’s event, which returns this Halloween after going on hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Another Planet, the company behind the festival, already revealed this year’s performers when they announced the delay last year. But as of 10 a.m. Thursday, concertgoers can now choose what day to attend as single day tickets were made available for purchase– except, as of noon, all single day general admission tickets were sold out. VIP single day passes are still available. READ MORE: Camp Counselor Arrested For Child Porn Possession At Sunnyvale Home As it stands Thursday, the Strokes and Tyler the Creator headline on Oct. 29, Lizzo and Vampire Weekend expect to top the bill on Oct. 30, and Tame Impala and J Balvin will close out the festival on Halloween. READ MORE: San Quentin Death Row Inmate Charles Crawford Dies; Murdered Teen Girl, Man In Fremont In 1996 READ MORE: Outside Lands 2021 Scheduled To Take Place On Halloween Weekend...
    Outside Lands has announced the daily lineups for the 2021 festival, which is now scheduled over Halloween weekend at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. The Strokes will headline Day One, Oct. 29, with Lizzo topping the bill on Oct. 30 and then Tame Impala closing the weekend out with a big Halloween night show on Oct. 31. The full daily lineups are listed below. Also, organizers have also announced that single-day tickets, priced from $165 to $375, go on sale at 10 a.m. April 29 at www.sfoutsidelands.com. Three-day general admission and VIP weekend passes are already sold out, with only a small amount of three-day Golden Gate Club tickets — priced at $3,995 — remaining. Here are the daily lineups: FRIDAY, OCT. 29 The Strokes Tyler, the Creator Glass Animals Kaytranada Khruangbin Related Articles New music: 5 awesome albums you should listen to in April San Jose singer-songwriter Shamina releases three folk-pop gems Bay Area superstar’s really big year continues with Oscar triumph What song was Bob Seger humming from 1962 in...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Outside Lands announced on Thursday that its annual music festival will be held Halloween weekend in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.Headlines include Tame Impala, Lizzo, The Strokes, Tyler, the Creator and more.It's one of the few major Bay Area events scheduled for 2021 amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The festival is usually held in early August.Organizers say 3-Day, VIP, Payment Plan, and Golden Gate Club passes are on sale. Current ticket holders' passes will be honored for October's dates.See the full lineup and buy tickets here.
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – After last year’s event was canceled due to the pandemic, organizers of Outside Lands announced the 2021 festival would take place in Golden Gate Park on Halloween weekend. The festival originally scheduled for early August has been moved to October 29-31 organizers said Thursday, to “ensure this year’s festival will be the safest possible environment for all fans, staff, artists and the world at large.” READ MORE: Senate Confirms Becerra To Lead Bidens Health Department “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,” organizers went on to say. The new date has also prompted changes in the lineup, with the addition of artists including Glass Animals, Kaytranada, Lord Huron and 24kGoldn. Additional artists scheduled to perform include Tame Impala, Lizzo and The Strokes. READ MORE: COVID Vaccines: San Mateo County Shifts To Community Clinics Amid Lower Supplies View this post on Instagram A post shared by Outside Lands (@outsidelands)...
    Outside Lands is moving to Halloween weekend. The phenomenally popular three-day music festival in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park has been rescheduled to Oct. 29-31, organizers announced on Thursday. Lizzo, Tame Impala and the Strokes will still headline the event and much of the rest of the lineup — which includes Tyler, the Creator, Vampire Weekend, J Balvin, Rüfüs Du Sol and Kehlani — will also remain the same. There have been some new additions, however, such as Glass Animals, Lord Huron, Flo MIlli, Kaytranada and 24kGoldn. A full lineup is listed below. Related Articles Top 25 Bay Area bassists of all time: Who comes in at No. 1? Black Sabbath: The 10 best Tony Iommi guitar riffs of all time Strange Magic: The 10 best Electric Light Orchestra songs of all time Vallejo star H.E.R. lands Oscar nomination after big Grammy night 5 cool new albums you should hear in March This is the second time the festival has been rescheduled due to safety precautions in regard to...
    Tame Impala has announced the rescheduled date for its upcoming show at Chase Center in San Francisco. The phenomenally popular Australian psychedelic-rock outfit, led by multi-instrumentalist Kevin Parker, now performs at the home of the Golden State Warriors on Sept. 15, 2021. This is the third date that has been set for this concert. It was originally supposed to happen on March 13, 2020, but that show was postponed to Sept. 21, 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. And now the show is being rescheduled once again. Clairo opens the show. Tickets are $39.50-$99.50, ticketmaster.com. Related Articles Warriors president Rick Welts looks back at wild Year 1 of Chase Center Sold-out Tame Impala concert in San Francisco postponed Outside Lands cancels 2020 festival, but announces 2021 lineup Dolly Parton says it’s time to listen to Christmas music Bay Area music spotlight: 3 local artists to hear right now Local Tame Impala fans will have two chances to see the band perform in the Bay Area in a little over...
    Since we couldn’t have Outside Lands this year, organizers decided to host the Inside Lands virtual festival instead. The free two-day online event, set for Aug. 28-29, features archival sets from past Outside Lands as well as some cool new live performances. It’s hosted by one of the Bay Area’s best rappers — Lyrics Born — and runs 4 p.m. to midnight (or so) each day exclusively at twitch.tv/sfoutsidelands. Here are some of our top picks for what to watch during the virtual festival, while we wait for the next actual Outside Lands to happen in August 2021 with a lineup that includes Tame Impala, Lizzo, The Strokes, Tyler, The Creator, Vampire Weekend, J Balvin, Kehlani, the 1975 and many other acts. Visit sfoutsidelands.com for details. Related Articles Outside Lands: Let’s relive best moments in SF festival’s storied history Outside Lands launches Inside Lands music festival this month Outside Lands cancels 2020 festival, but announces 2021 lineup Outside Lands: Paul Simon delivers storybook ending for 2019 festival Outside Lands 2019: Your...
    Outside Lands is going “Inside” for 2020. The actual festival couldn’t happen this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so organizers are hosting the virtual Inside Lands festival online instead. The two-day celebration, set for Aug. 28-29, features archival sets from past festivals, interviews with artists and other tuneful offerings. Featured artists include J. Cole, Gorillaz, LCD Soundsystem, Jack White, Anderson .Paak & the Free Nationals, Above & Beyond, Haim, Major Lazer, Leon Bridges, Louis the Child, Alt-J, Cage the Elephant, Kehlani, ZHU, Beach House, Brittany Howard, Sofi Tukker and Sharon Van Etten. Related Articles Outside Lands: Let’s relive best moments in SF festival’s storied history Outside Lands cancels 2020 festival, but announces 2021 lineup Review: Metallica, S.F. Symphony again strike gold on ‘S&M2’ (see photos) Chris Tomlin teams with Florida Georgia Line, Lady A on new album Top 10 female rappers of all time: Did your favorite make our list? Inside Lands will be streamed for free exclusively at twitch.tv/sfoutsidelands. Schedule and programming details will be available at...
    CLICK HERE if you are having trouble viewing these photos on a mobile device. Tens of thousands of music fans had the weekend of Aug. 7-9 circled on their calendar, in anticipation of returning to Golden Gate Park in San Francisco for what was to be the 13th annual Outside Lands. Then the COVID-19 pandemic hit and basically shut down the U.S. touring industry, eventually leading promoters to announce that there would be no Outside Lands in 2020. It is scheduled to return next year, with a lineup that includes Lizzo, the Strokes, Tame Impala, Tyler, the Creator, Vampire Weekend, J Balvin, Kehlani and The 1975. So, I hope to see you all at the park Aug. 6-8, 2021; sfoutsidelands.com. In the meantime, let’s relive some of the best moments in Outside Lands’ history (and yes, we have videos). Radiohead rules (OSL1: Aug. 22-24, 2008) Opening night — of the first-ever Outside Lands — with Radiohead? Talk about a great way to get the party started as well as proclaim to the world that this was a festival that deserved...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — After holding out hopes for months, promoters for San Francisco’s Outside Lands music festival announced Wednesday they were cancelling the 2020 event over concerns related to the COVID-19 outbreak. While San Francisco officials have been slowly rolling back restrictions put in place to slow the spread of the virus, it remained doubtful gatherings as large of the thousands who annually flock to Golden Gate Park for the festival would be allowed. “We would love nothing more than to be with you this August, listening to our favorite artists in Golden Gate Park and celebrating the best of the Bay Area for our 13th consecutive Outside Lands,” promoters said in a social post. “After lengthy discussions with local and state health authorities about the impact of COVID-19 both in our community and throughout the world, we believe it is in the best interest of everyone’s health and safety that Outside Lands not be held in 2020.” Outside Lands became just the latest major music festival sidelined this year by the virus. After first rescheduling their events...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco's Outside Lands 2020 has officially been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, organizers announced on Wednesday.However, organizers also announced that the lineup for the 2021 festival will include Tame Impala, Lizzo and The Strokes."We are looking to the future & filled with excitement to announce NEXT year's festival, returning August 6-8, 2021," organizers tweeted. "Tickets on sale TOMORROW." We are looking to the future & filled with excitement to announce NEXT year’s festival, returning August 6-8, 2021. Tickets on sale TOMORROW.We believe it is in the best interest of everyone’s health & safety that we not return in 2020. Read more: https://t.co/vWi9B2Rtsi pic.twitter.com/iRac9IoXfX— Outside Lands (@sfoutsidelands) June 24, 2020Stay with ABC7 News for updates on this developing story.
    Outside Lands has announced its lineup – for 2021. Yes, organizers finally announced on Wednesday that, as long expected, the popular multi-day music festival, held annually at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park since 2008, would not be happening in 2020 due to the ongoing concerns over the coronavirus pandemic. Yet, they also managed to throw in a major surprise at the same time by announcing the lineup for next year’s Outside Lands. Lizzo, the Strokes and Tame Impala are set to headline the festival, which is scheduled for Aug. 6-8, 2021. Tyler the Creator, Vampire Weekend, J Balvin, Kehlani and the 1975 are among the other top acts scheduled to appear. The full lineup is listed below. Related Articles Outside Lands 2020: What’s the latest news on the festival? Lizzo, Strokes to headline Outside Lands, according to leaked lineup Outside Lands lineup: Here’s who we think will headline in 2020 Coronavirus: Tame Impala announces new date for San Francisco Review: President Lizzo? Campaign trail might have started in S.F. ...
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