Outside Lands 2022 Single-Day Tickets On Sale Now!
About a month ago, Outside Lands released their single-day lineups as well as their single-day tickets! Though the scheduling overlap will once again kill me when I inevitably end up in Golden Gate Park August 5th-7th, the lineup is absolutely stacked. Single-day tickets are available at all levels (GA, VIP, and Golden Gate Club), and each day will provide magical musical moments as well as the best food you can find in a music festival setting. Read on for more details!
Friday features the likes of SZA, Phoebe Bridgers, Lil Uzi Vert, Disclosure, The Marías, Dayglow, Purple Disco Machine, Hiatus Kaiyote, Washed Out, Best Coast, Rostam, and plenty more amazing artists that will make scheduling insanely difficult for Another Planet Entertainment and Superfly. But that’s not where that difficulty stops. Saturday has Green Day, Jack Harlow, Kali Uchis, Polo & Pan, Anitta, Mac Demarco, Local Natives, Parcels, Sam Fender, Franc Moody, Maxo Kream, Robert Glasper, Benny Sings, and, again: way more amazing artists than I can list without completely salivating onto my keyboard. A gross image, I know. But that’s what this lineup is like.
Sunday doesn’t calm down at all. With Post Malone, Weezer, Illenium, Mitski, Dominic Fike, Pusha T, Mt. Joy, Kim Petras, 100 Gecs, Wet Leg, Baby Tate, and The Backseat Lovers (among many others) gracing the stages of Golden Gate Park, it’s going to stay insane throughout the entire weekend. And there’s something so beautiful about that. Thomas Mars of Phoenix once pointed out that on the last day of a festival, people are tired, and APE and Superfly said “That’s too bad, cause our last day is gonna go hard.”
If you paid attention to my Outside Lands 2021 coverage, you know how much this festival means to me. You know how much I love it. And 2022 is shaping up to be another incredible year in Golden Gate Park. Buy your tickets here, whether for one day or all three, and I’ll meet you in San Francisco this summer!
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