Some performers at the music festival were unsurprising in their goodness. But other top performances came, perhaps unexpectedly, from lesser-known acts, especially ones hailing from outside the country.
To better introduce you to this weekend’s lesser-known acts, we’ve paired some of them with bigger names based on shared appeal.
Several miles south of my Outside Lands experience, Darel Scott ’17 was drafting the plans for a new kind of festival aimed at people of color and their connection to nature.
It’s August again, and that means that it’s time for another installment of Outside Lands, the annual music festival in Golden Gate Park. This year, the festival is headlined by Radiohead, Lionel Ritchie and LCD Soundsystem, but there’s so much more to see and hear. If you’re one of the lucky people who managed to…
Hailing from Newtown, Australia, DMA’s debuted this year with an EP and has already established a cult following.
New Clipper card, crash pad in the Mission District, plenty of cash and a pared back camera kit … sounds like a recipe for success for another day prancing around Golden Gate Park for Outside Lands 2015. Let’s get to the music.
After a Caltrain to Millbrae, a BART to Civic Center and a bus to the outskirts of Golden Gate Park, I finally made it to Outside Lands.
Through a series of unfortunate events and typically Daily mishaps, the Managing Editor of Photography, was the only editor from The Stanford Daily to score a media pass to Outside Lands, the annual three-day music festival in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park taking place this weekend, August 7-9.