Organizers for San Francisco’s Outside Lands Music Festival have confirmed the cancellation of their 2020 summer event, and instead are looking ahead to 2021 with next year’s lineup and dates, shared on Wednesday.
According to the announcement from the annual cannabis-friendly music festival, next year’s Outside Lands will take place at Golden Gate Park on August 6th–8th, 2021 with headlining performances from The Strokes, Lizzo, Tame Impala, Tyler, The Creator, Vampire Weekend, J Balvin, Kehlani, ZHU, and more.
Other artists featured on the 2021 lineup poster include Khruangbin, Bonobo, Nelly, Brittany Howard, Sharon Van Etten, Hinds, The 1975, The Soul Rebels, Beach House, and many more.
Read the statement shared by Outside Land organizers below,
To Our Outside Lands Community,
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. 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.
In what has been a disappointing year for concertgoers and the music industry alike, Outside Lands is looking to the future. We all miss the much-needed community and positivity that comes with our annual celebration in San Francisco and we look forward to bringing the music back in 2021. We can’t wait to be back in Golden Gate Park with you, enjoying the best in music, food, beer, wine, art, cannabis and more for what we know will be our best year yet.
The health and safety of the Outside Lands and San Francisco communities have always been and will continue to be our top priority. We are in close contact with local and state officials, working together to create the safest possible environment for you, our fans.
Three-day General Admission and VIP tickets for the 2021 festival go on sale this Thursday, June 25th, at 10 a.m. PT. Fans who purchased passes for the now-canceled 2020 event will have their tickets honored next year.
Head to the festival website for more info and 2021 ticket details. Check out the entire 2021 artist lineup below.