Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival 2011

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Aug 12 - Aug 14 2011

San Francisco, California (Golden Gate Park)

The Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival takes place in August with dozens of bands and attractions. From singer-songwriters to DJs, jazz acts and cutting edge rock bands, all major music movements are celebrated alongside a host of local musicians, food vendors and visual artists representing San Francisco’s vibrant cultural community.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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