Most neighborhoods west of Twin Peaks are quiet, quasi-suburban enclaves with intermittent commercial centers where residents gather often, and which outsiders frequent once in a blue moon. Many people move to the outerlands and Avenues to escape the bustle of the eastern part of The City and visit shops and eateries frequented primarily by neighbors. Read More
The Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival is likely to return to Golden Gate Park through 2021, with The City reaping additional financial benefits from the multiday concert.
A proposed contract extension, which will be considered by The City’s Recreation and Park Commission at an upcoming meeting, would extend the permit for eight more years and allow for up to 10,000 more daily attendees at the event. Read More
The grass may have been slightly brown after the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival in Golden Gate Park, but this year The City’s parks department will be seeing more green from the event. Read More
The lineup hasn’t been solidified, so it’s anybody’s guess who’ll be headlining The City’s annual Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival this August. But hey — why should that stop you from buying a pig-in-a-poke ticket, eh? Read More
Another Planet Entertainment, a Bay Area-based promoter which also operators the annual Outside Lands concert in Golden Gate Park, has successfully negotiated a long-term lease with The City regarding the Bill Graham Auditorium, after the Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the deal Tuesday. Read More