Radiohead, LCD Soundsytem and Lionel Richie to headline Outside Lands

Outside Lands at Golden Gate Park. (S.F. Examiner file photo)

Outside Lands at Golden Gate Park. (S.F. Examiner file photo)

Radiohead, LCD Soundsytem and Lionel Richie will headline this August’s Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, festival organizers announced Tuesday.

The festival, scheduled for Aug. 5-7, also includes Lana Del Rey, J. Cole and Duran Duran as its top acts. The full lineup has been posted on Outside Lands’ website at http://lineup.sfoutsidelands.com.

Radiohead was among the headliners at the inaugural Outside Lands festival in 2008. Comedy, art and various food and drink options are also featured at the popular three-day festival. Last year’s headliners included Elton John, Mumford & Sons and the Black Keys.

General admission tickets for Outside Lands go on sale Thursday and cost $355 plus fees. Single-day tickets will also be available for $145.concertGolden Gate ParkLCD SoundsystemLionel RitchiemusicOutside Landsradiohead

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