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Friday, October 12, 2012

Treasure Island Festival Shuttle Stop Moved to Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Posted By on Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 11:24 AM

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Due to the unexpectedly awesome San Francisco Giants, there's been a slight change in plans for those heading to Treasure Island Music Festival this weekend: Instead of picking up festivalgoers at the AT&T Park parking lots, shuttles will instead leave from Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in S.F.'s Civic Center.

See also:

* 10 Artists To See at Treasure Island Music Festival

* Treasure Island Festival 2012 Schedule: Five Things to Know

* The xx Return to Headline Treasure Island

The change is due, obviously, to the fact that there will be hella people at AT&T Park on Sunday to watch the Giants play the first game of the National League Championship Series.

The shuttle stop for the whole weekend has been changed, however. The shuttles begin running at 11 a.m. and are free. (There's no parking on the island unless you also bought a festival pass.) Also, there will be bike valet at Bill Graham Civic, where you can leave your two-wheeled machine in the hands of a human, without lock or fear.

-- @iPORT

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