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Thursday, July 30, 2015

Outside Lands Releases GastroMagic Lineup, Makes Us Reconsider Seeing Billy Idol

Posted By on Thu, Jul 30, 2015 at 12:10 PM

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Like Burning Man, Outside Lands gets a little fancier every year. (Still, nobody’s forced to make room in Golden Gate Park for a temporary helipad so that some .01 percenters can parachute in without the hell of riding the 5-Fulton with the rest of us.)

click to enlarge Chris Cosentino at GastroMagic 2014 - PAIGE PARSONS
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  • Chris Cosentino at GastroMagic 2014

Bourgie or not, we’re delighted to find out that the eating options continue expanding, and today, Outside Lands let slip a few details about GastroMagic, a stage dedicated to food, cocktails, comedy, music, and star personalities like Chris Cosentino and Pete Holmes. There will also be “sorcery.” (Let’s just hope they don’t get bacon grease all over the Necronomicon; it really pisses off the incubus who controls the fog.)

Having debuted to much acclaim last year, this year brings a full schedule full of awesome events that might even make you reconsider seeing Billy Idol, from a Trash Talk Cook Off with CUESA (Friday, 2:45 p.m.) to karaoke with Iron Chef Morimoto (Friday, 5:30 p.m.), a Beignets & Bounce Brunch with Big Freedia and Brenda’s Soul Food (Saturday, 3:10 p.m.). Humphry Slocombe and Forever Land will salute Michael Jackson with PB & MJ (Saturday, 7:40 p.m.) and there’s even a “Mac Sabbath” with Richie Nakano (Sunday, 6:50 p.m.) as the darling of Foodie Twitter makes some Nakano Nuggets for one time only.

GastroMagic can be found in the eucalyptus groves near the McLaren Pass, aka the secret passage from Lindley Meadow to Hellman Hollow, not that far from where people who think they’re being all clever go to relieve themselves in plain sight of everybody.




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Peter Lawrence Kane is SF Weekly's Arts Editor. He has lived in San Francisco since 2008 and is two-thirds the way toward his goal of visiting all 59 national parks.

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