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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Outside Lands Announces Big Run of Night Shows, Regular Festival Tickets Sell Out

Posted By on Tue, Jul 16, 2013 at 1:42 PM

The great King Tuff performing at Rickshaw Stop. Catch him at an Outside Lands night show near you.
  • The great King Tuff performing at Rickshaw Stop. Catch him at an Outside Lands night show near you.

Hope you still-unticketed Outside Lands fans are ridin' the gravy train, 'cause you aren't getting in for cheap: General admission tickets are all gone as of today, including three-day passes and single-day tickets. The only way in from here on out (other than the secondary market, of course) is Very Important (and Highly Paid) Person access, which runs $229 per day or $545 for three days, and comes with considerable perks.

The good news: If you got Outside Lands tickets, you're eligible to buy tickets for the festival's sizable run of night shows, which feature such luminaries as Yeasayer, Zedd, and the Tallest Man on Earth. Here, for your perusal, is the full menu of nighttime options:

Thursday, Aug. 8

The Tallest Man on Earth at Bimbo's 365 Club

Zedd at the Independent

Smith Westerns, Wampire, Social Studies at Brick and Mortar Music Hall

The Growlers and Houndmouth at California Academy of Sciences

Friday, Aug. 9

Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue with Bombino at the Independent

Milo Greene and Wild Belle at Rickshaw Stop

Saturday, Aug. 10

Yeasayer with Cherub at the Independent

King Tuff with the Men at Brick and Mortar Music Hall

Sunday, Aug. 11

Ian Neville's Dumpstaphunk with Jon Cleary featuring John Oates and Very Special Guests at the Independent

Hope you got festival tickets, because all night shows are open to Outside Lands ticketholders only. Tickets for them go onsale Friday, July 19, at 10 a.m.

-- @iPORT

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