Outside Lands 2023 exceeds music fans expectations as top rated festival

August 20, 2023

Outside Lands 2023 has exceeded music fans expectations as it brings to San Francisco another wildly successful 3 day music festival. With acts like Lana Del Ray, Foo Fighters, Kendrick Lamar, Odesza, Maggie Rogers, The 1975 and dozens more, you had something for every fan of various music genres. We wanted to bring you highlights from the festival to include artists, fans, and everything that makes Outside Lands the place to be in Summer for music. Check out photos by our Rockin Ryan:   Make sure to mark your calendars for August 9-11, 2024 and don’t miss Outside Lands 2024. SFOutsideLands.com instagram.com/outsidelands twitter.com/sfoutsidelands facebook.com/sfoutsidelands tiktok.com/@sfoutsidelands Outside Lands Discord Channel


Dan Ashley captivates the crowd at Outside Lands 2023

August 16, 2023

As we begin to bring you our set recaps from Outside Lands, we would like to start off with one of our favorites. Dan Ashley performed at the Panhandle stage on Saturday and we were glad we caught the set.  Dan brought his Americana Rock and Original Roll band to the festival and it was quite a fun time. Dan comments, “We had a terrific experience performing at Outside Lands this year. What a privilege to play such a major music festival, not just in San Francisco, but one of the biggest in the country”. You might recognize Dan, he is a longtime ABC7 evening news anchor here in the Bay Area.  Well, he definitely ROCKED the stage at Outside Lands. You couldn’t help but be held captive by his passion for his music, as he delivered songs that carried his emotion along with euphonious vocals. Dan tells us more about how it was performing this past weekend, “From start to finish, performing at Outside Lands this year was a joy. It’s such an important [Read More]

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Outside Lands featured artist French sextet L’Impératrice

July 31, 2023

Our Outside Lands featured artist is French sextet L’Impératrice. You can check out their nu-disco and psychedelic styles together to a perfect match with “Heartquake”. Watch the lyric video here: L’Impératrice elaborates on “Heartquake”: “It’s the story of someone completely disconnected from their emotions who is on their usual peaceful bus ride one morning. And then, someone sits across from them, and suddenly, their brain freezes, and they fall to their knees, struck by a thunderbolt, a kind of Tako tsubo. It’s a sensation that shakes them to the core, and they’re not sure if they can survive it, but they desire it.” and Cuco adds: “It’s a pleasure and honor to be working with my friends in L’Impératrice.” More about L’Impératrice: To further introduce the Parisian band, one can start by explaining that “Impératrice” is French for “Empress”. The frontwoman Flore Benguigui (vocals, synths) and Charles de Boisseguin (the group’s founder on keyboards), Hagni Gwon (keyboards), David Gaugué (bass guitar), Achille Trocellier (electric guitar), Tom Daveau (drums) form an electrifying live band, draw from [Read More]