Outside Lands 2020: Eager Beaver Pre-Sale | Aug 7-9
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Polo Field, Golden Gate Park | Middle Dr. W at Metson Rd., San Francisco, CA
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Assuming everything is back to normal during the summer (now that SXSW is postponed and Coachella is likley pushed to October), it’s time to (hopefully) get ready for Outside Lands to take over Golden Gate Park on August 7-9, 2020 to get the heart of San Francisco pumping.
There’s no official word on the headliners yet, but 3-Day Eager Beaver tickets get unearthed Thursday, March 12 at 10 am for $349.50 plus fees (that’s the same price as 2019), which pencils out to around $117 per day.
Purchase 3-Day Early Bird tickets online starting 10 am on Thursday, March 12, 2020.
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Refunds are available if Outside Lands is rescheduled or canceled.
Your festival passes will be refunded if purchased through our Outside Lands authorized ticket vendor, Front Gate Tickets. We cannot verify the policies of third party ticket resellers.
Missed out on the Eager Beaver Tickets? There’s only a limited quantity of Eager Beaver tickets available. Once they’re sold out, the price typically rises (though there is no announcement yet as to the next price level).
Why is there a $349.50 ticket on FuncheapSF? We normally wouldn’t think that $349.50 is worthy of Funcheap-ness, but Outside Lands typically sells out every year, so if you wait and have to buy from StubHub, you’ll likely pay way more. Plus, prices will raise for the regular on-sale after the “Eager Beaver” and “Leisure Beaver” sale ends. If you kicked yourself in the past for missing out on the cheapest possible tickets to see headliners like Radiohead, Kanye West, Paul McCartney, Foo Fighters, Beck, Metallica, Jack White and more, this is your one shot at “cheapness.”
Who’s playing 2020?
The official lineup for 2020 has yet to be announced.
Is Outside Lands taking place in 2020?
All signs point to “yes” so let’s sure hope so! August is a long way away, so here’s to hoping that things have settled down by summer so we can get back to normal as best we can.