Treasure Island Music Festival returns to San Francisco, California this October for two days with an impressive selection of live music and other entertainment at a stunning location on this popular man-made island.
Headlining Saturday, October 19th is Radiohead singer Thom Yorke's supergroup Atoms For Peace - a band with a dream team line-up in itself who released their debut album earlier this year - who will be joined by the likes of dancehall DJ Major Lazer and British duo Disclosure. Sunday 20th sees yet more great sets from exclusive headliner Beck, as well as Animal Collective, hyped band of the moment Haim, London indie group Palma Violets and pop duo Sleigh Bells. What's more, you don't have to miss out on any of this incredible music as bands will be spread out on two stages, with no-one playing at the same time and, more importantly, no interruptions.
TIMF also presents a series of live evening shows dotted around San Francisco including Thao & the Get Down Stay Down at the California Academy Of Sciences on the Thursday prior to the festival, and James Blake at The Independent on the Saturday. Also, don't miss (not that you'd be able to!) the stunning 60 foot Century Ferris Wheel and the fabulous views that come with it, the various art installations and other performers that will be around all weekend.
Two day General Admission tickets are still available at $150 each, and $85 for just a single day. Parking passes of all types are also on sale now from $40 and you can purchase VIP passes at $275 for both days and $165 for one which includes special viewing areas, private restrooms and a lounge bar. Get them soon!
Atoms For Peace
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