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They’re About To Put More Outside Lands Tickets On Sale

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When Outside Lands tickets went on sale in April, they sold out in less than two hours. But if you are one of the many, many, many people who wanted Outside Lands tickets and didn’t get them, you have another chance. The festival just announced they are putting more Outside Lands tickets on sale Thursday, Sept. 16 at 10 a.m. PT sharp.

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“Ranger Dave has a treat for you,” Outside Lands says in their announcement. “He’s releasing a limited number of 3-Day and Single Day GA tickets this Thursday, September 16th at 10am PT. Don’t miss the one and only Halloween edition of the festival — get your tickets before they disappear!”

A closer look at the Outside Lands ticket website shows that they will be selling single-day passes for $165, and three-day passes for $395. Both deals say “+ Fees,” so you know they’re tacking on bullshit service charges too. They are not adding additional VIP Passes, but if you are reading something called BrokeAssStuart.com, you are probably not about to drop $855 on a VIP Pass to Outside Lands.

For single-day ticket buyers, here’s your schedule: Friday is The Strokes and Tyler the Creator, Saturday is Lizzo and Vampire Weekend, and Sunday is Tame Impala and J Balvin.

Of course, there will still be COVID-19 risks to attending a large festival. They are requiring proof of  vaccination, but with 75,000 people showing up every day, even the remote 1 in 5,000 odds means there will likely be at least a few cases contracted at Outside Lands.

 

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