Outside Lands 2015

OSL_Photo Jim Donnelly

Another Outside Lands Music Festival has come and gone, and it was everything you have come to expect from it: a great, eclectic arrangement of acts on every stage and plenty of immersive experiences to experience to round out the weekend. Main stage headliners such as Mumford & Sons, The Black Keys and Sir Elton John each put on great performances along with a lineup of new and established acts—there was always a compelling performance to see from one of the stages. Also, with good food, growing popularity of Winelands and a new addition of three-hole mini golf in the festival, you are certainly going to have a fun time at this festival.

St. Vincent_OSL_Photo Jim Donnelly

St Vincent rocked the main stage on day one of Outside Lands. They held it down clad in leather, rocking guitar riffs and awesome vocals.

James Bay_OSL_Photo Jim Donnelly

James Bay had the whole crowd moving at the Sutro stage. His up-tempo style of blues was a welcomed sound to Outside Lands.

Billy Idol_OSL_Photo Jim Donnelly

Billy Idol proved that true rock & roll has no age. Idol and his entire band captivated the audience with their swagger and a rockin’ performance.

Cold War Kids_OSL_Photo Jim Donnelly

Cold War Kids played a solid set on the main stage. Led by their distinctive and passionate vocals, the band played a great set as the members playfully moved around the stage.

Mumford & Sons_OSL_Photo Jim Donnelly

Mumford & Sons put on a roaring close to the first night of Outside Lands. The packed crowd enjoyed a great mix of new and old songs from the angry folk band, which put on a spectacular performance for the crowd in Golden Gate Park.

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