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Tyler, the Creator, the Killers and a Country-Flavored Post Malone Set for Outside Lands Festival

The San Francisco festival returns for its 16th iteration.

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Tyler, the Creator, Post Malone and the Killers will headline Outside Lands Festival.

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Fresh off a successful headlining stint at Coachella, Tyler, the Creator will resume his festival duties as one of the headliners at San Francisco's three-day Outside Lands Festival, which takes place at San Francisco's Golden Gate Park from Aug. 9-11. Sturgill Simpson, Grace Jones, the Killers and the Postal Service will also perform, as will Post Malone, who's set to perform what's being billed as a "special country set."

Tickets for the fest's 16th iteration go on sale tomorrow, April 26. Check out the festival website for more information.

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Other notable names on the lineup include Kaytranada, Victoria Monét, Schoolboy Q, Chappell Roan, Reneé Rapp, the Last Dinner Party, Real Estate, Young the Giant, Slowdive, Romy, Jungle, Chris Lake, Lemon Twigs, Kevin Abstract, Amyl and the Sniffers, Young the Giant and Gryffin. (Breakout South African singer Tyla is also scheduled to perform, having recently been forced to cancel a slew of dates -- including her Coachella debut -- as a result of an injury.)

The festival will also feature the Dolores Stage, which is designed to be an inclusive dance space for trans and queer festivalgoers, as well as the open-air SOMA stage, which will host the likes of Idris Elba, the Blessed Madonna and Uncle Waffles on the decks.

“Every year we start with a blank canvas and because of the diverse and sophisticated palette of Bay Area music fans, we get to program a festival that is not only multigenerational but shows an incredible range of genres and musical subcultures,” Allen Scott, Outside Lands founder, said in a press release.

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Tyla, who was forced to cancel a string of spring dates due to injury, will perform at Outside Lands.

While Post Malone is no stranger to the festival circuit this year (he's also scheduled to headline Bonnaroo, New York's Governors Ball and next weekend's country-focused Coachella equivalent Stagecoach), his stock has certainly risen in recent weeks, with guest spots on Beyoncé's Cowboy Carter album and Taylor Swift's just-released The Tortured Poets Department, on which he features on the opening track. (Shaboozey, who can boast two guest appearances on Cowboy Carter, will also perform at Outside Lands.)

The Killers also have a full dance card this summer, with sets scheduled for Governors Ball and the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, all before inaugurating a Las Vegas residency in which they will perform their debut, Hot Fuss, in full.

Lat year's Outside Lands featured Kendrick Lamar, Megan Thee Stallion, Foo Fighters and Lana Del Rey.

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The Last Dinner Party continue their U.S. takeover with an Outside Lands booking.

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Check out the full Outside Lands artist lineup below:

Tyler, the Creator

The Killers

Sturgill Simpson

Post Malone

The Postal Service

Grace Jones



Chris Lake


Teddy Swims

Reneé Rapp

Victoria Monét


Snoh Aalegra

Young the Giant

Schoolboy Q


Killer Mike

TV Girl


Chappell Roan

Channel Tres


Charley Crockett

Men I Trust


The Last Dinner Party

Ben Howard

Amyl and the Sniffers

Kevin Abstract

Paul Cauthen

The Japanese House



Real Estate


Corinne Bailey Rae


Amen Dunes


Allen Stone

Ryan Beatty



Confidence Man



Daði Freyr



Medium Build




Chance Peña

Mimi Webb

Daily Bread



billy woods

The Lemon Twigs


Sons Of The East



Katie Pruitt



Valencia Grace

Dan Spencer

Lael Neale

AG Club

Lady Wray

Odie Leigh

French Cassettes


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