Treasure Island Music Festival returns to San Francisco on October 13 and 14
Experience over two dozen performances including exclusive U.S. appearances, returning favorites and beloved Bay Area bands during this year’s two day Treasure Island Music Festival.
The festival features 26 artists headlined by Girl Talk, M83 and The XX. Highlights include a Ferris wheel, art installations, roaming performers and a DIY craft camp.
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Treasure Island artists to tell us their favorite things about San Francisco, revealing their favorite bars, restaurants, landmarks, and other places that are on thier must-see lists...more
As long as you’ve made the trek across the bridge, bliss out and visit one of Black Rock Arts latest installations. ...more
Several Treasure Island Night Show events are also taking place leading up to the festival. Check out the list of upcoming events here....more
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