Treasure Island Music Festival Announces Lineup

October 18 & 19, 2014
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Featuring Outkast, Massive Attack, alt-J, Zedd, TV On The Radio, Janelle Monلe, The New Pornographers, Washed Out, St. Lucia, Banks, Jungle and MORE!

OCTOBER 18 & 19, 2014

Tickets On Sale Thursday, June 19 at 10am PT

Treasure Island Music Festival is thrilled to announce the lineup for their eighth year running. Spread out over two days on October 18th and 19th, 2014, the festival will include performances by:

Massive Attack
TV On The Radio
Janelle Monلe
The New Pornographers
Washed Out
St. Lucia
White Denim

The Growlers
Chet Faker
Ryan Hemsworth
Ana Tijoux
Painted Palms

Treasure Island Music Festival 2014 will be two straight days and nights of non-stop music, food and arts. Not only will it be the most intimate festival to see Outkast headline this season, but TIMF will also be one of the last times you can catch Andre 3000 and Big Boi perform this year. Additionally, The New Pornographers - who just announced their first new album since 2010 - will return to the Bay Area with their original lineup, including Neko Case and Dan Bejar (Destroyer). Massive Attack’s set at Treasure Island will be one of their three U.S. shows this year. alt-J and TV On The Radio, two of today’s indie rock powerhouses, will also have new albums this Fall performing new material at Treasure Island. Making her Bay Area return will be the effervescent Janelle Monلe, coming off a highly celebrated Bonnaroo performance last weekend. Look for a potential sit in with Outkast. The lineup also boasts buzz-worthy up-and-comers such as St. Lucia, Banks, Jungle, RATKING, Mط, Chet Faker and many more. This year’s lineup is a true force to be reckoned with.

2-Day Early Bird tickets will go on-sale with limited availability at a very special price of $145.00 Thursday, June 19th at 10 AM PDT via the Treasure Island website: Once they are gone, 2-Day Regular tickets ($160.00) will be available. 2-Day VIP tickets ($295.00) will also be available on this day, in addition to 2-Day On-Island Parking Passes ($70.00). Ticket prices include shuttle service to Treasure Island from the Bill Graham Civic in San Francisco.

We could tell you how amazing Treasure Island Music Festival is, with a stunning panoramic view of the San Francisco Bay, two stages and zero – yes, ZERO - overlapping sets. We could go on and on about legendary past performances by LCD Soundsystem, Death Cab For Cutie, Beck, Thom Yorke’s Atoms for Peace, The xx, The Flaming Lips, Deadmau5, She & Him, MGMT, Girl Talk, Vampire Weekend, Belle & Sebastian, M.I.A., Modest Mouse, The Raconteurs, Beach House, Sleigh Bells, Haim, Animal Collective, and more. OR, you could PRESS HERE to watch the TIMF Trailer and see for yourself.


Praise for Treasure Island Music Festival:

“People who live in the Bay Area are lucky… A ton of great bands showed up there over the weekend, from James Blake to Holy Ghost! to Real Estate and that doesn’t even get cover headliners like Atoms For Peace and Beck.” Stereogum

“…the staple finale for the West Coast’s outdoor offerings…” Consequence of Sound

“…San Francisco's Treasure Island Music Festival served as host to the acts that ruled big stages in 2013: Major Lazer, James Blake, Danny Brown, Disclosure, and Haim. It was a fitting final curtain for the year in music, but Treasure Island also slipped in performances that helped establish its own identity.” SPIN

“…year after year, Treasure Island continues to be one of the Bay Area's most pleasant festival experiences…” Huffington Post

“…Treasure Island Music Festival has come into its own as one of the best-curated and unique festivals not only in the Bay Area, but anywhere in the U.S.” San Francisco Examiner

“… offers an opportunity to get somewhat up close and personal with a host of emerging rock and electronic groups - most of whom are still veiled in the independent grace of relative obscurity - before they potentially get discovered by the rest of the world.” San Francisco Chronicle

“This weekend's Treasure Island festival couldn't help but make you feel lucky just for being there. With only two alternating stages … everyone on the bill is up against the gorgeous natural setting. “ - SF Weekly

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