Outside Lands 2010: Updated (Rumored) Lineup, Official Lineup Drops Tomorrow

The lineup for Outside Lands is expected to drop first thing tomorrow morning with a video by Eclectic Method that will air on SFWeekly.com, but ahead of that, we’ve got the latest and greatest list of rumored performers that will be making an appearance in Golden Gate Park this year for the fest. The top of the lineup will feature Furthur, My Morning Jacket, Phoenix, and potentially Arcade Fire, all of which seem perfectly suited for this year’s condensed version of the festival. That’s a decent amount of bang for the buck if you snatch up tickets right away…

The lineup has hardly been kept a secret so far, especially with the Ranger Dave clues that were solved via the community of followers on their Twitter account.

Outside Lands lineup leaked in both Rolling Stone and Spin [All Shook Down]

Meanwhile, the June 10 issue of Rolling Stone, which hit our mailbox last Wednesday, includes a festival guide with a neato map that mentions Furthur — the new band of Grateful Dead figureheads Phil Lesh and Bob Weir — along with Phoenix, Kings of Leon and Al Green as headliners for Outside Lands. The map is on page 36 of the issue with Russell Brand writhing on the cover.

Kings of Leon, My Morning Jacket Headlining Outside Lands 2010 [SFist]

Outside Lands organizers have been sitting on the full lineup and waiting to release it on June 1st, but yesterday some eagle-eyed music fans noticed that an ad a sidebar in the new issue of Spin has hit stands ahead of this release date showing the full a partial line-up, which includes headliners Kings of Leon, My Morning Jacket, and Phoenix, with The Gossip, soul legend Al Green, and BlackStar also on the bill.

I’m pretty excited that this festival got condensed. While I’ve gone both years they’ve held the festival so far and really enjoyed myself both times, the festival always seemed a bit big and/or in possession of this “filler” quality with some of the bands and vendors chosen. At times, especially last year, it felt so overly mainstream and bourgeois that I wondered if this festival would still have a place in the future of the San Francisco (and national) music scene. I’m thinking this two-day lineup could help it remain a fixture on the scene for years to come, especially considering they lowered the price considerably from last year’s gouge fest.

See you in the beer line, folks.

Visit www.sfweekly.com at 9AM PST on Tuesday, June 1st for the Outside Lands lineup announcement video premiere. Check back to our site at 11AM PST on Tuesday, June 1st for the full skinny on the lineup, ticketing details and everything you ever cared to know about Outside Lands.