It’s official, the festival season in America is coming to an end and San Francisco’s Treasure Island, held October 15-16, is the perfect place to get in one last weekend of live music under the sun. Over the past decade, this small but incredible festival has drawn thousands of attendees seeking a laid back, intimate and carefully crafted experience.
The 10-year milestone is huge for Treasure Island Music Festival, but also bittersweet, as it’s the last run on the festival’s namesake island before finding a new home. But uncertainty about the festival’s future shouldn’t overshadow this memorable weekend. With a diverse lineup that includes Duke Dumont, Young Thug, Mura Masa, Ice Cube, Sigur Rós, James Blake, Purity Ring, Wild Nothing, and festival circuit favorite Mac DeMarco among others, this year is sure to be one for the books.
Treasure Island offers custom attractions, local food trucks, unique merchants, and a 60-foot Ferris wheel with unbelievable views of the bay. To make things even better, the grounds will feature only two stages with no overlap on the schedule, making sure you can check out every artist on the lineup. There’s truly something special about this boutique festival, and for those in the Bay Area who are interested in attending, there’s still time to buy tickets. We’re positive the festival organizers are planning to pull all the stops this year, and you definitely don’t want to miss out.