Treasure Island Music Festival

The San Francisco Bay area will have a treasure of musical acts visiting, during the 2014 Treasure Island Music Festival to be held on Saturday Oct. 18 and Sunday Oct. 19. A variety of hip-hop and indie rock acts will entertain fest-goers from two stages on the island. Gates open at 11am and the music begins at Noon.

The Treasure Island Music Festival includes classic indie acts such as The New Pornographers and TV on the Radio, plus the hip-hop duo act Outkast, as well as Alt-J, Washed Out, White Denim, Jungle, Zedd, Tobacco, Bleached, Cathedrals, Ana Tijoux, Asgeir, Chet Faker, Banks, St. Lucia and many more. Some of the biggest up-and-comers will share the same stages as the legendary acts. Outkast recently reunited and is one of the most popular acts in the entire line-up.

There are a variety of tickets available. You can get a 2-day regular ticket for $160, a one-day general admission ticket for $89.50, a two day VIP ticket for $295, or a one day VIP for $175. The VIP tickets include a select viewing area close to the main stage, a lounge in a tent, special food and concessions available, a full liquor bar, and best of all private restrooms away from the crowds!

Parking passes are also available, but we recommend using public transportation if possible or riding your bike. Two days of parking is $70, while one day is $40. Fest goes MUST have a parking pass to park on the island. There will be off-island parking available near the Bill Graham Civic Center.

Treasure Island is a man-made island that was built in 1936 to be part of the World’s Fair. It has been used as a military base, radar station, and was the shooting location for a number of motion pictures and television shows. It had sets built there for classic movies such as the Matrix, Patch Adams, and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

The Music Festival does not allow camping on the island, but there are places to camp nearby. Also, children under the age of two are allowed in for free, but there are no strollers allowed at the festival, for safety and space purposes.