Outside Lands Tickets 2021 with Fanimal
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Didn’t get your tickets in time for one of San Francisco’s biggest music festivals of the year? You’re in luck. I’m partnering up with Fanimal for the second time this year to help you snag the cheapest Outside Lands tickets on the internet with ZERO hidden service fees.
I snagged two VIP wristbands to Bottlerock this summer and when I tell you that it was the EASIEST transaction of my life, you need to believe me! My wristbands were delivered to me at the winery I was tasting at before the festival. No crazy will-call lines, no hidden fees, just premium live music and dancing with the homies.
- It is the cheapest place on the Internet for any ticket (not just Outside Lands). They charge zero hidden service fees – the price you see is the price you pay and if you find a lower price, they will match it <- just email them at email@example.com.
- On top of being the cheapest tickets on the internet, the social group purchase feature on Fanimal makes planning with friends easy! Start your group and set a minimum size, invite your friends who join by buying their tickets, and if your group doesn’t hit the minimum in time then nobody is charged! Plus, all group members earn account credit as more people join, up to a maximum of $20 of credit for groups of 20 or more.
- Lastly, they don’t believe in complicated refund policies or making you pay for extra ticket insurance in case things go wrong. EVERYTHING is backed by their 100% Ticket Guarantee. They even offer full cash refunds if the event is postponed. Other sites only offer refunds if the event is canceled.
Now that you have your tickets ->
Are you dressing up all three days? I am!
And if you still need to snag a costume I’ve curated a list of festival-friendly costumes that are guaranteed to be delivered to your door by Friday!
Now that we’re counting down the days to Outside Lands, here’s a preview of the cuisine, beverages, and activities that I plan on taking full advantage of at this year’s Halloween weekend edition of the festival.
Taste of the Bay Area will feature more than 85 Bay Area restaurants and food vendors to showcase their menu options. The massive list includes numerous vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. Some of the more notable vendors this year include A16, El Garage, Lazy Susan, Media Noche, and Sorrel.
I am dying to get into the Golden Gate club where you can snag eats from Angler, Boulevard, and Saison!
Now let’s talk costumes. Are we dressing up?
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