Treasure Island Music Festival

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Treasure Island Music Festival
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Genre Electronic music, electronica and hip hop/rap rock and indie rock
Dates October 13-14, 2018
Location(s) Treasure Island, California
Middle Harbor Shoreline Park
Years active 2007-2016, 2018-Present
Founded by Noise Pop
Another Planet Entertainment
Website Official website

Treasure Island Music Festival is an annual two-day music festival. Prior to 2018, the festival took place on Treasure Island, California, located in the San Francisco Bay. In 2018, the festival moved to Middle Harbor Shoreline Park, located in Oakland. The festival is produced by Noise Pop and Another Planet Entertainment (APE) .

The first day of the festival consists of electronica and hip hop/rap influenced performers while the second day consists of rock and indie rock influenced performers. Each day the sets are split between two separate, nearby stages, however, the performances are staggered such that attendees can listen to every performer. Typically, the northernmost stage is the main stage on which the headliner plays.

Parking on the island was limited and as such, each year the majority of private vehicles were left in the parking lot at AT&T Park or Bill Graham Auditorium, depending on the year, and a shuttle service was provided to the island. The organizers also claim this reduces traffic congestion on the island. The Treasure Island Music Festival has also been noted for its emphasis on reducing carbon emissions: organizers provide zero emission bus services to the island from the city of San Francisco and emphasize the use of composting.[1]

2018 Lineup[edit]

2016 Lineup[edit]

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Kart, Jeff (October 14, 2009). "Treasure Island Festival 3 Offers up a Trove of Green Music". Planet Green. Retrieved 2012-06-27. 
  2. ^ Pescovitz, David (June 26, 2012). "Treasure Island Music Festival 2012 lineup". Boing Boing. 

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