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How to Watch Outside Lands 2013 From Home

Live webcast of select sets will be available on Ustream

Outside Lands Music & Art Festival in San Francisco.
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August 8, 2013 2:55 PM ET

Like Coachella and Lollapalooza, this year's Outside Lands Music Festival will be streaming select live performances online, allowing fans to experience the action taking place in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park from the comfort of their homes. The schedule including some massive names — Nine Inch Nails, Phoenix and Red Hot Chili Peppers included. 

2013's Wildest Festival Fans

Here's the full schedule (times are EST). Visit Ustream's official Outside Lands streaming site to see the sets — on two channels — at the following times:

Friday, August 9th:
4:00pm – Smith Westerns
4:00 – Foy Vance
4:50 – Anuhea
5:00 – Surfer Blood
5:30 – Midi Matilda
6:00 – Twenty One Pilots
6:15 – The Heavy
7:00 – Wild Belle
7:20 – Band of Horses
8:20 – The National

9:30 - CHIC featuring Nile Rodgers 

10:00 – Jessie Ware
10:40 – Pretty Lights
11:00 – Yeasayer

Saturday, August 10th:
4:00pm – Soft White Sixties
4:10 – Milo Greene
4:55 – Atlas Genius
5:35 – The Growlers
5:40 – Youth Lagoon
6:30 – Gary Clark Jr.
6:30 – Thao and the Get Down Stay Down
7:20 – Young the Giant
7:20 – Baauer
8:00 – The Tallest Man on Earth
8:10 – Jurassic 5
9:20 – Grizzly Bear
9:50 – The Head and the Heart
10:25 – Nine Inch Nails
10:50 – Phoenix

Sunday, August 11th:
4:00pm – Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk
4:00 – The Easy Leaves
4:45 – Rudimental
4:50 – Fishbone
5:00 – Camper Van Beethoven
5:50 – Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
6:15 – Kurt Vile & the Violators
6:45 – Daryl Hall & John Oates
7:05 – Foals
7:50 – Vampire Weekend
8:10 – Emeli Sande
9:10 – Dawes
10:10 – Red Hot Chili Peppers

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