SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) --Organizers hope everything will go smoothly Saturday night at Outside Lands in Golden Gate Park.
An enormous crowd is expected as Radiohead takes the main stage.
Seventy thousand music fans strolled into Golden Gate Park on day two of the three-day music festival.
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"Outside Lands San Francisco, what more could you ask for? We got good people, great music, beer and wine, all you can drink, great food from around the bay. I love it here. It's my home away from home, baby," said concert goer Reek Ribas.
It's crowded, but the list of bands playing playing is impressive, with a highly anticipated Radiohead performance set for Saturday night. Extra cell towers on wheels were rolled in to provide bandwidth for all those selfies and Facebook Live posts.
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But tickets were pricey.
"Three hundred to $350 and we got Airbnb. We're staying the night and yeah, it's a good time. The weather is great," said concertgoer Ashley Lyons.
Some found creative ways to get in free. "Volunteer in the morning and then get to party at night for free and I get food. It's pretty great," said Karelia Encifo.
Add a little San Francisco fog to the new stage and you've got the makings of what's fast becoming one of the hottest concert venues in the nation.