This past weekend, San Francisco was flooded with avid music-lovers from all over for the 6th annual Outside Lands. Thousands filled Golden Gate Park to watch live performances ranging from Paul McCartney to electronic sensation Kaskade.
Throughout the park, people were snapping and sharing photos instantly. When Paul McCartney graced the stage and began the iconic “Hey Jude,” the crowd clamored to record the music legend through their smartphones as they sang along. Similarly, hundreds of cameras flashed as “Flea” returned to the stage doing handstands during their encore performance. In the past, fans had to bring cameras and DSLr’s to the event in order to capture these moments–if cameras were even allowed at all. Now, all we need to do is snap a photo and share it on our smartphones.
The engagement extended beyond just attendees, however. The Outside Lands social team promoted their official #OutsideLands hashtag for attendees to use and a live webcast for those following at home. They’ve also worked to ensure that the post-event conversation remains just as active through a highlight reel on Ustream as well as actively tweeting about their mascot Ranger Dave recovering from the weekend.
Below, you can check out our own curated display of some great shots that stood out across the thousands #OutsideLands tagged photos over the weekend!
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