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Lizzo, Tame Impala, The Strokes: Which Outside Lands 2021 Headliner Are You Most Excited For? Vote!

Outside Lands 2020 might not make its way to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park in August, but Lizzo, Tame Impala and The Strokes will trek out there as headliners for next year’s festivities.

Tame Impala is no stranger to the festival headliner life, as Kevin Parker’s psychedelic rock project joined Ariana Grande and Childish Gambino at the top of Coachella’s bill last year. But now it’s time to give The Slow Rush, Tame Impala’s best-performing album on the Billboard 200 with a No. 3 debut following its Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14) release, the live show treatment.

Lizzo’s name also appeared next to Tame Impala’s on the original Bonnaroo 2020 lineup, with even more headliner gigs slated for this year such as Osheaga Festival, Virgin Fest and New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. The booked-and-busy flute-playing whizz has proven she’s good as hell on the stage she can physically return to next year.

After The Strokes released The New Abnormal, its first new album in 7 years, the indie rock band could bring back that garage rock sound to Golden Gate Park and make up for lost time after the three-day festival got pushed back a full calendar year because of coronavirus.

So which Outside Lands 2021 headliner are you already plotting to see? Vote below!

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