Update 7/25: Single day tickets go on sale Thursday, July 26 at 10am. Single-day GA passes cost $105, while single-day VIP passes are available for just $225. Additionally, weekend GA and VIP tickets are available for purchase for $185 and $335, respectively.




  • A$AP Rocky

  • Silk City (Diplo + Mark Ronson)

  • Santigold

  • Pusha T

  • Aminé

  • Hiatus Kaiyote

  • Laff Trax (Toro y Moi x Nosaj Thing)

  • Moses Sumney

  • Polo & Pan

  • George Fitzgerald


  • Gilligan Moss


  • Tame Impala

  • Lord Huron

  • Courtney Barnett

  • Jungle

  • Sharon Van Etten

  • Cigarettes After Sex

  • U.S. Girls

  • Alex Cameron

  • Soccer Mommy

  • Pond

  • Shame

  • Serpentwithfeet

May 16, 2018 — One day after officially announcing the return of the Treasure Island Music Festival, organizers for the two-day event revealed the full 2018 lineup, headlined by psychedelic rock band Tame Impala and rapper A$AP Rocky.

Beyond the headliners, additional acts on this year’s bill include turntablists Diplo and Mark Ronson making their West Coast debut performing as disco duo ‘Silk City, along with folk-rock band Lord Huron, dub vocalist Santigold, and electro-soul duo Jungle.

A big part of yesterday’s announcement was the festival’s new location at Middle Harbor Shoreline Park (MHSP) — located minutes from downtown Oakland. The Festival was forced to relocate after its tenth year in 2016 due to ongoing development and construction at the original site.

Two-day general admission (GA) and VIP tickets will go on sale this Friday, May 18 at 12pm PST, with escalating pricing tiers as tier sell out. Tier 1 tickets start at $165 for GA and $325 for VIP, jumping to $175 and $335 for GA and VIP in Tier 2, and then up to $185 and $345 for GA and VIP weekend passes during the regular sale. VIP tickets offer a preferred viewing area next to the main stage, an exclusive tented lounge with a full liquor bar, along with special restrooms, concessions, and additional amenities yet to be announced.