San Francisco News
More money, fewer complaints from Outside Lands
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco's Recreation and Parks Department earned well over $1 million from this year's Outside Lands Music Festival.
New numbers released by the festival's organizers show 195,000 people attended this year's three-day music festival.
The city earned more than $1.5 million from the event, taking a chunk of money from ticket sales and rent from the use of facilities in Golden Gate Park.
The organizers also say fewer complaints were logged by neighbors.
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