Treasure Island Music Festival (TIMF) has announced the full schedule for the tenth annual festival Saturday, October 15 and Sunday, October 16 on Treasure Island in the San Francisco Bay. Two-day and single-day GA and VIP tickets are still available at

Among this year’s music highlights are headlining sets from Ice Cube (to be joined by fellow N.W.A. members MC Ren and DJ Yella) on Saturday night and Icelandic post-rock group Sigur Rós on Sunday, with a stellar lineup of performers leading up to the nightly crescendos. Unfortunately, Kelela was forced to cancel her appearance this year. However, TIMF is happy to announce that The Polish Ambassador and Worthy will now be joining the Saturday performances. And with no overlapping music sets, you won’t miss a moment of the action of the celebration of a decade on the Island. To view the full schedule online, visit the link here:






9:25-10:55pm: Ice Cube

7:45-8:35pm: ZHU

6:10-7:00pm: Glass Animals

4:30-5:20pm: Young Thug

3:00-3:50pm: Mura Masa

1:30-2:15pm: Honne

Noon-12:45pm: Worthy


8:35-9:20pm: Duke Dumont

7:00-7:45pm: Flight Facilities

5:25-6:05pm: How To Dress Well

3:50-4:30pm: The Polish Ambassador

2:15-2:55pm: Sofi Tukker

12:45-1:25pm: Kamaiyah




9:20-10:35pm: Sigur Rós

7:30-8:30pm: James Blake

5:50-6:40pm: Tycho

4:15-5:05pm: Mac DeMarco

2:45-3:30pm: Christine and the Queens

1:20-2:00pm: Wild Nothing

Noon-12:40pm: Day Wave


8:30-9:15pm: Purity Ring

6:40-7:25pm: Sylvan Esso

5:05-5:45pm: Neon Indian

3:30-4:10pm: Deafheaven

2:00-2:40pm: Car Seat Headrest

12:40-1:20pm: Hinds


While this year’s festival site has been moved to Treasure Island’s eastern shore with views of Oakland and the Bay Bridge, fans can expect a familiar array of fun activities in addition to the music, including the 60-foot Century Ferris Wheel and the Silent Disco, which will now be located on the pier extending into the Bay from the festival grounds. Along with a mix of art installations and roaming performers, the festivities will also feature a Fire Triangle, a giant iron sculpture that spits fire controlled by attendees; the Memory Gallery, a retrospective of the festival’s first nine years; and a variety of food vendors offering some of the best cuisine of the Bay Area.

For more information on the festival and to purchase passes, go to Make sure to also follow TIMF at, on Twitter @timfsf, and on Instagram @timfsf for updates and special promotions. The festival’s official hashtag is #TIMF10.

The 2016 Treasure Island Music Festival artwork was designed by Joshua Ariza.