Sneaking Into Outside Lands WON’T BE EASY This Year: Going Over or Under the Fence Gets Lots Harder

Back in the day, back in the aughts, all you had to deal with was one line of eight-foot cyclone fencing in order to get into Outside Lands.

You had to go under or over.

Here’s UNDER. See how that works? Easy peasy.

Click to expand – well there’s the problem: No bottom tension wire on the chain link fence + line posts too far apart = jailbreak.

And here’s OVER. This here is called the bum rush:

You could get away with this kind of thing a couple years ago.

But things have changed recently – you won’t be able find these weaknesses in 2012.

Oh, your friend Badger’s working on the inside this year and he’s going to let you and your buds in? Well, that might work.

But the days of a single chain link fence between you and your tunes are over.

Just saying.

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5 Responses to “Sneaking Into Outside Lands WON’T BE EASY This Year: Going Over or Under the Fence Gets Lots Harder”

  1. fred says:

    your a mark.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    All right, Freddie. Tell me how you do…

  3. Fence Jumper says:

    LOL. I got in twice this year. Once with a group of 60 people bum rushing the fence, and then another time by bribing the guards! Difficult to do? I think not.

  4. Fence Jumper says:

    Juuuust kidding xD

  5. I GOT OVER FIRST DAY CAUGHT SECOND DAY says:

    yoyo i also got in with a HUGE bum rush on friday, but got busted on Saturday with that bum rush.
    was still epic, and only got ticketed. doing the same for sure next year