The attention to detail paid off - after the initial rush-hour crunch Friday, traffic remained relatively manageable around the park; supplementary Muni buses kept weary fans moving through the Avenues; and tighter security measures made it more difficult - but not impossible - for gatecrashers to get over the perimeter fence. Neil Young and Crazy Horse, back together for the first time in eight years, headlined the opening night of the festival with a two-hour set of rarities, unreleased material and blistering jams, with a few classics like "The Needle and the Damage Done" and "Cinnamon Girl" thrown in. The Barbary tent, meanwhile, presented variety shows and stand-up comedy from the likes of David Cross and Neil Patrick Harris; while a pair of corporate DJ domes offered a respite from the nonstop live music altogether. Since beginning Outside Lands in 2008, Another Planet Entertainment has also donated $4.36 million to the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department. According to a San Francisco State University study released in February, more than 75 percent of people attending the concert last year were out-of-town visitors, generating more than $60 million for the local economy and creating 683 full-time-equivalent jobs in the city.