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amspace
01-22-2008, 06:06 PM
Seems that this year's lineup aint that great... should we all wait and see what the All Points West Music & Arts Festival at Liberty State Park (a.k.a. East Coast Coachella) will have to offer?

whomod
01-22-2008, 06:08 PM
I'm waiting for APW myself and I hate flying! That's how F88ked up this lineupl is!

smoke
01-22-2008, 06:17 PM
coachella

microlovebeat
01-22-2008, 06:19 PM
don't go

ADrunkPoet
01-22-2008, 06:20 PM
Going...out of tradition..nothing more..

If next year's lineup resembles this in quality though, this will be my Coachella swansong.

woogie846
01-28-2008, 01:51 PM
Don't decide to go to East Coachella before they announce the line up. That's really stupid.

gaypalmsprings
03-05-2008, 04:12 PM
I hate flying!

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Memorial_07
03-05-2008, 07:32 PM
why does everyone consider APW "East Coachella"?
They are opposite. Just because they have the same promoter doesn't mean they are the same.
APW doesn't have a desert setting.
Thats the main issue for me.

JClemy
03-05-2008, 07:35 PM
APW has got some sweet bands but mostly it's not as good.

Suffacated
01-04-2009, 04:05 AM
Best option for 08?

Um.... am missing something here?

gaypalmsprings
01-04-2009, 07:57 AM
PASSENGER CHECKLIST
SUGGESTIONS TO MAKE YOUR SAFE TRIP EVEN SAFER
Sensible Clothing
Shirt - Long sleeved, natural fabrics.
Slacks/pants - Long, natural fabrics.
Shoes - Leather or canvas and low-heeled.
Child Safety Seat
Check with airline for policy on use before arrival at airport.
On Board the Aircraft
Safely stow carry-on baggage.
Wear seat belt snug and low across the hips.
Keep your seat belt fastened at all times.
If you take your shoes off, put them on before landing.
Review the passenger safety card before each takeoff and each landing.
Listen carefully to the safety briefing.
Ask questions if safety information is not clear.
Make a mental plan of the actions you would take in an emergency.
Be familiar with all exits.
Count seat rows between you and at least two exits.
Exit Row Seating
Listen to the safety briefing and/or read the written instructions for aircraft specifics.
You must be physically capable and willing to perform emergency actions. If not, request another seat.
You must know your responsibilities in the unlikely event of an emergency.
Ask questions if instructions are not clear.
Consider the effects of alcoholic beverages.
In the unlikely event of an emergency, you should be aware of the following.
Evacuation Slides
Jump feet first into center of slide.
Do not sit down to slide.
Place arms across chest, elbows in, and legs and feet together.
High-heeled shoes can damage slides.
Decompression
Pull oxygen mask toward you to start oxygen flow.
Put your oxygen mask on as quickly as possible.
Help children and others with their masks.
Flotation Devices
Know where they are and how to use them.
Life vests (under seat, if available), life rafts, and some seat cushions and evacuation slides can be used as flotation devices.
Evacuating the Aircraft
Follow instructions of crew member (if possible).
Stay calm and proceed quickly to exit.
Leave all your possessions behind.
Fire or Smoke
In-flight - Use wet paper towel or handkerchief over nose and mouth. - Move away from the source of fire and smoke.
On Ground - Stay low. - Proceed by your predetermined count of seat rows to exit(s) and/or
- Follow floor proximity lighting to an exit. - Exit the aircraft. - Leave all your possessions behind.
Outside the Aircraft Move away from aircraft, fire, and smoke. If possible, help those requiring assistance. Remain alert for emergency vehicles. Never go back into a burning aircraft.

Best post ever!

Suffacated
01-04-2009, 08:04 AM
PASSENGER CHECKLIST
SUGGESTIONS TO MAKE YOUR SAFE TRIP EVEN SAFER
Sensible Clothing
Shirt - Long sleeved, natural fabrics.
Slacks/pants - Long, natural fabrics.
Shoes - Leather or canvas and low-heeled.
Child Safety Seat
Check with airline for policy on use before arrival at airport.
On Board the Aircraft
Safely stow carry-on baggage.
Wear seat belt snug and low across the hips.
Keep your seat belt fastened at all times.
If you take your shoes off, put them on before landing.
Review the passenger safety card before each takeoff and each landing.
Listen carefully to the safety briefing.
Ask questions if safety information is not clear.
Make a mental plan of the actions you would take in an emergency.
Be familiar with all exits.
Count seat rows between you and at least two exits.
Exit Row Seating
Listen to the safety briefing and/or read the written instructions for aircraft specifics.
You must be physically capable and willing to perform emergency actions. If not, request another seat.
You must know your responsibilities in the unlikely event of an emergency.
Ask questions if instructions are not clear.
Consider the effects of alcoholic beverages.
In the unlikely event of an emergency, you should be aware of the following.
Evacuation Slides
Jump feet first into center of slide.
Do not sit down to slide.
Place arms across chest, elbows in, and legs and feet together.
High-heeled shoes can damage slides.
Decompression
Pull oxygen mask toward you to start oxygen flow.
Put your oxygen mask on as quickly as possible.
Help children and others with their masks.
Flotation Devices
Know where they are and how to use them.
Life vests (under seat, if available), life rafts, and some seat cushions and evacuation slides can be used as flotation devices.
Evacuating the Aircraft
Follow instructions of crew member (if possible).
Stay calm and proceed quickly to exit.
Leave all your possessions behind.
Fire or Smoke
In-flight - Use wet paper towel or handkerchief over nose and mouth. - Move away from the source of fire and smoke.
On Ground - Stay low. - Proceed by your predetermined count of seat rows to exit(s) and/or
- Follow floor proximity lighting to an exit. - Exit the aircraft. - Leave all your possessions behind.
Outside the Aircraft Move away from aircraft, fire, and smoke. If possible, help those requiring assistance. Remain alert for emergency vehicles. Never go back into a burning aircraft.

longest post ever

TeamCoachellaHellYeah
01-04-2009, 08:27 AM
I went to both. Totally worth it.

JustSteve
01-05-2009, 02:50 PM
seriously! i had so much fun on my first trip to nyc. i think we maybe saw about 5 acts the whole weekend because we were so busy having fun in the apple. didn't even make it to the show on sunday. the time spent at the venue was magical, though...

epic:
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v97/forgotaboutsteve/0ff32d6c.jpg

algunz
01-05-2009, 05:03 PM
That is a great pic. At the risk of sounding ignant, who is playing?

ATamreLion
01-05-2009, 09:23 PM
Seriously, the lineup is pretty important, but the experience is going to be awesome no matter what. Just make sure to bring some good friends and you will have the time of your life. I'd definitely recommend Coachella!

TeamCoachellaHellYeah
01-06-2009, 05:58 AM
That is a great pic. At the risk of sounding ignant, who is playing?

The Roots.