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    Not playing
    Bat for Lashes
    Gossip
    Spacemen 3

    Can't play due to tour schedule:
    Shout Out Louds
    BRMC
    The Prodigy

    Doubtful due to tour schedule:
    Iggy Pop & the Stooges

    Not playing anywhere:
    Radiohead Primavera reps said they do not plan to play live)
    David Bowie

    Conflicting reports:
    Arcade Fire (billboard says spring, considering festivals, NME says second half of 2010 and no gigs booked)
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    Michael Jackson

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    Michael Jackson
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    Default Re: People Probably Not Playing Coachella 2010

    Gang Starr's on that list also. They're not even together. I'm calling bravo sierra on that list. There's too many weird people listed for them to get together in Zimbabwe.
    *based upon tedious fact checking.

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    Yeah, I couldn't find any other info on that festival

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    Quote Originally Posted by summerkid View Post
    okay early i know but this is where we will keep tabs on people who will not be playing coachella whether it be because said band is on a hiatus or because they are booked elsewhere during Coachella. Now to start most likely these guys won't be playing.

    April 19 Zimrock festival in Zimbabwe
    Andre 3000 (so count Outkast out)
    Kanye West
    Lupe Fiasco
    Common
    Damian Marley
    Wyclef Jean
    NAS
    Erykah Badu
    Mos Def
    Stephen Marley
    Dead Prez
    Lauryn Hill
    MIA
    etc i just listed the ones that seemed like they could play coachella.

    http://eventful.com/events/zimrocks-...01-015104036-1
    for more. I guess this was supposed to happen last year but got pushed back a year that's why the lineup is out already so who knows if this will stick but if it does you can count out some pretty big hip hop names.
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    I can't see anyone actually playing a festival in Zimbabwe.
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    well, for all intensive porpoises it is, will sell out within seconds tomorrow.
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    Zimrocks isn't real. The guy claims that the exact same group of artists played in 2009, as well. It seems more of a wish list for his imaginary festival than anything else.
    *based upon tedious fact checking.

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    Bowie.
    Odi profanum vulgus et arceo. I hate the unholy rabble and keep them away - Horace.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sonofhal View Post
    I can't see anyone actually playing a festival in Zimbabwe.
    80% unemployment and 100,000% inflation...yeah I find it hard to believe too.

    EDIT: Actually now they have deflation. WTF


    http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp...E_gx2a7ubzZTvg
    Zimbabwe inflation rises in June
    (AFP) – 2 days ago

    HARARE — Prices in Zimbabwe rose in June, ending four months of deflation that followed the scrapping of the local currency, the government said Monday.

    After a decade of hyperinflation that soared into multiples of billions, Zimbabwe's government abandoned its currency in January.

    The government now calculates inflation based on US dollar prices, which have been falling all year.

    In June, the monthly inflation rate registered at 0.6 percent, against -1.0 percent in May.

    Food prices, however, remained deflationary, with food and non-alcoholic beverages at -1.26 percent, against -0.84 percent in May, the Central Statistics Office said.

    Non-food inflation was at 1.45 percent, compared with -1.05 percent for May.

    Since trading in foreign currency was allowed, Zimbabwe's once-deserted shops are again fully stocked with food.

    But even with food prices falling, few people can afford to buy food in a country where the unemployment rate is estimated at 94 percent.

    Once a regional breadbasket, Zimbabwe's economy has shrunk more than 40 percent over the past three years.

    The unity government formed in February between long-ruling President Robert Mugabe and his one-time rival Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai is trying to convince donors to give 8.5 billion dollars to revive the economy and the civil service.

    Last week Finance Minister Tendai Biti predicted that the country's economy will grow by 3.7 percent this year and ruled out a return of the Zimbabwe dollar.
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    more useless facts about the country...no way in hell is there going to be a festival here.

    http://www.cato.org/zimbabwe

    Zimbabwe
    Latest update: February 9, 2009

    R.I.P. Zimbabwe Dollar
    by

    Steve H. Hanke*
    Professor of Applied Economics
    The Johns Hopkins University
    and
    Senior Fellow
    The Cato Institute

    As I wrote on 25 June 2008, “Zimbabwe is in the late stages of a classic hyperinflation. … Inflation is galloping ahead as the supply of Zimbabwe dollars surges and the demand for them shrinks. Eventually, the currency will totally collapse as people simply refuse to accept it.” In recent months, facts on the ground have validated this prognostication. The Zimbabwe dollar is dead.

    Last year, I developed a hyperinflation index for Zimbabwe. The index began on 5 January 2007, a month before Zimbabwe entered the hyperinflation zone. Due to a lack of reliable data, I stopped reporting the index on 14 November 2008. This index was based on non-cash Zimbabwe dollar transactions. These had accounted for the bulk of transactions in Zimbabwe. By the end of November, however, there were virtually no non-cash Zimbabwe transactions taking place and the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange had stopped trading. The non-cash Zimbabwe dollar is, therefore, dead.

    Ashes are all that is left of the Zimbabwe dollar — a remnant of paper money. During Zimbabwe’s hyperinflation, foreign currencies replaced the Zimbabwe dollar in a rapid and spontaneous manner. This “dollarization” process was legalized in late January 2009. Even though the Zimbabwe paper money remnant circulates alongside foreign currencies, its real value is tiny, its use is limited, and its value against the U.S. dollar is cut in half every two days.

    Zimbabwe failed to break Hungary’s 1946 world record for hyperinflation. That said, Zimbabwe did race past Yugoslavia in October 2008. In consequence, Zimbabwe can now lay claim to second place in the world hyperinflation record books.

    Highest Monthly Inflation Rates in History Country Month with highest inflation rate Highest monthly inflation rate Equivalent daily inflation rate Time required for prices to double
    Hungary July 1946 1.30 x 1016% 195% 15.6 hours
    Zimbabwe Mid-November 2008 (latest measurable) 79,600,000,000% 98.0% 24.7 hours
    Yugoslavia January 1994 313,000,000% 64.6% 1.4 days
    Germany October 1923 29,500% 20.9% 3.7 days
    Greece November 1944 11,300% 17.1% 4.5 days
    China May 1949 4,210% 13.4% 5.6 days

    Source: Prof. Steve H. Hanke, February 5, 2009.

    New Hyperinflation Index (HHIZ) Puts Zimbabwe Inflation at 89.7 Sextillion Percent
    by

    Steve H. Hanke*
    Professor of Applied Economics
    The Johns Hopkins University
    and
    Senior Fellow
    The Cato Institute

    Zimbabwe is the first country in the 21st century to hyperinflate. In February 2007, Zimbabwe’s inflation rate topped 50% per month, the minimum rate required to qualify as a hyperinflation (50% per month is equal to a 12,875% per year). Since then, inflation has soared.

    The last official inflation data were released for July and are hopelessly outdated. The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has been even less forthcoming with money supply data: the most recent money supply figures are ancient history—January 2008.


    Absent current official money supply and inflation data, it is difficult to quantify the depth and breadth of the still-growing crisis in Zimbabwe. To overcome this problem, Cato Senior Fellow Steve Hanke has developed the Hanke Hyperinflation Index for Zimbabwe (HHIZ). This new metric is derived from market-based price data and is presented in the accompanying table for the January 2007 to present period. As of 14 November 2008, Zimbabwe’s annual inflation rate was 89.7 Sextillion (1021) percent.


    Since mid-November 2008, the weekly update of the HHIZ has been put on hold. The market-based price data from Zimbabwe have deteriorated and, at present, cannot be used to update the HHIZ. HHIZ updates will be resumed as soon as the quality of the data reaches a satisfactory level.
    *Steve H. Hanke is one of the world’s leading experts on exchange-rate regimes. He has played a prominent role in designing and implementing monetary reforms that have stopped very high or hyperinflations in eight countries.

    Hanke Hyperinflation Index for Zimbabwe (HHIZ) Date Index Monthly Inflation Rate Annual Inflation Rate
    5-Jan-07 1.00 13.70%
    2-Feb-07 1.78 77.60%
    2-Mar-07 3.14 76.70%
    5-Apr-07 6.90 56.20%
    4-May-07 6.75 -2.15%
    1-Jun-07 20.70 207.00%
    6-Jul-07 53.00 60.40%
    3-Aug-07 49.10 -7.29%
    7-Sep-07 82.50 70.60%
    5-Oct-07 219.00 165.00%
    2-Nov-07 642.00 193.00%
    28-Dec-07 2,010.00 61.50% 215,000%
    25-Jan-08 2,250.00 11.80%
    29-Feb-08 8,260.00 259.00%
    28-Mar-08 17,700.00 115.00%
    25-Apr-08 57,100.00 222.00%
    30-May-08 442,000.00 498.00%
    26-Jun-08 23,600,000.00 5,250.00% 41,400,000%
    4-Jul-08 49,200,000.00 3,740.00% 93,000,000%
    11-Jul-08 81,800,000.00 2,080.00% 167,000,000%
    18-Jul-08 122,000,000.00 1,030.00% 250,000,000%
    25-Jul-08 157,000,000.00 566.00% 317,000,000%
    29-Aug-08 6,330,000,000.00 3,190.00% 9,690,000,000%
    26-Sep-08 794,000,000,000.00 12,400.00% 471,000,000,000%
    3-Oct-08 3,570,000,000,000.00 15,400.00% 1,630,000,000,000%
    10-Oct-08 32,300,000,000,000.00 45,900.00% 11,600,000,000,000%
    17-Oct-08 1,070,000,000,000,000.00 493,000.00% 300,000,000,000,000%
    24-Oct-08 124,000,000,000,000,000.00 15,600,000.00% 26,100,000,000,000,000%
    31-Oct-08 24,600,000,000,000,000,000.00 690,000,000.00% 3,840,000,000,000,000,000%
    7-Nov-08 4,890,000,000,000,000,000,000.00 15,200,000,000.00% 593,000,000,000,000,000,000%
    14-Nov-08 853,000,000,000,000,000,000,000.00 79,600,000,000.00% 89,700,000,000,000,000,000,000%

    Sources: Imara Asset Management Zimbabwe and author’s calculations.

    A Note on Zimbabwe’s Official Inflation Rate

    Notes:
    1. Numbers are reported with three significant figures.
    2. The HHIZ is reported on the last trading day of the week.
    3. The monthly inflation rate is HHIZ(t)/HHIZ(t-4) - 1 and the annual inflation rate is HHIZ(t)/HHIZ(t-52) - 1.
    4. The HHIZ values are numerical estimates. In consequence, they are subject to revision when new price data are incorporated into the estimates.
    5. Prof. Hanke would like to thank Alex Kwok for his research assistance on this project.
    6. Prof. Hanke can be reached at his Johns Hopkins University office: (410) 516-7183 or hanke@jhu.edu



    Studies
    "Zimbabwe: From Hyperinflation to Growth," by Steve H. Hanke, Development Policy Analysis no. 6, June 25, 2008.

    "A Decade of Suffering in Zimbabwe: Economic Collapse and Political Repression under Robert Mugabe," by David Coltart, Development Policy Analysis no. 5, March 24, 2008.

    "The Loss of Property Rights and the Collapse of Zimbabwe," by Craig J. Richardson, Cato Journal Vol. 25 No. 3, Fall 2005.

    Longer Articles
    "How to Kill Zimbabwe's Hyperinflation," by Steve H Hanke, Global Dialogue, August 2008.

    "Botswana and Zimbabwe: A Tale of Two Countries," by Marian L. Tupy, The American, May 14, 2008.

    "Mugabe Is the Mobutu of Our Time," by Marian L. Tupy, Spectator, March 18, 2008.

    "How the Loss of Property Rights Caused Zimbabwe's Collapse," by Craig Richardson, Economic Development Bulletin no. 4, November 14, 2005.

    Op-Eds
    "Letter to the Editor: Central Banking Has Troubled Past," by Steve H. Hanke, Business Day, March 16, 2009.

    "The Printing Press," by Steve H. Hanke, Forbes, December 5, 2008.

    "Hyperinflation: Mugabe Versus Milosevic," by Steve H. Hanke, Globe Asia, August 2008.

    "Kill Central Bank to Fix Inflation in Zimbabwe," by Steve H. Hanke, The Times, July 13, 2008.

    "The Aid Africa Can't Afford," by Edward N. Luttwak and Marian L. Tupy, Los Angeles Times, July 8, 2008.

    "The Spiral of Zimbabwe," by Marian L. Tupy, New York Sun, June 23, 2008.

    "Mugabe's Best Friend," by Marian L. Tupy, Forbes.com, April 10, 2007.

    "The Long Fall of Robert G. Mugabe," by Marian L. Tupy, The New Republic (Online), March 28, 2008.

    "Peace Won't Come to Zimbabwe," by Marian L. Tupy and David Coltart, The Wall Street Journal, March 14, 2008.

    "New Hope for Zimbabwe," by Tom Woods, Roger Bate and Marian L. Tupy, Washington Times, February 6, 2008.

    "Free Banking for Zimbabwe," by Steve H. Hanke, Globe Asia, December 2007.

    "Mugabe's Apologists," by Marian L. Tupy, Wall Street Journal Europe, December 11, 2007.

    "Hyperinflation," by Steve H. Hanke, Forbes, May 17, 2007.

    "The World’s Greatest Unreported Hyperinflation," by Steve H. Hanke, Globe Asia, May 2007.

    "A Four-Step Recovery Plan for Zimbabwe," by Marian L. Tupy, American.com, April 17, 2007.

    "Bureaucratic Heart of Darkness," by Marian L. Tupy, Washington Times, April 16, 2006.

    "Mugabe Should Heed the Warnings of Hayek," by Marian L. Tupy, Financial Times, July 27, 2005.

    Podcasts
    "Power Sharing in Zimbabwe" featuring Marian L. Tupy, September 17, 2008 [Flash Audio, 06:27]

    "Poverty and Economy in Mugabe's Zimbabwe" featuring Rejoice Ngwenya, August 14, 2008 [Flash Audio, 06:51]

    "How Inflation Robs Zimbabwe" featuring Rejoice Ngwenya, July 29, 2008 [Flash Audio, 08:18]

    "Mugabe's Power Grab in Overtime" featuring Marian L. Tupy, April 4, 2008 [Flash Audio, 08:02]

    "Elections in Zimbabwe" featuring Marian L. Tupy, March 31, 2008 [Flash Audio, 06:18]

    "Disastrous Health Situation in Zimbabwe" featuring Richard Tren, March 25, 2008 [Flash Audio, 08:45]

    Video
    Marian L. Tupy discusses the Zimbabwe elections on BBC World News July 18, 2008 [Flash Video, 04:53]

    Marian L. Tupy on Gallup discussing Zimbabweans' desire for change April 1, 2008 [Real Media, 03:02]

    Marian Tupy on BBC World talking about Zimbabwe's elections March 28, 2008 [Flash Video, 05:04]

    Marian Tupy on CNN International discussing Zimbabwe's elections March 28, 2008 [Flash Video, 05:22]

    Forums
    "Escaping Poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa," July 28, 2008 [Capitol Hill Briefing]

    "Economic Collapse and Political Repression in Robert Mugabe's Zimbabwe," March 24, 2008 [Policy Forum]

    "The Collapse of Zimbabwe in the Wake of the 2000-2003 Land Reforms," March 28, 2005 [Book Forum]

    "Battle For Zimbabwe: The Final Countdown," Wednesday, June 30, 2004 [Book Forum]
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    david bowie

    heheheh :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorkfish View Post
    Zimrocks isn't real. The guy claims that the exact same group of artists played in 2009, as well. It seems more of a wish list for his imaginary festival than anything else.
    like i said it was supposed to happen in 2009 but it got pushed back to 2010 that's why the lineup is out already and for those saying a festival wouldn't happen its supposed to be a humanitarian thing honoring some concert Bob Marley played there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by summerkid View Post
    like i said it was supposed to happen in 2009 but it got pushed back to 2010 that's why the lineup is out already and for those saying a festival wouldn't happen its supposed to be a humanitarian thing honoring some concert Bob Marley played there.
    the country has rolling blackouts and barely has running water....I doubt it can pull a festival...the country can barely feed itself.
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    Bowie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeamCoachellaHellYeah View Post
    the country has rolling blackouts and barely has running water....I doubt it can pull a festival...the country can barely feed itself.
    probably why it was canceled in 2009, so yeah probably wont happen.
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    'the country has rolling blackouts and barely has running water'

    So does California and GV pulls it off...

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    The Zimrocks lineup only appears 35 times on all of the internet that Google's aware of. The lineup isn't mentioned on the any of the official site's pages, as well. It's just overwhelmingly more likely that its a complete fabrication than there is evidence to show that it might occur.
    *based upon tedious fact checking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zenidogx View Post
    YES! one small victory for Coachella-kind.
    That is, assuming Coachella is actually the same weekend as this festival.

    hopefully it is a victory for us.

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    Radiohead (no way they are touring again by then)
    David Bowie (heart trouble so the older he gets, the less likely he gets; doesn't need to do anything for money)
    The Smiths (if Moz and Marr wouldn't play together after making nice for the recent reissues, they never will)
    The Knife (doubtful a new album/tour will be ready in time with all the side projects going on)
    Boards of Canada (won't play live)
    Burial (won't play live)
    Future Sound of London (I don't count webcasts)
    Tom Waits (it's a major festival with major media coverage, no way)
    Scott Walker (never plays live)
    Kate Bush (crazy)
    Neutral Milk Hotel (crazy)
    The Libertines/Pete Doherty (visa woes)
    Amy Wino (visa woes)
    Air (they were hella pissed over the 2007 fiasco)
    last year's headliners and subheadliners
    Prince (too soon)
    Roger Waters (too soon)
    Jack Johnson (too soon)
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    NIN
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    Because fucking millenials that's what

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    At the Drive-In are also backing down from their "we'd do it for a suitcase of money" reunion to more of a "we're over it, it's done and done"
    *based upon tedious fact checking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boourns View Post
    Radiohead (no way they are touring again by then)
    David Bowie (heart trouble so the older he gets, the less likely he gets; doesn't need to do anything for money)
    The Smiths (if Moz and Marr wouldn't play together after making nice for the recent reissues, they never will)
    The Knife (doubtful a new album/tour will be ready in time with all the side projects going on)
    Boards of Canada (won't play live)
    Burial (won't play live)
    Future Sound of London (I don't count webcasts)
    Tom Waits (it's a major festival with major media coverage, no way)
    Scott Walker (never plays live)
    Kate Bush (crazy)
    Neutral Milk Hotel (crazy)
    The Libertines/Pete Doherty (visa woes)
    Amy Wino (visa woes)
    U2 (livenation)
    Jay-Zed (livenation)
    Air (they were hella pissed over the 2007 fiasco)
    last year's headliners and subheadliners
    Prince (too soon)
    Roger Waters (too soon)
    Jack Johnson (too soon)
    I wouldn't make too much out of Livenation signings. I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure that Roger Waters was signed to a Livenation contract, as well.
    *based upon tedious fact checking.

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    Fugazi

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    hilarious

    Quote Originally Posted by jgafs View Post
    'the country has rolling blackouts and barely has running water'

    So does California and GV pulls it off...
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    NIN
    NIN will be back touring before you know it, trust me.

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    Daft Punk

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceansc420 View Post
    Daft Punk
    i'd say they are likely i'm sure disney wants them to get out and tour before tron 2 comes out would be a good marketing campaign.

    Also looks like being signed on to live nation doesn't mean much with Jay-Z headlining apw.
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    Default Re: People Probably Not Playing Coachella 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by summerkid View Post
    Also looks like being signed on to live nation doesn't mean much with Jay-Z headlining apw.
    same for U2.
    Quote Originally Posted by TomAz View Post
    Reviewers who note the size of the crowd are dumb fucks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boourns View Post
    Radiohead (no way they are touring again by then)
    David Bowie (heart trouble so the older he gets, the less likely he gets; doesn't need to do anything for money)
    The Smiths (if Moz and Marr wouldn't play together after making nice for the recent reissues, they never will)
    The Knife (doubtful a new album/tour will be ready in time with all the side projects going on)
    Boards of Canada (won't play live)
    Burial (won't play live)
    Future Sound of London (I don't count webcasts)
    Tom Waits (it's a major festival with major media coverage, no way)
    Scott Walker (never plays live)
    Kate Bush (crazy)
    Neutral Milk Hotel (crazy)
    The Libertines/Pete Doherty (visa woes)
    Amy Wino (visa woes)
    Air (they were hella pissed over the 2007 fiasco)
    last year's headliners and subheadliners
    Prince (too soon)
    Roger Waters (too soon)
    Jack Johnson (too soon)
    Did Air ever say no coachella ever?
    Quote Originally Posted by TomAz View Post
    Reviewers who note the size of the crowd are dumb fucks.
    COACHELLA's: 2001. 2002. 2003. 2004. 2005. 2006. 2007. 2008. 2009. 2010. 2011. 2012. 2013. 2014. 2015.

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