Friday: Outkast, The Replacements, Girl Talk, Chromeo, AFI, The Afghan Whigs, Bastille, Jagwar Ma, Grouplove, Caravan Palace
Saturday: Muse, QOTSA, Pharrell, Foster the People, Empire of the Sun, Kid Cudi, Sleigh Bells, Cage the Elephant, CHVRCHES, Capitol Cities, Temples, Bombay Bicycle Club, Holy Ghost!, Bear Hands
Sunday: Arcade Fire, Beck, Neutral Milk Hotel, Trombone Shorty, Frank Turner, Surfer Blood, J Roddy Walston
8/9-11 - Outside Lands 8/24 - Godflesh & Jucifer 9/3 - Loma Prieta 9/6 - Church of Ra 9/28 - Jesu & JK Flesh 10/11 - Carcass 10/27 - At the Gates
There's still more of the lineup to announce yet, as well.
I'm hoping for some interesting adds like Deerhunter, who have a OSL sized gap in their schedule.
I can see Phoenix being the third Twin Peaks closer and playing opposite of NIN.
Considering I've never seen them, I'm not missing Paul or NIN for anyone.
As good as The National, Phoenix and some other bands are...they've already played OSL (The National has also done Treasure Island), so this isn't their first time, probably won't be their last time...if you miss them this time, there should be more opportunities to see them again in the future.
The National will probably be back in the Bay Area next year...they tour a lot and have made a number of stops in the Bay Area in recent years. Wouldn't be shocked if they wind up at BottleRock next year.
Last edited by Listening; 05-21-2013 at 11:29 AM.
http://www.thelineofbestfit.com/news...rs-time-125606 . Not that I disagree with the conclusion, just that the premise that you can see them the next time around is faulty.
For me Paul, NIN and The National are can't misses for me. I will be very sad if there's a conflict with the National for those two headliners.
3/5- Datsik, Catalyst
3/12- Tool, Bill Graham
3/21- Calvin Harris, SAP Center
3/25- Kings of Leon, SAP Center
4/17- QOTSA, Bill Graham
4/17- Sam Smith, Rickshaw
4/18- Disclosure, Greek
4/19- Ellie Goulding, Bill Graham
4/28- Franz Ferdinand, Fox Theater
5/1- ArminOnly, SAP Center
5/16 & 17- Lindsey Stirling, Warfield
5/17- Purity Ring (DJ set), Mezzanine
7/30- Arcade Fire, Shoreline
8/17- Paramore- Concord Pavilion
9/22 & 23- Katy Perry, SAP Center
I feel there is a good chance The National will be at Coachella next year a la Sigur Ros this year. You could take your chances with this scenario if you plan on going to coachella and there is a can't miss conflict
10 AUGUST: GREEK THEATRE, LOS ANGELES, CA / W/ DAUGHTER / TICKETS
11 AUGUST: HOLLYWOOD FOREVER CEMETERY, LOS ANGELES, CA / W/ DAUGHTER / SOLD OUT
They've got two nights in Seattle and a night in Portland in September.
The National has toured extensively and it's not like they're slowing down that much yet.
Last edited by Listening; 05-21-2013 at 12:40 PM.
missing paul mccartney for anyone is just the epitome of stupidity.
I'd say vampire weekend and NIN will no way close out a night together. as renowned as they are there probably isn't enough mainstream appeal to support OSL. maybe it will go like this:
Friday: Phoenix -> RHCP (vs. The National)
Saturday: Yeah Yeah Yeahs -> NIN (vs. Kaskade)
Sunday: Vampire Weekend -> Paul McCartney (vs. Pretty Lights)
The National -> Phoenix -> NIN (vs. Kaskade/PL)
YYY's -> McCartney (vs. J5?)
VW -> RHCP (vs. PL/Kaskade)
Either way, both Kaskade and PL are playing on Saturday elsewhere so they're most likely headlining Twin Peaks on Friday/Sunday
OutKast / The Knife / Chromeo / Bonobo / Bryan Ferry / Flume / Jagwar Ma / Shlohmo
Muse / Queens of the Stone Age / Pet Shop Boys / CHVRCHES / Solange / Tiga / Holy Ghost! / Blood Orange
Arcade Fire / Beck / Neutral Milk Hotel / Disclosure / Laurent Garnier / STRFKR / AlunaGeorge / Flight Facilities
Dang, Paul McCartney on Sunday would be the most memorable.
Looks like I will be spending most of my time at the main stage at night if VW and The National are both subbing on the main stage.
8/9 - Glass Candy @ Mezzanine
possible Chromatics night show?
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Coachella 07 (the introduction), 08 (the bands), 09 (the documentary), 10 (the people i came with), 11 (the relationship test... we passed), 12 (whatever the weather, Dirty Epic forever), 13 (the year of the troll)
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I think they played the KROQ Weenie Roast. lol