So Rage Against The Machine is going to come out and stand naked, Red Hot Chili Peppers is going to play naked, Bjork probably should be naked (because she isn't fat)... I will attend this festival naked.
Originally Posted by canexplain
I try to be politically pc more than most here: As a dude, anyone who could put a shark up a gals pc body, is pretty creepy, different and interesting. Just saying big time ..... cr****
If these are the highlights, then I quess itis pretty much assured that I will be spending that weekend in Vegas,
These are the headliners, not necessarily the highlights. The highlights always turn out to be the non-headliners, I think. Actually, the biggest two highlights for me were on the Outdoor Stage - Arcade Fire and Basement Jaxx.
Originally Posted by tessalasset
And bballaral just sent me the Girl Talk album and in the first five minutes of listening to it, I could not WAIT to see him at Coachella (assuming he plays...still not confirmed). Seriously listen to the Girl Talk album if you haven't already. It is the aural equivalent of the daft punk show last year.
I'm crossing my fingers for this one!!! That "Night Ripper" album kills me!
With Ticket Master it will probably be like 300$ a ticket. Ouch.
one of my favorite simpsons quotes:
Burns: And to think, Smithers: you laughed when I bought ticketmaster. "Nobody's going to pay a 100% service charge."
Smithers: Well, it's a policy that ensures a healthy mix of the rich and the ignorant, sir.
...Sources say Rage, which played the main stage at the first Coachella in 1999, will be joined by other familiar faces for the eighth edition of the festival, which covers three days this year and begins April 27: Red Hot Chili Peppers, which headlined in 2003, are back, as is Björk, who topped the bill in 2002.
Organizers were mum this weekend and it was not clear which day Rage or the other acts were slotted to play; that announcement is expected in the next few days. Other acts expected in the eclectic lineup: Arcade Fire, Interpol, Willie Nelson, the Roots, Manu Chao, the Decemberists, Arctic Monkeys, Sonic Youth, Crowded House, Air, Tiësto and Kings of Leon. ...
"Sources" does not necessarily equal "organizers."
I'll believe this reported lineup when I see it from GV.
Maybe they're going to do the whole thing without Ticketmaster. It would be highly admirable if they did.
Bonnaroo manages that every year.
SHOLD do the whole thing without ticketmaster, but inexplicably won't. LATimes already says tickets will go on sale via TM on Saturday, and ticketmaster already knows the new color scheme for the poster.