Sadly i'm in the same situation, i am going with Lightning in a Bottle because it's more than just another rave. The line up on this is good and worth it, but i think Lightning in a Bottle is going to be a lot more of an experience than this will be. I also figure that if i skip this and go to Lightning in a Bottle it will go Coachelle>Lightning in a Bottle>EDC all in back to back months. It's going to be an expensive festival season for me this year.
Me too. Coachella, Lightning, EDC, Bonnaroo for the birthday.
I'm not too familiar with Bay to Breakers. I think I saw some pics on Ryan's facebook a while back. Who played last year?
Rave in the street! Definitely a good excuse to go up north and crash at some friends houses, go to some shows, and party. I don't know about specific shows that were played I haven't made it out for the event yet.
Paul van Dyk, Groove Armada (DJ Set), Sander Kleinenberg, Sander Van Doorn, Robbie Rivera, Bart B More, John Dahlback, Caspa, Surkin, Goldie, Friction, Brodinski, DJ SS, Subfocus, AC Slater, Harvard Bass, 12th Planet, Star Eyes, Crissy Chris, Subflo = $45
Infected plays in LA multiple times a year. The price isnt worth it considering their last show at Vanguard (a block from the Palladium) was $15
They are making it sound like they are going a different direction with this rave. Does anyone what are they going to do differently to make this different from any other rave?......Or is this all just babble?
Hopefully if anything they will explore the theme of wonderland a little more. That could potentially be really ill.
G-funk acquired, thank you Coachella
Originally Posted by Theijuiel
Don't watch Conspiracy Theory while on mushrooms.
You know a festival is in the process of dying when you start to see sports jerseys there....