Now I'm extremely anxious for the set times. I may have to do some careful planning. How long does it take to travel to each stage? Is it as big as Lolla?
I've never been to Lolla, but in contrast to Coachella, the walk between the main OSL stages (Lands End to Twin Peaks) is about 50% longer than the walk between the main stages at Coachella (Coachella and Sahara).
3/18-19: Starry Nites Festival @ Live Oak
3/25: Peggy Gou, Aaron Clark, Mike Gushanksy @ Audio
3/27: Strand of Oaks @ The Independent
3/31: Max Cooper @ PW
3/31: Shifted @ f8
4/5: Tin Man @ f8
4/7: Cosmin TRG @f8
4/8: Anthony Naples, Solar @ Monarch
4/12: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard @ The Fillmore
Breakdowns by day based on our collective research:
FRIDAY, AUGUST 10
Neil Young (FB)
Andrew Bird (FB)
Amadou & Mariam (Tour Dates)
Two Gallants (Billions)
Dirty Dozen Brass Band (Band Site)
YACHT (band confirmed it at a live show)
The Walkmen? (tour dates)
Passion Pit (COS-tour dates)
SATURDAY, AUGUST 11
Norah Jones (FB)
Sigur Ros (Band Site)
Explosions in the Sky (Billions)
Zola Jesus (Windish)
Portugal, The Man?
Die Antwoord (COS)
Fitz & the Tantrums (tour dates)
Tame Impala (tour dates)
Metallica (band website - tour dates)
Alabama Shakes (tour dates)
SUNDAY, AUGUST 12
Santigold (Band Site & FB)
Bloc Party (FB)
Skrillex (Band Site)
Wolfgang Gartner (FB)
Fun. (Band Site)
Allen Stone (Band Site)
M Machine (FB)
Electric Guest (Windish)
Jack White (tour dates)
No way in hell Jack White is after Stevie. And I'm only basing this on the fact that I think Jack would have issues agreeing to being after him. I love Jack White as much as anyone else on this board but lets be honest, it's Stevie Wonder, he is closing the stage.
So do you think the bands know what day other bands are playing when they agree to play a festival? I'm sure they know what day they are going to play but yeah. I mean Neil, Foo's, Beck all in the same day. If Beck or Foo's knew the other two were going to play the same day would they have agreed? Obviously money matters so take it out of the equation.
Are the Beerlands and Winelands going to shre the same tickets or are you going to have to buy separate tickets for each? There is only a few ones from each that interest me a lot so I would hope the tickets work at both.
Originally Posted by Drinkey McDrinkerstein
Why aren't there more good role models for fat people who fall down a lot?
I'm curious if they will sell the beers in Beer Lands by the pint or if it'll be somewhat similar to what the Wine Lands does, and just have you buy samples.
If it's anything like the Broo'ers Festival at Bonnaroo, you have the option of buying 3oz tasters or "regular"-sized beers (I know some were 16oz, can't say if they all were). Out there it was $2-4/taster or $6-9/regular.
EDIT: I found some pics online that show both 12oz and 16oz beers served by various booths. So there ya go.
Last edited by knotted_donuts; 07-19-2012 at 08:56 AM.
Reason: call them "mini pints"
Doubt it. The wine areas are free to enter, you buy drink tickets that can be used in different monetary combinations as not all of the wines are the same price. I assume they'll do the same with the beer area. Would be really nice if the tickets were interchangeable.