Just like MGMT, Vampire Weekend, The Decemberists, and many other big mainstream bands on the same level as The Black Keys and Bon Iver didn't end up headlining.
I also don't see Bon Iver as a headliner.
I agree Bon Iver probably wouldn't get a night to themselves simply because they only have two albums (well, one album if you're a Grammy voter.) But the Black Keys are easily more popular than Death Cab for Cutie, Massive Attack (if we're talking popularity in America), Ween and Ben Harper's Laughable Side Project - all headliners. We can play this game all night.
I bet all those Canucks fans from last year would love it if Mumford & Sons headlined.
It is good rioting music.
If we've learned anything since Sasquatch 2010 it's that when it comes to headliners, LITERALLY anything is possible.
OK, we aren't going to get into a discussion about the possibility of fucking Mumford & Sons headlining Sasquatch. Let's stop this right now.
Beirut more or less played every US festival in 2011... Sasquatch and Coachella being the exceptions. Wouldn't be surprised if the band ended up being at both in 2012.
I've kept my mouth shut because this is the worst type of rumor to spread, but my friend is friends with the touring trumpet player for Beirut and he said they'll be at Coachella at least.
Fuck I hope you're right.
I was really hoping for Primus this year but it looks like that isn't happening with them being in Illinois during the same weekend.
Last edited by superfiction; 12-15-2011 at 09:39 PM.
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What's up with the percentages this guy throws out for headliners??? Seriously, you are claiming an 83.2% chance of Bon Iver playing. Really? Not 82.1%? LOL.
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