Last edited by nathanfairchild; 07-17-2012 at 07:00 AM.
August 26-28 - Psycho LV
September 7 - Cobalt
September 12 - Kraftwerk
September 17 - Melvins
September 20 - Wolves In The Throne Room
September 21 - Kanye West
September 30-October 2 - ACL wk.1
October 7 - ACL wk.2
October 11 - Failure
November 6 - Sia
November 12 - Black Sabbath
So is this basically gonna be Coachella on a boat, or a completely different festival that GV puts on? (which, I'm sorry, but I would not want to be stuck at sea with a Holy Ship-esque crowd.)
December is a pretty slow month for most artists when it comes to touring, so the lineup has the potential to be stacked. Hopefully this will only be a three or four day cruise because that way I would only have to miss a day or two of work.
This is a good thing for all of the other lightweights like myself that have never camped because we enjoy our a/c and hot showers too much. Now we can now stay on site.
The Coachella cruise, Kid Rock Cruise, Holy Ship, Jam Cruise, Kiss Cruise and the rest need to battle it out for sea supremacy.
I've had a hankering to attend Bruise Cruise since its inception so I don't have any issue with another cruise. Might not be wise to advertise on coachella.com though.
I wish someone had the balls to throw a festival on a train. Fuck this high seas bullshit.
1. I have been hearing about how much fun Bruise Cruise and the Weezer Cruise were for two years from photog friends, so I'd be all about a cruise. But not with average Coachella audience members, because being stuck on a boat with some of those people would be horrid. And by "some of those people," I mean "you people."
2. I find these announcements about announcements to be entirely tiresome. It's hype for the sake of hype.
3. I am fascinated by how eternally optimistic you all are in thinking that this is actually going to be some great thing being announced that we will all be excited about.
Last edited by Courtney; 07-17-2012 at 08:36 AM.
I'm all for it if the announcement actually is about a cruise. I'm even interested in going. I don't think the "average Coachella audience member" that you all dislike will be the type of person that goes on the cruise.
Last edited by Bud Luster; 07-17-2012 at 08:56 AM.
Last edited by gaspard27; 07-17-2012 at 09:27 AM.
After all of the times people have said Coachella has jumped the shark, they're literally getting as close as they can to doing it.
Keep living in your douchebag free fantasy world of oceanic festivals, friend. YOU FOOL.