Perhaps they were sent a list of the fun. merchandise they will be selling.
In 2007, one of the vendors posted about the food being divided by region well in advance.
4/9 Operators @ Bootleg, 4/14 Lush @ Roxy, 4/20 Bat for Lashes @ The Cathedral Sanctuary, 4/22-24 Coachella, 5/21 Jennylee @ Getty, 6/1-5 Primavera Sound, 6/7-8 Chelsea Wolfe @ Teragram Ballroom, 8/4 Radiohead @ Shrine Auditorium, 8/27-28 FYF Fest
well... thats not a big announcement at all.
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"Well, that's just like, you know... your opinion, man"
Tollett interview about All Points West in the Wall Street Journal. Tell me how you know better......
offical press release with GV/AEG
People were into the Stones, but worried about it cannibalizing the talent budget.
Last edited by Bumblebee; 01-19-2013 at 11:38 AM.
Co-promoting is different than it being their own show, with them being in charge of everything, GV were playing more of an advisory role. The guy who is the producer of Coachella was onsite ahead of time, but had left a couple days before APW began the first year. There were some others from the GV offices working the weekend, but they weren't answering to their normal bosses.
Anything else, Bumblebore?
Last edited by JustSteve; 01-19-2013 at 11:50 AM.
I'm not too worried about headliners. We've thrown around a lot of names as very likely, but last year everybody was talking about Coldplay, Foo Fighters, Bjork, etc., and then within 24 hours of the announcement/the announcement itself the names were suddenly Black Sabbath, the Black Keys, and Dre/Snoop. I'm going to trust the track record, and know that even if the headliners suck, the Mojave will be going off.
Friday: Justin Timberlake
Saturday: Depeche Mode
Sunday: Taylor Swift * The Killers