2/21 - Skinny Puppy
5/23-25 - Summer Camp
7/18-20 - Pitchfork Music Festival
8/1-3 - Lollapalooza
very solid line up, pretty much as expected, nothing spectacular in there, but very good overall
its a pass for me this year again cause of other things during the summer
I think RHCP played about 2 hours. Green Day were slated for 2 hours and went over by about 35 minutes I think. I think Pearl Jam also played for about 2.5.
It's funny how everything was roses when we held on to the guns.
If that's the real lineup, it's pretty good. I'm wondering if The Cure is going to be an exclusive or if they're going to play more shows in the U.S. If that's the only chance I have of seeing them, I want to go on their day.
We're here to play some Mississippi Delta Blues. We're in a horrible depression, and I gotta admit - we're starting to like it.
Lineup is out. Looks like the leak was accurate - Mumford, the Cure, NIN, Vampire Weekend, Phoenix, the Killers, Postal Service, New Order....
Would have been nice to see NIN, Kendrick Lamar, the National, Thievery Corporation and Emile Sande but the rest is meh. No exclusives that make you go 'wow'. I bet the lions share of these artists not playing Coachella end up at Outside Lands.
I think I may shoot for Friday only. Cross NIN off the bucket list
Friday, August 2nd
Nine Inch Nails
Queens Of The Stone Age
Lana Del Rey
Band Of Horses
Father John Misty
Chance The Rapper
Twenty One Pilots
Keys N Krates
Brick + Mortar
Brite Lite Brite
Saturday, August 3rd
Mumford & Sons
The Postal Service
Matt & Kim
Court Yard Hounds
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Shovels & Rope
Little Green Cars
Family of the Year
The Bright Light Social Hour
Lukas Nelson & P.O.T.R.
Sunday, August 4th
Two Door Cinema Club
Tegan and Sara
Lianne La Havas
Family of the Year
Kill the Noise
Machines Are People Too
Half Moon Run
I was sure Coachella would get Angel Haze. It would've been great to have her and Death Grips in the desert this year.
Death Grips fucked it up for two weekends last year. I'm surprised they're even around a year later, to be honest. I guess we'll have to wait for the lead singer to sober up before he can inject himself with that fatal junk load we've all been waiting for. Otherwise, I was sort of hoping to see them again this year too...
Saturday is the worst single day I've ever seen. snoozer.
6/26 Sunflower Bean @ Constellation Room, 7/3 Telecaves @ Non Plus Ultra, 7/7 Mitski @ The Echo, 7/22 Weird Al @ Hollywood Bowl, 7/28 Tokimonsta @ Hammer Museum, 8/3 Marissa Nadler @ The Echo, 8/4 Radiohead @ Shrine Auditorium, 8/7 Sufjan Stevens @ Hollywood Bowl, 8/27-28 FYF Fest, 9/24 Music Tastes Good, 9/25 Lush @ Fonda
I may go down Friday, but probably not. I hate this fest and know I would have to miss half the acts I want to see that day. I am also hitting way more festivals than I had originally intended anyway
August 12-14 - Migration Fest
August 16 - Monolord
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 7-9 - ACL wk.2
October 11 - Failure
October 21 - Sleep
October 22 - Sleep
October 23 - Sleep
November 6 - Sia
November 12 - Black Sabbath
There is 4 years pent up demand for NIN so it'll be curious to see how their crowd compares to some of the other Lolla headliners.
That would actually be a pretty good crew. I will think more on this
Picking Paul up in Wausau after Eau Claire would make the most since.
Last edited by Neighborhood Creep; 04-02-2013 at 07:44 PM.
You guys think single days are gonna sell out today?
Dips All Day Everyday.
Lol @ the worst festival single day lineup in history sold out first.
Metallica: 8/20 @ U.S. Bank Stadium
Prophets of Rage: 9/3 @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
Coachella 2017: 4/14-16 @ Empire Polo Fields