wow $75 for a superjam featuring state fair acts.
$75 may be worth it to not have to see them at an actual state fair.
Joking aside, bigger names join the show. Last year saw an introduction by John Stamos and Craig Robinson, as well as guest appearances by Nicki Bluhm and Trombone Shorty, among others. It's just a jam set with a lot of fun stuff going on. If that's not your cup o' tea, then by all means save your money and go home early.
Ya, Death Cab was gone in under a minute. Capacity is 500, so just about 13% went to people that immediately relisted the tickets on SH. There are a few on craigslist as well.
Alright, I attempted my first clashfinder but for Sunday only as I think they are still going to add a band for Friday and Saturday. And if they don't add a band then I don't know how the times will play out for those days.
I used 2013 Sunday's time layout which I think is the most appropriate. Although there are only 4 dj acts so I gave everyone a long ass set. Thoughts?
If this is close, and I think I have the last four bands on Twin Peaks and Lands End for sure, then I'm going to get fucked out of Lykke Li show which is gonna suck.
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Fri: AC/DC, Tame Impala, Steely Dan, Alabama Shakes, Cloud Nothings, Eagulls, Allah-Las, Brant Bjork & the LDPB
Sat: Jack White, alt-J, Belle & Sebastian, Ratatat, Tyler the Creator, Father John Misty, Run the Jewels, Chet Faker, Kasabian, Milky Chance, Glass Animals, Royal Blood, Benjamin Booker, Ruen Brothers, Until the Ribbon Breaks
Sun: Florence & the Machine, Ryan Adams, St. Vincent, Brand New, Mac Demarco, Vance Joy, St. Lucia, Saint Motel, the Orwells, Night Terrors of 1927
Main Stage Friday:
Run The Jewels, Holy Ghost, Chromeo, Disclosure & Kanye. It's gonna be good.
And Cut Copy is between Lykke Li and Tiesto on Twin Peaks Sunday.
So since last year's daily schedule was announced 7/25, I imagine this year's will be announced this week?
Unfortunately, my boyfriend and I will not be able to go to OL this year so we are selling our tickets at what we bought them for, $320 each. Please PM me if you are interested! Thanks.
Darn. Was really hoping for AM > Kanye on the main, but the looks of Sunday is making up for that.
Still don't think it's the best idea to not have Disclosure closing twin peaks.
8/8-10: Outside Lands
10/5: War On Drugs - The Fillmore
10/8: Fink - The Independent
Or, ngrim92 could be blowing smoke up our collective asses. But I'm hoping he/she isn't and I will get to see Disclosure going into Kanye.
I think we get the schedule on Thursday but maybe we get lucky and it comes a little bit sooner.
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I knew Friday was going to hurt, but given that I'm seeing Arctic Monkeys at Staples, Disclosure into Kanye would be ideal for me.
I don't recall if this Official Night Show has been posted:
8/10 Deer Tick, The Districts, T.Hardy Morris & The Hardknocks @ The Rickshaw Stop
07/24 Social Studies @ GAMH (?)
07/28 Yumi Zoumi @ The Rickshaw Stop
07/31 Ratatat @ The Regency
08/07-08/09 OSL @ Golden Gate Park
08/17 Cayucas @ The Independent
08/26 MSTRKRFT @ The Mezzanine
08/28 Booka Shade @ The Mezzanine
09/18-9/20 TBD Fest @ Sacramento
09/23 Say Lou Lou @ The Independent
10/02 The Tragically Hip @ The Masonic
10/03 Tove Lo @ The Fox Theatre (?)
10/10 Beirut @ The Greek Theatre
10/14 AlunaGeorge @ The Mezzanine (?)
So NPR has the first listen of the new Tom Petty record, and it's fucking great.