Gonna be SICK
confirmed by Pitchfork
Gonna be SICK
confirmed by Pitchfork
Arcade Fire Sucks
They toss a few balls in the air and WOW it's amazing.
F that! Weak pull if that article is on
This article confuses me. How do they know only 2 of the headliners
Everyone on this board is talking about everything else on the lineup. This is the best headliner Coachella has had in many years and everyone should discuss Outkast more. The Coachella Stage will explode when they perform. Hopefully it will take out Baily in the process.
i can't wait for baily and rodgerhamjet to come in and bitch because they were forced to watch outkast or leave early once the schedule comes out.
headliner rollout was botched. news of outkast reuniting should have been treated like state secrets.
Coachella isn't ready for this
'Power Music. Electric Revival' chant/jam for 5 minutes during the encore.
Nobody is ready for this.
Is anyone here playing to see the Outkast summer tour multiple times live?
I asked because i got into a debate with a friends about how rock acts lend themselves better to multiple shows mores than other genres. Sorta like how some great movies lend themselves to multiple viewings whereas others you need couple years between views.
Make no mistake, Outkast will be a major highlight of the festival - I saw them 2001.
I'm beyond excited for this set. It has the potential to be Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre on steroids. They're going to tear the stage down with B.O.B. and I will be right there to see it.
I saw them in 2001 too. Aragon Ballroom in Chicago. Ludacris was opening for them supporting his first album. I was a punk ass 18 year old and I remember shouting along with the lyrics to the song "Aquemini" especially "pay your fuckin beeper bill bitch" cause I need to pay my fuckin beeper bill at the time.
I know some of you guys want 2 hours of deep cuts, but their show is most effective with being an intense hit heavy hour & change that will leave everyone's jaw on the floor.
Originally Posted by menikmati
I'm locking this fucker.
Bigg Gipp confirms Outkast/Goodie Mob/Dungeon Family performing onstage together at some point in 2014, but not necessarily at Coachella:
http://revolt.tv/video/big-gipp-conf...B-EE584370763BLate last year, REVOLT broke the news that Outkast would reunite in 2014, tackling a slough of festival dates, which we’ve since learned spans into the double digits (read: 40). As suspected and now confirmed, the inaugural performance looks to go down at the start of every festival season, with two weekends at this year’s Coachella fest. From setlists to onstage guests to new albums, a cavalcade of questions still remain, though it looks like at least one of those, has been answered.
In an exclusive interview with Goodie Mob member, Big Gipp, REVOLT learned that members of Outkast's extended collective, Dungeon Family, will be present on the polo grounds, and the implication of guest appearances is heavy. “I can’t tell you who coming and who’s gonna perform, I’m just gonna tell you [Outkast] gonna be there and it’s gonna be a great show,” Gipp says.
While he was trepidatious to give away any Coachella surprises, Gipp did confirm you’ll be seeing Goodie Mob share the stage with Outkast, come the duo’s just-announced Atlanta date at CounterPoint, telling fans to mark their calendars for something special.
“Anybody who wants to see all of us together - if you never saw me do 'Black Ice' with Outkast, if you never saw Goodie Mob do 'Thought Process' with Dre 3000, if you never saw all of us do 'Watch For The Hook' with Cool Breeze, with everybody - you’ll get the opportunity to see it this year,” he revealed before adding, “It’s gonna be a beautiful night, Im gonna be a fan just as much as you." It’s also worth noting Killer Mike makes that bill as well with his Run The Jewels project, so an in-the-flesh version of “The Whole World” isn’t out of the question either.
So far, Outkast have announced performances at six festivals across the US, including Coachella, Governors Ball, CounterPoint, Big Guava, Hangout, and FireFly, with many more clearly on the way. Look for more on the Outkast reunion, as well as from Big Gipp and Goodie Mob, in the coming weeks on REVOLT.
I'd love to see this on the polo fields: