BjÃ¶rk and Animal Collective. I've done Coachella, I don't want to do it again unless it's a lineup that I think is exceptional. Bonaroo is actually the first music festival I heard of somehow and I've wanted to go for awhile.
In regards to the new stage that Coachella will be adding this year. I'm absolutely fucking stoked about this. The Sahara tent was a terrible shit show last year, so I see myself spending a lot of time at this thing:
"[Jason] Bentley (host of Morning Becomes Eclectic and host of returning electronic show Metropolis on KCRW) serves as a bridge of sorts between the younger, pacifier and dubstep crowd and the grown and sexy technophiles. He frames this divide in terms of a new Coachella stage that will be debuting this year."
"It's roughly a discotheque with a wooden floor and air conditioning that's meant to cater to the lost of art of DJing and mixing records," he says, adding that it's in contrast to the big lights and bombastic sounds of the Sahara Tent. "There's a place for that, but part of what we're responding to as Metropolis relaunches is that there are adults and other generations who want to listen to this music presented in a thoughtful way."
So I wasn't worried about selling my Coachella pass until I saw how many were for sale in my area. If there are that many for sale here, I don't even want to know how many are on the market. If anyone knows of anyone who needs a pass please send them my way. I'm willing to let it go for pretty cheap.
Even though stubhub angers me, you might want to give that a shot. The cheapest ticket on there is $450 right now, so if you throw yours up for $400 you will probably get back what you paid for it after all the fees and whatnot they charge.