Post by quartermass on Feb 11, 2008 14:10:30 GMT -5
R.E.M., Modest Mouse The Cure Death Cab for Cutie The Flaming Lips Michael Franti and Spearhead Built to Spill MIA The Breeders The Presidents of the United States of America Tegan and Sara Flight of the Conchords The Hives The Blakes The Cops Cold War Kids The Cave Singers Joshua Morrison Heavenly States Fleet Foxes Siberian Ozomatli 65 Days of Static David Bazan (aka Pedro the Lion) New Pornographers The National Beirut Dedue Fever Okkervil River The Little Ones The Grand Archives Throw the Statue Kinski Battles Jamie Liddell Ghostland Observatory Mars Volta (pending) Matt Costa, Awesome J. Tillman White Heaven? Mates of State Blue Scholars Say Hi Dyme Def Siberian The Shaky Hands?
Were Rumoured (?) Mark Kozelek Sera Cahoone Destroyer Devon Williams Gang of Four Long Blondes Ladytron Datarock The Presets Walter Meego M83 The Fall of Troy The Dear Hunter (note: not Deerhunter)
The Cure, R.E.M., Death Cab for Cutie, Modest Mouse, Band of Horses, Silversun Pickups, Nada Surf, Rogue Wave, M.I.A., Gang of Four, Rilo Kiley, The Breeders, Cat Power, Galactic, The New Pornographers, Talib Kweli, Okkervil River, Beirut, Stars, Les Savy Fav, The Posies, The Nice Boys, Joseph Arthur, The Whigs, Drive-by Truckers, MGMT, Caribou, The Kills, The Heavenly States, 65 Days of Static, The National, Cold War Kids, Destroyer, Devon Williams, Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, Chris Walla, Helio Sequence, Fleet Foxes, The Thermals, Siberian, Speaker Speaker, Cave Singers, Joshua Morrison, Barcelona, David Bazan, Gutter Twins, Menomena, Dyme Def, Ohmegga Watts and The Cops.
Post by joshmusic88 on Feb 11, 2008 23:10:13 GMT -5
Sasquatch must have something up their sleve if it isn't Radiohead. And it better not be Jack Johnson! They know the festival market is getting quite competitive, and if they can grab another major headliner, then they will putting in a bid to become a major festival.
I am gonna bet either Pearl Jam or Tool. Niel Young would be amazing as well though.
May 2008 Chicago, IL Logan Square Auditorium (24) Minneapolis, MN 7th Street Entry (25) Seattle, WA Neumo's (28) Vancouver, British Columbia Richard's on Richards (30) Portland, OR Doug Fir (31) San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall (June 2)
Post by joshmusic88 on Feb 12, 2008 2:51:01 GMT -5
If the Long Blondes are playing Seattle the 28th... I think that more confirms they will NOT be there.
I could see Kanye playing Saturday. But I hope not. Radiohead on Monday would be much, much better. If they do get Kanye though, I imagine both NERD and Lupe Fiasco will be there. Or at least one. My bet is that Rihana wouldn't play though.
Post by bobbyrisigliano on Feb 12, 2008 13:23:04 GMT -5
So I saw on Radioheads website today that they have released the dates of eight shows in May that are mostly on the eastern seaboard and texas. That's all right and everything but it also gives about 10-15 more tentative locations for dates that they will do in August? What are they doing for the 2 and a half months in between. And for a band that says they want to be more carbon neutral, stopping a North American tour for that long to go overseas and then come back would be absured? Unless they plan to tour South America for almost a month and half?