Post by know ID yuh on Feb 19, 2009 21:45:45 GMT -5
April 6, 2010 update: Thread from last year pooped for entertainment only.
This is not the actual schedule (but it should look pretty similar):
10:00 Kings of Leon 8:15 Yeah Yeah Yeahs 8:45 Bon Iver 6:50 Decembrists 7:15 Mos Def 6:30 Ra Ra Riot 5:25 Animal Collective 6:00 Sun Kill Moon 5:25 Mt St Helens Vietnam Band 4:20 Devotchka 4:45 King Khan & The Shrines 4:20 AA Bondy 3:15 M. Ward 3:40 Shearwater 3:15 Arthur & Yu 2:10 Doves 2:35 Passion Pit 2:10 Dent May & His Magnificent Ukulele 12:55 Gaslight Anthem 1:30 Blind Pilot 1:05 Champagne Champagne 12:00 Vince Mira 12:30 Owl City 12:00 Death Vessel
10:00 Jane's Addiction 8:00 NIN 8:45 Of Montreal 6:35 TV on the Radio 7:15 M83 6:30 Dodos 5:10 Murder City Devils 6:00 Airborne Toxic Event 5:25 Submarines 4:05 Avett Brothers 4:45 Wrens 4:20 Builders and the Butchers 3:00 Street Sweeper 3:40 St. Vincent 3:15 Japandroids 2:00 Calexico 2:35 John Vanderslice 2:10 Fences 12:40 Mike Watt & the Missingmen 1:30 Hockey 1:05 Point Juncture, WA 11:45 Walkmen 12:30 Viva Voce 12:00 Mad Rad
9:00 Ben Harper & Relentless7 8:00 Erykah Badu 8:30 Explosions in the Sky 7:15 Silversun Pickups 7:00 Girl Talk 6:30 Beach House 6:05 Fleet Foxes 5:55 Blitzen Trapper 5:25 Dutchess and the Duke 4:40 Gogol Bordello 4:40 The Knux 4:20 School of Seven Bells 3:30 Santigold 3:35 Montonix 3:15 Horse Feathers 2:10 Grizzly Bear 2:30 Bishop Allen 2:10 Pica Beats 1:05 Hearless Bastards 1:25 Black Moth Super Rainbow 1:05 Loch Lomond 12:10 OPEN 12:20 Other Lives 12:00 BLK JKS 11:30 Mugison
Post by know ID yuh on Feb 20, 2009 0:08:22 GMT -5
I'm not sure why Bon Iver headlining the Wookie makes this an "obvious" guess. Is it that he was billed 12th on the initial lineup, and would "obviously" play the main stage, or that you think he is "obviously" not big enough to headline the Wookie?
Post by know ID yuh on Feb 20, 2009 0:41:44 GMT -5
Bon Iver is listed on the Sasquatch main page as playing the Wookie, which would make him the highest billed act to play the Wookie, based on the initial lineup. That would mean he is "likely" to headline the Wookie stage, and would make my "obvious guess" more based on logic. You are already making yourself look like an idiot though, I don't need to add to this.
So, can you now go away so we can rationally discuss conflicts? This is after all just a compilation of which stages the main Sasquatch page states specific bands will play on, and which order they billed them.
As for the TV on the Radio/M83/Dodos, agreed, that is really the only big conflict I see. I'd probably go with M83.
Post by know ID yuh on Feb 20, 2009 1:33:48 GMT -5
UPDATE: ssss needs a warm bottle of milk, a couple pats on the back with an absorbing cloth, and a nap. He is getting a bit fussy.
As for Monday, I really hope the new adds do not throw off the billed order, and they don't change the stages much. I am worried there might be some major conflicts on this day, but as is above, there is virtually none (for me). As it stands, I'm glad I get to see Explosions in the Sky over the early part of Ben Harper's set. I'll wander down for the last four Ben Harper songs after Explosions are done.
Post by geetarsisrock on Feb 20, 2009 13:11:41 GMT -5
This thread is wildly presumptuous. Silly and pointless. It's like deciding what you're going to watch on TV on April 24th... what's the point in speculation when you have no clue how it's going down yet?
Post by psychicofficer on Feb 20, 2009 15:54:56 GMT -5
thanks for putting that together as a first time sasquatchee I was trying to figure out approximate times. I have a feeling that Sunday is going to have some bad conflicts for me with Of Montreal going up against NIN and Janes. Does anyone know how long the set changes are between bands? Is it a quick 20 to 30 minutes or more like 45? Thanks