Post by interstateeight on Feb 2, 2010 12:16:32 GMT -8
Oh, and here are Owen Pallett's dates:
04-18 Indio, CA - Coachella Festival 04-20 Boston, MA - Institute of Contemporary Art 04-22 New York, NY - Webster Hall 04-25 Philadelphia, PA - First Unitarian Church 04-27 Atlanta, GA - The Earl 04-29 Dallas, TX - Granada Theater 04-30 Austin, TX - The Mohawk 05-05 San Francisco, CA - The Independent 05-08 Seattle, WA - The Crocodile 05-09 Vancouver, British Columbia - The Vogue Theatre 05-10 Victoria, British Columbia - Alix Goolden Hall 05-11 Portland, OR - Aladdin Theater
I would say that he is most likely NOT playing Sasquatch, since he is saturating the market a month beforehand.
Most of these new Primavera bands (BtS, Monotonix, Grizzly Bear) have played Sasquatch in the last two years. Although I love Built to Spill and want to see them every day for the rest of my life, this shouldn't come as a major shock or disappointment to anyone.
And I don't think it is. But there was at least more of a chance of them coming back if Primavera wasn't involved.
I think we can successfully scratch out Mastodon. They're playing Spokane on May 11th. They do have a week in either direction free surrounding Memorial Day weekend, but that's probably a few weeks they're taking off considering they're on a gigantic tour right now.
Post by know ID yuh on Feb 13, 2010 8:42:03 GMT -8
Coheed & Cambria recently announced dates, and they are playing a show in Seattle May 8. They have been on every major festival lineup the last two years, so I was thinking they were a possibility to fill a metal quota. Thankfully they are not.