I have to tip my hat to the Sasquatch organizers for again stumping us as to the majority of the lineup. I appreciate the excitement that comes with festival season and was ecstatic with last years lineup. To have the chance to see two of my favorite artists with nothing in common except for the state that they are from, the chance to see Erykah Badu and Explosions in the Sky was by far better than any headliner Sasquatch could have thrown at me that weekend. I appreciate the fact that they get a stacked lineup that is well rounded with a mix of all walks of music.
My dream would be to have LCD into Arcade Fire, but I highly doubt that AF will be there. I know they will do their best and no matter what, even if we get JJ, it will be way more fun than Bonnaroo this year!
I was reluctant at first but the more I think about it I would actually be thrilled to have Thom Yorke headline.
It wouldn't upset me if he headlined because I love pretty much anything he touches, but he is one person I might actually enjoy more if they subheadline....sun setting at the gorge, that would be dope
I was TOLD by an employee of Live Nation that it's the most solid line-up Sasquatch has probably ever had and may match Coachella in that aspect. But Sasquatch doesn't ever really have huge headliners. It happens every now and then, but most of the time our headliners are sub headliners elsewhere.
Which goes along with COS tweets as well (saying lineup was really good, buy your tickets right now! etc)
this is a BIG long shot, but RATM was confirmed for several european shows today........
all of the shows take place in early june so the timing would be perfect and before you say they're not a sasquatch band....think NIN?
I was thinking about this earlier today as well. Tom Morello was there last year with SSSC. Also I always hear about how RATM didn't hit the NW at all when they started touring again a couple years ago.
I don't think I've seen anyone else mention these guys; if so, it must have been a while ago. But with a new album out as of last Tuesday, and no U.S. tour dates announced (yet), what are the odds that Massive Attack is on the bill as a headliner/sub-headliner?