Hold Steady and Public Enemy will both be playing the wookie stage so there will be no conflicts between the two.
Vitaminr posted this in the other day thread:
Not sure if anyone has done this yet, but I was bored and thought I would share. This is based on what it says on the bottom of the page when you click on a band on the main website and I listed bands in the order they are on the line up.
Saturday, May 29th
Main: My Morning Jacket / Vampire Weekend / The National/ Broken Social Scene / OK Go / Wale / Brother Ali / Minus The Bear/ Shabazz Palaces
Wookie: Public Enemy/ The Hold Steady / Miike Snow/ Portugal. The Man/ Mumford & Sons/Laura Marling/ Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
Yeti: WHY?/ The Lonely Forest / Nurses /The Middle East / Patrick Watson / Morning Teleportation/ Fool's Gold
Dance/Comedy: Deadmau5/ Z-Trip/The Very Best/ Garfunkel & Oates / Dam-Funk
Sunday, May 30th
Main: Massive Attack / Pavement / LCD Soundsystem / Tegan and Sara/ Kid Cudi/ The Long Winters/Midlake/Caribou
Wookie: Nada Surf / Dirty Projectors/ The xx / Girls/ The Tallest Man On Earth/ City and Colour/Cymbals Eat Guitars/ Local Natives
Yeti: Vetiver/ Avi Buffalo/ Fruit Bats/ chune-yArDs /Freelance Whales/ Jets Overhead
Dance/Comedy: Simian Mobile Disco/ YACHT /Booka Shade/ A-Trak/ Rob Riggle / Luke Burbank
Monday, May 31st
Main: Ween / MGMT / Band of Horses / She & Him / Passion Pit/ Drive-By Truckers/ The Temper Trap/ Mayer Hawthorne & The County
Wookie: The New Pornographers/ Camera Obscura/ Dr. Dog/ The Mountain Goats / Quasi/ The Low Anthem/Yes Giantess
Yeti: No Age / Phantogram /Japandroids / Fresh Espresso/Telekinesis / Past Lives
Dance/Comedy: Boys Noize / Neon Indian /Hudson Mohawke/ Craig Robinson
Gives us a pretty good idea what the schedule. The additions will move things around a little bit, but this is a good rough idea.
Seems like they are closing out the Wookie stage with an older more established band all three nights. Public Enemy are circa 82 and Nada Surf are circa 92, New Pornographers are a bit newer at 97, but still. Interesting versus last year Bon Iver, EITS and Of Montreal (if I'm not mistaken) all new-ish bands.
Post by LumpSquatch on Feb 18, 2010 12:39:33 GMT -5
Well, I know Of Montreal's been around since the late '90s, but they didn't ever get somewhat popular till the mid-2000's (note that that wasn't a disagreement but purely a little tidbit of info as to the history of oM)
Post by LumpSquatch on Feb 21, 2010 12:29:43 GMT -5
Weird, (or not, I don't know), but at looks as if we go by our theory of lineup and stages and such that Deadmau5 is headlining the wookie stage instead of Public Enemy (at least they're listed earlier in the lineup) on Saturday. That just seems weird.
Also, the Long Winters also played right before Arcade Fire/Bjork the year they were headlining, I believe, so it's not unprecedented. I think Bad Brains played at 4 pm in the day the next day, which felt really weird.
They play at different times, chief. It's a bigger deal to close out the Wookie stage than open up the main stage. Welcome to your first Sasquatch.
and when did i imply they were playing at the same time, chief?
He didn't say you did. He was just pointing out that time is sometimes (such as in this case) more important than stage. I'm more disappointed with the Long Winters time than I am their placement. Ah well