HAHAHA!! I was just messing with you guys. It's totally about the music. I'm coming from Chicago and I'm soooooo pump to be at the Gorge for the first time. That said, I have a friend in Seattle that wants to jump in but he doesn't have any tickets and doesn't want to pay scapler prices. Plus I wanted to make you guys laugh as every time I hear or see someone talking about finger banging chicks and crushing beers it makes me laugh out loud hardcore!!
See everyone there... I'll be the guys with a beard, a southside chicago accent and jamming out hard core to MMJ, BBS, The Hold Steady, Nada Surf, The National, Nurses and The Very best.... and that's just Saturday!! What a fucking line-up!!
Post by pokeythehorse on May 17, 2010 23:18:00 GMT -8
Why do you ask I need a ticket to Sasquatch Music Festival at face value?
It's simple really, I attended the festival last year and it was really a life changing experience. The only problem was that like most first-timers to the festival I was unprepared to say the least. Subsequently I have decided to create a how-to video to educate first time festival goers what to expect and how to prepare. Everything from essential items to bring, how to find things your looking for, to what the different stages and locations have to offer. I think that I have a lot of advice to offer and would save people some of the troubles that me and my friends went through during our first visits (freezing to death in sandals shorts and barely a t-shirt.) Of course this video will also be wildly entertaining (without delving into copyright infringement) and available to watch for free online. Just think you could send your friends to the video link when you try to explain what Sasquatch is like, and you will be able to say that you sold theticket that made it all possible. Plus I will personally post the link on this forum after the editing is done, and as a bonus I will do/say/ingest anything you wish for the project and mention your name.
If your interested contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Post by Blacksmile on May 18, 2010 14:13:16 GMT -8
Kind of an interesting idea, but...Two Things:
Why would someone want to learn the in's/out's of the festival experience from someone who originally showed up with "sandals and barely a t-shirt"? Don't you think it's common sense that one would bring a hoodie to a 13 hour, 3 day long outdoor festival?
Second...isn't the first lesson in surviving a festival actually being swift enough to buy a ticket in the first place, before they sell out!?
Back of the line Pokey!
Last Edit: May 18, 2010 14:15:09 GMT -8 by Blacksmile
I wouldn't be surprised if you are picturing me peeling a carrot with a staple gun.
Post by pokeythehorse on May 18, 2010 23:04:54 GMT -8
Holy fucking piranhas! First off my friends were in the t-shirts their first year, it was an example of what can go wrong. Second I didn't have the money (or have a credit card at the time) when the tickets came out so sorry for being broke. I got some tricks you kids can't even imagine, so once again if you choose me you will get to see said magic unfold. That is all.
My friend is looking for a three day pass that we can pick up somewhere in Vancouver, we aren't going to boast about being festival experts or pretend to be a hot chick; no big story other than that he's a dumbass.We'd prefer to get one around face value, thanks.