I agree with Interstateeight in The Heavy not being a band that I was hoping for, but after a few youtube listens, plus the Letterman set, I have to say that this is a solid add. I will definitely be sitting on the hill listening to these guys.
TV on the Radio crossed with King Khan and the Shrines.
From my understanding, Deadmau5 is playing a bigger stage this year.
Deadmau5 is playing the wookie stage. I don't know if this will be an improvement, as he was my favorite artist in the dance tent last year, and it may have a different energy being in an open space, also an earlier show.
For "other stuff," I just stick it in my pockets. Never once had anyone ask to empty my pockets...
Coming from Calgary, don't want to risk the boarder crossing. I will be in need of some "other stuff". PM me if anybody could be so kind as to help a fellow smoker out. I can and will return the favor should you ever be in my fine country. Thanks.
You shouldn't have any problem finding "other stuff" in the campground. Coming from Canada though, you might find the price to be fairly high. I'm from B.C. and paid double what I normally pay for a quarter. But I will say that it was pretty high quality ganja.
I think the "official" policy is that once you are in you cant leave. BUT last year we had no problems leaving to stock up on supplies, have breakfast, whatever. They just took down the liscense plate # to make sure it was the same car coming back in.
So my entire group is all under 21 coming from Canada We're all of legal age up here and we wondering if we are allowed to bring beer across the border? if not does anyone know of a way we can acquire it within the states?
You won't be able to take alcohol across the border if you are under 21. I would say your best bet would be to find someone in the campsite to buy it for you at the general store. Even the ridiculously overpriced general store beer will be cheaper than buying booze in Canada.