Hey guys. The crowd reaction were pretty positive actually although I kinda noticed people cheering more at the subheadliners than the headliners. Shouting during the ustream with Peatrick was quite fun though
Also fuck The End for posting the lineup 5 minutes before the lineup video played...We were both going wtf.
And guess we will see if there are any other additions tomorrow morning eh? Good night guys!
Post by Jeff Warily on Feb 6, 2011 13:27:10 GMT -5
Does anyone know how early you need to get there? Peatrick is getting around 6 and I'm meeting him a bit after. I'm assuming from the fact that it's 21+ that I don't really have anything to worry about.
Aw yr groweds up. Ride that bandwagon; if it's any good, Pitchfork will be sure to give you a heads up.
The abundance of condescending attitudes here is really surprising. Part of what sets Sasquatch apart for me are the accepting, humble and easy going mentalities that most people show up with. I have encountered more negative points of view here from a few hundred forum members than the thousands of people who have attended the festival over the years.
Anyone want to take odds on the possibility of A Perfect Circle being there? They recently confirmed 2 festival dates in May and June. They're playing Rockin the Range in Ohio on like May 22nd. Odds? Anyone? I'm probably the only one here that wants to see them at Sasquatch. Hipster shit I know.
On a side note can someone PLEASE enlighten me as to what is so fuckin great about Arcade Fire? I've been trying like CRAZY to like them, but maybe I haven't listened to the right song/album. I'm trying to keep an open mind so don't hate on me, but they play with the energy of corpses.
What songs have you listened to? I tried to get into them right when Neon Bible came out and I could not get into them at all. I'd say try Funeral first cause that's how REALLY got into them. I'll list some songs I like anyway.
Neighborhood #1, Neighborhood #2, Crown of Love, Wake Up, Rebellion (Lies), The Well and the Lighthouse, No Cars Go, Intervention, Ocean of Noise, Ready to Start, Rococo, I Used to Wait, Suburban War, Sprawl 2.