Does this make them more or less likely for Coachella?
This will likely sell out before the Coachella lineup comes out, so being on the Coachella lineup wouldn't affect these shows. Coachella will also sell out regardless of one of the bigger names having just played LA.
I have hope.
Good question. They are a top tier act, and this would ruin any surprise of seeing somebody like that on the lineup. Usually something like this would be announced after a festival announcement.
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Wasn't sure where to put this. It's a pretty good article about the NIN Tension tour. After reading that Trent dumped a lot of money on this thing, I almost feel bad about bitching about the $45 t shirt prices. I guess he has to make money somewhere.
Even though it sucks that Sasquatch is getting more expensive, one of the main benefits for me is that I don't have to travel far to it. It's still way cheaper for me to attend Sasquatch because of that.
Not to mention the time you have to invest to travel somewhere else.
The only way I see myself making it to eithersquatch this year is if I win some free tickets. That's way too much money compared to what you get for other festivals.
Aside from the venue, what really sets Sasquatch apart from any other festival that would justify the extra cost. There aren't any huge headliners, and other festivals work hard to have special stage productions, art installations, etc.
I'm a little confused why the second weekend has a lower price with additional fees while the first weekend is more money with a flat fee. Logic says that there is an error with the price range, but it's hard to tell with how fucked up Live Nation is sometimes.
This crowd has much love for Flo and her machine. Not so much from me, but "this crowd", yes. Green Day, on the other hand, actually gets love from me but probably not the rest of the crowd.
Actually, a lot of us here like Green Day. Early Green Day at least.
First couple of albums were great, but after the they started playing all the poppy stuff I lost interest, and haven't really given their old stuff too much consideration lately. I'm glad I got to see them before they went all pop rock. If they played I wouldn't skip their set for any old button pusher.
I think the first couple of albums were a lot rawer. With each album you could tell they were spending more time in the studio. They also seemed to get more Progressive with each album. If you like prog rock/metal start later.
Tool and Primus together is like the perfect bill. There is so much great musicianship and creativity in those 2 bands. These guys just need to take this idea and run with it. We need a Tool and Primus amphitheater tour.