Honestly I see the yellow shirts telling people with those sticks to leave them at the gate or take them back to camp because they could potentially be used as "weapons"
that's what I was hoping, I know I'm a total noob here but it seems like there is some of you who talk with snacks. maybe this is something that could passed on as a concern? would really love if the sasquatch facebook page did an educational video about not holding your phone up for the whole set...
I like it, a psa type video meant to shame those who use those stupid things.
Not to mention the fact that if you are a renob that uses one of those and get pooped and your phone gets dislodged or you lose your grip, it is a good way to get your phone stepped on/broken.
Post by Jefferin Jeffotash on Feb 16, 2015 17:59:27 GMT -8
I read an interesting comment somewhere that said that "if" TV on the Radio or another band in the same realm is performing Treefort they might have signed a non-compete which means that we may not find about about their add until the end of March, which fits the timing of other additions in the past.
Seems to me like there are some that don't understand what Sasquatch is.
care to clarify?
Sasquatch is a mid-sized festival whose aim is to provide headliners that wouldn't be headliners at other major festivals, while promoting bands with northwest connections. There are some exceptions to the headliner rule, however, groups like the Rolling Stones go against the spirit of the festival. Think of Robert Plant more as an outlier than a cause to believe that big time legacy acts will be booked every year.