If that's the case then buying both weekends only saves $50. Doesn't seem as worth it to gamble on both now.
And if this is "Presale discount prices", what are regular prices going to be like? Last year they went up something like $25 after the lineup, so are we looking at $350 for Maysquatch? That's Coachella prices. I love Sasquatch, but it isn't even in the same league as Coachella.
I bought that album partially because I liked that song and partially because they were playing Sasquatch. Then I saw their Sasquatch set and thought they sucked. That might have had something to do with it. Also, I was fairly drunk when I wrote that and it was the first thing that fit the profile while scrolling through ichunes. I bet somewhere past 'C' there is something that works better.
Song that made me buy my first album: One of the singles from Enema of the State - Blink 182.
Song that made you buy an album and wonder, "Why did I buy that album?": Hang Me Up to Dry - Cold War Kids.
You are 5 minutes from passing out and you find yourself with a set of headphones: I don't understand this one. How is this different from the final question? I don't pass out (unintentionally) so, Girl Talk or something.
Current song that you are embarrassed to like. Because, you know, we all have those people in our lives that make us listen to the radio: Hello - Martin Solveig & Dragonette. I'm not really embarrassed though, I think it's a great song. Also the video is fantastic.
If that's not current enough then, Can't Hold Us - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. (aside, I looked up the top 40 to pick one, and Macklemore has THREE songs on there!)
Song you wish you would never hear again: Gotta Feeling - Black Eyed Peas, though when I hear it somewhere in a bar or whatever, I sing this version (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCGmjmazE5c) in my head and it makes the murderous urges a little easier to deal with.
Song I always come back to: Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd.
Song you liked until you found out all the douchebags liked it: Most singles by Vampire Weekend.
I need to go to sleep: I don't listen to music to help with sleep, but probably some EITS or something.
Both Pemberton and Squamish have had stupid camping prices. Pemberton was $75 in 2008 (I think), Squamish is around $90 or something. I don't know what it is about Canadian festivals. It isn't like land is scarce.
Encouraged? Fine. Hell, even offer some free shit like an MP3 download of the show or whatever if you dress up, but mandatory? Fuck that. They aren't the New York Philharmonic, and even then I'm not sure if there is a mandatory dress code.