Sounds pretty decent, last year it was half grass half dirt/rocks. I wonder if it will be 'on-site' though. It doesn't say one way or the other on the site, and there aren't really any other grassy areas around the festival that I know of. Could turn out to be a few blocks down the road or something. Did they say anything about the location?
If I ended up paying an extra $60 for flush toilets and showers that I don't use I'm gunna be pissed.
I don't really see why you would make that choice until the schedule comes out. Having acts playing two festivals you are attending is great because if you have two acts you want to see at Coachella and one is playing Sasquatch and one isn't, easy choice. But if there is nothing else you really want to see during Sigur Ros at Coachella, it seems a bit odd to skip them on porpoise just so that they will be new to you at Sasquatch.
That way if you see them and aren't amazed, you can skip out early on their Sasquatch set to make it for the beginning of Empire of the Sun if that is your thing.
Side question: since I'm assuming most of us are going to want to see all of Sigur Ros, and it looks like they will run through the beginning of Empire of the Sun, how is the glowpocalypse going to work?
The day of the show. Sometimes a band I don't care about can't make it so they are replaced with another band I don't care about. A few years ago City and Colour got sick and was replaced with some dudes I'd never heard of.
Even though stubhub angers me, you might want to give that a shot. The cheapest ticket on there is $450 right now, so if you throw yours up for $400 you will probably get back what you paid for it after all the fees and whatnot they charge.