I tend to agree with macdemarcosteeth abut the overall attitude on this board, particularly toward new members. It seems if you aren't part of the circle of friends then you will have a bad time. I remember trying to participate in a discussion and was railroaded into submission. This board seems like it wants to represent the essence of sasquatch but I find it to be the opposite. I would hate camping next to such a judgmental and condescending group (not all of you, I know). A large part of sasquatch for me is meeting open minded people and making lifetime friendships.
I know I'll probably get flamed or nailed to the cross over this but come on guys. What's the point of having an open registration on this forum if you're just planning on attacking every new member? Unless that's part of your entertainment?
People literally say this about us all the time. Show me another group of Sasquatchers that caravaned into Sasquatch with over 28 cars, 80ish people, from across Canada, across the US, and Europe. Where over 80% of them are now friends when they didn't used to be.
Reddit couldn't even get a Sasquatch Subreddit meet up.
Sorry if I sound like a dick but we give each other hard times because we actually care about each other and are completely the most nonchalant group of folks around.
You know that email that Adam Snacks sent out at the end of the Festival? Thanking the Secret 5 and Big head specifically. Over half of those people post or have posted to this board.
I need to sell my ticket and standard camping. Really, I just want to recoup my costs. Let me know if interested!
There is only one accepted price on the board and that is face value. If you don't sell for face value that is scalping. So "I just want to recoup my costs" is your cost of buying the ticket. So just say.
The stones are the literal definition of too big for Sasquatch.
The stones played at an Australian winery that has a capacity equal to the The Gorge. It's lofty but I wouldn't say impossible.
Look you're new here so let me explain something to you. When you're in your 70's and 80's and you want to milk as much money as possible out of fans and you're big enough to you have your own show. The Rolling Stones are literally too big for Sasquatch. They would never play a festival like Sasquatch. Sasquatch literally couldn't afford their booking fee. Unless you're willing to buy Sasquatch tickets for 800-1000 GA.