Post by DesertDucky on Mar 23, 2015 22:30:39 GMT -8
Anybody else get an email from Prince (livenation)? Just wondering if that was sent to everyone who has bought tickets from livenation before or just this year's sasquatch ticket buyers. Sorry, this might be better in (extremely) rampant speculation
Post by DesertDucky on Mar 9, 2015 13:08:10 GMT -8
A lot of times the band that plays last or late night on the Bigfoot is big enough to play the mainstage during the day, if not bigger. I think they just do it for crowd control reasons when the majority of fans are inside the gates. OMM could definitely play over on the Bigfoot (and I hope they do because new pornos > gogol > S&K would be great). But I think Professor Pancakes schedule prediction is closer to the truth.
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?
I'm pretty much a "new member" in that I only have a few posts, even if they were over a span of years, however I don't get offended by this board at all. I've had opinions that the majority didn't like, and I've had others that went over well. It's the internet, you gotta let people say and think what they want without letting it get under your skin. I really like coming here before the lineup drops to get a hint of what to expect.
I've been having troubles understanding the appeal of Hot Chip... just not my style of music I guess. But the new song they released today, Huarache Lights, has got me thinking I should give them a second chance. Really like it.
They're definitely more of a singles band than an album band.
That new song is really cool, not sure about the video though.
I like their albums, but I really like that kind of music so I agree that their singles is where they shine. So many solid hits over the years, should be a dance party. I saw them a couple of years ago and it was one of the best shows I've seen since living in Vegas.
I know everyone has different tastes, but I'm not sure what the beef is with this year's lineup. Robert Plant and Kendrick Lamar are to notch headliners in my book and I still believe "& More" is going to be a game changer. The only thing I see missing this year is that one "I can't believe we got..." electronic artist, like Gessaffelstien or Kraftwerk/Fuck Buttons (RIP Julysquatch hashtag Never Forget) from last year. To compare, the last couple years there have been about 10 or so acts that I was legitimately excited about when the lineup came out followed by a bunch more I discovered between then and the festival. This year, looking down the list, I already count 18 that I'm very excited about and I haven't even started researching the ones I haven't heard yet. I realize it is more expensive overall with camping not being included any more, but I am still excitebike as I've ever been for Sasquatch.
This is the perfect explanation for why I like the lineup
Yeah, on the most expensive and least impressive lineup in the history of the festival.
Don't get me wrong, if I had the extra cash and time I'd be there. But money's tight, and this ain't worth it. Hot Chip is literally the only actual "must-see" for me that I haven't seen before.
Most expensive, yes. That's not disputable. But least impressive? I have a hard time agreeing with that. With the exception of a few acts, I don't think 2011 or 2013 were anything super special besides a few acts, and, as I said, last year there were parts of days with literally nothing interesting.
Nothing will ever beat 2010 though. That lineup was too good. We were spoiled.