Post by goodvedderbest on Apr 16, 2009 18:24:46 GMT -5
I'd love to be able to hitch a ride with someone driving through Spokane on Friday (Sasquatch Eve) that has some extra room to spare. I'll throw down some $$ to help you with Gorge camping expenses, but am meeting with friends so you can have the site to yourselves.
Post by goodvedderbest on Mar 23, 2009 1:12:23 GMT -5
I was wondering about this also. I'm coming from Spokane and meeting someone coming from Portland. I'm just going to be parked from Fri- early Mon if that's any help. I'm open to any suggestions. Thanks!
I guess everyone on here must be from seattle or washington because I don't see any other way these people could get stoked on Pear Jam? Pearl Jam is lame especially considering this isn't 1992'. And kings of leon I want to see a rock n roll show not a yuppie jam fest with parents who drive there range rovers down to stand around with their kids in a baby bjorn. Mines well have dave Matthew's and coldplay. I went last year and got to see cedric from the mars volta throw a cymbal and fan into the audience. Once I saw that theres no going back they better spice up this line up. Animal collective would be amazing even though they are very hit or miss live. mgmt would good. arcade fire would be classic, franz ferdinan would be good. hell even bring back the hives.
Could be about the most outrageous post I've seen. I can agree that to each his own in regards to music, but to say Pearl Jam isn't relevant in today's music scene is blasphemy. Try picking up something they released after Ten and get back to me. Pearl Jam is probably one of the top 10 live acts in music right now.
And is there a precedent to Sonic Youth playing a US festival? Has to be, right? As they'll be back from overseas, and as that'd be great, I'd like to introduce the completely self-fabricated but ideal potential of Boston Spaceships/pre-headliner/Sonic Youth.
That's just my personal wish, though.
I know they played Bonnaroo 2 or 3 years ago...so it's possible.
Post by goodvedderbest on Jan 23, 2009 18:33:59 GMT -5
I think a good late night show or two, on two of the nights is the main thing Sasquatch is missing. I guess the problem is that not enough people camp onsite and would end up missing it, so they wouldn't think it to be justifiable. I know the night shows are always some of the most fun at Bonnaroo, but it would seemingly be nicer at S'quatch...(less neighbors to pay off, shorter return walk to the campground, lower temps/humidity in the morning to allow you to catch up on sleep, etc).