How difficult would it be to leave the festival on Monday night after Kendrick's show instead of waiting until morning? I assume incredibly so, but I have to be back in Boise by 10am Tuesday. If this is impossible, how hard would it be to leave afternoonish Monday with campsites and such? I am very sad about having to ask this question.
It's very easy. You can even park your car in the lot by the entrance to the festival grounds for a quick exit.
Passion Pit just announced a tour (including two shows in Seattle two days before Sasquatch) with no Portland shows. Their last announced date is 8/16 in Japan. They seem like a reasonable headliner rumor for MusicFest NW this summer (8/21-23 in Portland).
Colleen Green- I Want to Grow Up Dan Deacon- Gliss Riffer Death Cab for Cutie- Plans The Districts- A Flourish and a Spoil Gregory Alan Isakov- That Sea, The Gambler Gregory Alan Isakov- This Empty Northern Hemisphere Greogy Alan Isakov- The Weatherman Modest Mouse- This Is a Long Drive for Someone With Nothing to Think About Modest Mouse- The Lonesome Crowded West The National- High Violet Sufjan Stevens- A Sun Came Sufjan Stevens- Enjoy Your Rabbit Osso & Sufjan Stevens- Run Rabbit Run Sufjan Stevens- Sufjan Stevens Presents... Greetings from Michigan, the Great Lake State Sufjan Stevens- Seven Swans
nick, how was Gregory Alan Isakov? I'm seeing him tonight.
Fucking magical. The combination of his band and the symphony was seamless and the acoustics of Benaroya Hall are incredible. He played a ton of stuff from his entire catalog too, not just the new album. Full house, standing ovation. I haven't been that emotional at a show since Neutral Milk Hotel.
Bizarre, it looks like the elviscostello.com announcement has changed. That White River Amphitheater date wasn't there this morning, and now it's missing the Red Rocks Amphitheater date. They're still missing a Portland gig. This tour would be perfect for Edgefield.