Last year's lineup party was announced on the Wednesday of this week. So maybe tomorrow we'll get some info?
On January 8th, Do206 sent an email saying: "The Sasquatch 2015 Lineup Party is only a few weeks away and we'll be sending out the full line-up of artists to you on Feb 4 the second it's announced so watch your inboxes and be on the lookout for your chance to win free tickets!"
Working on some crossover stuff... What are the chances a band plays Hangout Fest and then manages to do both Sasquatch and Boston Calling the following weekend? I guess planes exist but seems to lower the chances.
By my count (just looking at last year alone), Hangout and Boston Calling (spring) shared Jack Johnson, Modest Mouse, Tegan and Sara, and Bastille last year, NONE of whom were at Sasquatch 2014.
My guesses are: My Morning Jacket, St. Vincent, TV On the Radio, Vance Joy, Run the Jewels, and Sharon Van Etten. I expected to see Pixies at Sasquatch last year. I thought they were taking some more time off while they write the next "Indie Cindy."
I'm going to add St. Vincent, Matt & Kim, and Father John Misty to the rumored list. St. Vincent's tour picks up in Wisconsin the day after Sasquatch; Matt & Kim's tour ends in Minnesota the first day of Sasquatch; and Father John Misty skips the entire PNW on his tour. Any objections?
EDIT: beartrap beat me to the punch on St. Vincent.
Gregory Alan Isakov- This Empty Northern Hemisphere Todd Terje- It's Album Time together PANGEA- Badillac The War On Drugs- Lost In the Dream Warpaint- Warpaint Weezer- Everything Will Be Alright In the End YG- My Crazy Life
My Morning Jacket, Spoon, TV On the Radio, Jenny Lewis, Future Islands, Odesza, Father John Misty, St. Lucia, and San Fermin all seem like realistic options for Sasquatch from this list. Vance Joy, Robert DeLong, J. Roddy Walston and the Business, and Joywave wouldn't surprise me either.