1. Stevie I couldn't believe I actually purchased Stevie tickets. 2. Damien Marley and Nas 3.Trombone Shorty and Orleans Ave 4.John Fogerty 5.DMB (never seen them) 6, Flaming Lips 7.Les Claypool 8.Daryl Hall and Chomeo 9.Phoenix 10. Jay-z (hard to get all jazzed after kanye)
Post by cornquacker on May 6, 2010 14:34:34 GMT -5
Most likely but it depends on the schedule. If I can see most of those ten, then yeah. Last year there were some flukes (wtf?s) in the scheduling but they usually do a pretty good job with it. I also have some good friends who'll be going for their first time so that'd make it more fun. Basically they'd have to fuck up the schedule really bad for me not to go.
Post by BRCHLD LFNT on May 6, 2010 15:03:59 GMT -5
1) LCD Soundsystem 2) Conan O'Brien 3) Jeff Beck 4) John Fogerty 5) Against Me! 6) Jay-Z 7) Deadmau5 8) They Might Be GIants 9) Tenacious D 10) Black Keys/Avett Bros
But there are another 30 acts easily that I want to see. About to buy tickets for Primus at the Ryman, so I may be able to skip Claypool if conflicts arise. Gah this line-up has too much good stuff! There, I said it.
2010: 3/12: The Bad Plus/Happy Apple/Buffalo Collision/The Bad Apple 6/10-13: Bonnaroo 6/19: Rock the Garden 7/30-31: Mid West Music Fest 8/21: Los Hombres Calientes 8/31: Marijuana Death Squads 9/11: The Book of Right On w/ City on the Make 9/23: Of Montreal w/ Janelle Monae 10/4: Broken Social Scene 11/23: Grinderman
3/23 - Ben Frost
3/26 - Curren$y
3/28 - Son Lux/Natalie Prass
4/9 - The Decemberists/Alvvays
4/29 - Tyler, The Creator
5/8-5/10 - Shaky Knees
5/28 - Purity Ring
6/2 - St. Vincent
6/18 - The War On Drugs
“What it comes down to for me is this: Will the technologies of communication in our culture, serve to enlighten us and help us to understand one another better, or will they deceive us and keep us apart?---Roger Waters
im bumping my own thread for people to post their top ten now knowing which acts they will see and which acts they will have to miss due to conflicts. also, you can take set times and locations into consideration to how excited you are for the band. i have to think about mine a minute before i respond, but lets get those excitement levels up. roo in 8 days
I still haven't made up my mind of several of the conflicts, which I'll probably end up playing by ear, but here goes:
1) Stevie Wonder 2) Jeff Beck 3) Orgone 4) MMW 5) Daryl Hall & Chromeo / The Black Keys 6) Jimmy Cliff / Dave Rawlings Machine 7) Moondoggies 8) Los Amigos Invisibles 9) Carolina Chocolate Drops / Mighty Clouds of Joy 10) Diane Birch
Also pretty pumped about Local Natives, Umphrey's McGee/Nneka and Trombone Shorty/Punch Brothers.
ok so i came up with my new top 15 based on set time, locations, etc.. all based on what i am looking for to the most
15. Regina Spektor 14. Tenacious D 13. Dead Weather 12. Avett Brothers 11. Les Claypool 10. Aziz/Human Giant 9. John Fogerty 8. Stevie Wonder 7. Weezer 6. Jay Z 5. LCD Soundsystem 4. Flaming Lips 3. Deadmau5 2. USA v. England 1. CoCo on Friday