Post by Riff Free Or Die on Jun 3, 2010 2:46:31 GMT -5
This needs to happen. It feels too right as a 10th anniversary present. A perfect way to celebrate for all parties involved, band, festival, and fans. Singing "One Big Holiday" with 80k of my closest friends would be like heaven on earth! As far as my dream headliners for Roo 2011 Friday My Morning Jacket/ Saturday Paul McCartney> OutKast late-night/ Sunday Further w/ special guest Warren Haynes. Also, I would like to vote yes for the Jim James ticket for 2011, sure beats a crude drawing of Peter Frampton in an astronaut suit.
-When I Hear My Name -Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground -Blue Orchid -Passive Manipulation -Red Rain -Death Letter -My Doorbell -Hotel Yorba -Same Boy You've Always Known -Lovesick -Little Ghost -We're Going to Be Friends -The Hardest Button to Button -Black Math -The Nurse -I Just Don't Know What to Do With Myself
Encore: -Ball and Biscuit -Seven Nation Army -Screwdriver
If MMJ gets the headliner nod, I'd like to see an early/late headliner combo like last year with Beasties/Phish and this year with Stevie/Jay-Z. Arcade Fire/MMJ on a Friday night would require me to change my shorts.
Remember how disappointed we were when there was no Neil Young. You guys are going to make it 10x worse.
well see theres hoping, then theres being foolish and actually thinking any rumor started on here has to be true. its okay to hope, just dont let yourself get convinced anyone will be there based on what you hear on inforoo
FRI What: Eddie Vedder [6:30-8:00] > Phish [9:00-12:00] > Daft Punk [2:00-4:00] Which: Primus [7:15-8:45] >>> My Morning Jacket [12:30-3:30]
SAT What: Incubus [5:30-7:00] > Outkast [8:00-9:30] > Radiohead [10:30-1:30] Which: 311 [8:45-10:15] >>> Arcade Fire [2:00-4:00]
SUN What: The Allman Brothers Band [5:30-8:00] >Widespread Panic [9:00-12:00] Which: Modest Mouse [7:15-8:45]
Sunday sure looks horrible. Sure I'd miss Modest Mouse, but then I could leave at 5 pm. And please... no more Phish. Lord. And while I love MMJ... I'm not sure how they're a top 5 act on the 10th anniversary Bonnaroo lineup. Top 10 is more likely.
I kind of see Outkast as a different act that Jay-Z. Sure Jigga has the weight of 11 #1 albums and a hip-hop empire, but he tours and performs a lot. Hell, I saw him twice this year before Bonnaroo. With Outkast, on the other hand, you really get the sense that you might see something you may never see again considering the nature of their relationship.
And I love Jay-Z's music, but he doesn't have a single record that can stand up to Aquemini from top to bottom. That is an absolutely irreproachable hip-hop album as there's ever been.