4/11 Elliot Lipp 5/5 Neutral Milk Hotel 5/15-5/17 THE HANGOUT MUSIC FESTIVAL 5/31 BASSNECTAR REDROCKS 6/20 Archnemesis 7/23 Bro Safari 7/24 Marilyn Manson / Smashing Pumpkins 8/4 My Morning Jacket 8/13 DEFTONES, Incubus, and DFA1979 8/22 Umphrey's Mcgee 9/12 STS9 @ Red Rocks! 10/14 Particle 10/31 Suwannee Hulaween 11/6-11/7 EDC Orlando
you pay to camp at Coachella by the car load so you only need one car camping pass for each car. Spilt $85 by 4 people and its not bad at all. My group has 12 car camping passes right now because almost everyone that could afford threw one on their order. Better to have too many then not enough so Im sure well have extra in the end if you guys are worried bout the camping pass alone.
7/3/-5- The Grateful Dead Fare thee Well 7/17- Col. Bruce Hampton 7/18- Tyler, The Creator 7/20- Smashing Pumpkins/Marilyn Manson 7/23- Failure 7/30- Faith No More/Refused 7/31- My Morning Jacket 8/6- Shuggie Otis 8/15- Neurosis 10/3- Run the Jewels 10/8- Ghost 10/30-11/1- VOODOO 12/31- WSP?
Post by nodepression on Jul 6, 2011 8:31:43 GMT -5
It's funny how both message boards trash the other festival in their own way. For the Coachella board Bonnaroo is filled with dirty hippies, the venue is not just ugly but completely atrocious and terrible, and everything sounds like shit. While for the Bonnaroo board Coachella is infested with hipsters, everyone plays two minute sets, and nobody is nice.
I just don't understand why people compare the two? I have no desire to go to Coachella, but I'm smart enough to know that it's a different ballpark than Bonnaroo. And I'm sure as hell smart enough not to go to the Coachella boards and tell people how Bonnaroo is so much better. (This goes for any festival and/or board actually).
No, I loved bonnaroo this year. I was simply pointing what I love about Coachella. I will certainly contend, the "vibes" or atmosphere of Roo is slightly better. I would say that's more due to a southern culture of hospitality and it's roots in the jam scene vs California and Coachella's roots, than anything to do with the fad of hipsters.