Post by Daniel My Brother on Feb 13, 2012 10:28:16 GMT -5
After sifting through this board going off what has been said, I'd like to see an all blank poster that is blank except for the dots that separate artists. The blanks will be filled in throughout the lineup release however long that may last, in no particular order. There seems to be some general dislikes on the artist release of 2010 based on time (which didn't bother me) but I'm thinking more like a puzzle. This analogy may not work for some but kind of akin to the beginning of jeopardy where the whole poster says bonnaroo in every artist slot then (more slowly then Trebek does it) an artist's name is filled in every so often. And because the template is already there, roo'ers can speculate as to who can be filled in at which position since there's already the basic template. Makes sense to me, it'd be fun and could build up more excitement (if that is actually possible at this point lol). I'm stoked either way.
I'd also like to say that I do enjoy the chuck norris phenomenon, and it is still somewhat popular to a select audience of course
One and done. The year it was released on myspace was a friggin nightmare. My experience was that it was just to brutally long. When you thought a new artist was going to pop up it was a previous one. After a while I just got to frustrated with it all (not to mention I was at work and it was a complete distraction going back to see if someone new had been posted), so I just gave up and waited until the whole thing was announced the next day.
How about when you first try to access the Bonnaroo site, A giant cupid arrow flys at you from the fountain way off in the distance and then hits your screen and begins to drop photo shots, (ones submited), randomly all over your screen for a good 30 seconds. Then..Cupid himself pops up from the bottom of your screen, (with many provokly dressed lady helpers), and begins to shovel off the mess all these photos made on your screen which uncovers an awsome, poster with the entire lineup on it as they shovel the photo shots off to the side.