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?
6/29 - Phantogram
7/11 - Pearl Jam
7/14 - Lionel Richie
7/25 - Warped Tour
7/26 - Fall Out Boy/Paramore
8/8 - Oddball Comedy Festival w/ Louis C.K., Aziz Ansari, etc.
8/11 - Nine Inch Nails/Soundgarden w/ Death Grips
9/5 - Kings of Leon
9/10 - ZZ Top/Jeff Beck
9/19-20 - Music Midtown 2014
10/6 - Chvrches
10/7 - St. Vincent
10/19 - Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes/Trombone Shorty
I had heard RHCP's name dropped to me by some backstage folks last year while eating breakfast at the camping buffet. I didn't want it to be true then, I hope it's not true now, but who knows at this point...
Argh! Stuff like this usually turns out to be true. At least we'll get Afp out of this.
Actually, that makes a lot of sense. Flea could easily pull double duty with Red Hot Chili Peppers AND Atoms For Peace.
I have much less issue with Coachella booking a sh*tty headliner than I do with Bonnaroo pulling the same thing, simply because I know there will be something awesome going on at the same time. Last year for the Black Keys (who I don't actually think are sh*tty at all), you could have gone to see Explosions in the Sky or M83. So if they do book RHCP (which I am taking with a grain of salt), whatever. Just means I can see something else cool without as much of a crowd.
Valid point. Coachella always has someone worthwhile playing opposite a headliner.