Apr 12-14th - Coachella
May 3-5th - Beale St. Music Festival
Jun 13-16th - Bonnaroo
Jul 12-14th - Forecastle Festival
August 2-4th - Lollapalooza
Aug 30 - Sep 1 - North Coast Festival
Sept 4-8th - MusicFestNW
Oct 4-6th - Music In The Middle Festival
Oct 25-27th - Mountain Oasis
Nov 8-10 - FunFunFun Fest
I know I am in the minority, but I would much rather see Pearl Jam than Macca.
Yeah I know....I am 1 out of 10 on here that would prefer Pearl Jam to Macca (if that.)
Pearl Jam is in my top 5 bands/artist of all time, and I have never seen them live. I am pretty neutral to Paul Mccartney, if he played I would go and catch most of the set...but I wouldn't try to get in the pit or anything.
Pearl Jam – Dave Matthews band – Mumford and Sons – Fleetwood Mac – Soundgarden
Im thinking about Jack White, and if this was the lineup and he was added to it, I honestly dont know if he would be 3,4,or 5. I just looked at the 2012 Outside lands poster, and not surprising hes after Metallica, Stevie, and Neil.. But ahead of Foo Fighters?? Thats crazy. He had a great year, as did Mumford, and Fleetwood IS Fleetwood. Hmm
I wasn't saying that was a bad lineup, at all, just that we most likely won't have a HUGE name this year like everyone's hoping for. I would be pleased with those artists, personally. I laud that lineup guess for being realistic.
Pearl Jam And Soundgarden are about to announce a joint tour for next year. Makes sense since they're sharing the same drummer. So as it is the lineup will be Pearl Jam – Dave Matthews band – Mumford and Sons – Fleetwood Mac – Soundgarden
It seems too rock oriented. i don't know about this. Plus I'm still just really hoping for Macca and/or Watch the Throne
Post by Oberyn Martell on Jan 3, 2013 9:24:14 GMT -5
one of the greatest concerts Ive ever seen on video. My brother was there and till this day Im jealous, 45 song 3 and half hour set to close the Wachovia Spectrum forever. It was also halloween so they came out dressed as devo at one point and played Whip It. Just an awesome concert
Post by Roo'adelphia on Jan 3, 2013 10:17:44 GMT -5
Pearl Jam is a genuine rock you ass off to songs you know, thought you knew, and will never here the same way again. Eddie loves and commands his audience, they do extended jams/solos, covers, and play an hour+ every time they can who's gonna boot them off stage? If you wanna warp to another dimension radiohead is for that. But to see a good rock show with a great setlist both with hits and bsides and in all the right places in the set I wouldn't miss PJ for nothing more then a full Zeppelin Reunion (hologram/zombie John)[dosnt matter]