Post by MiaFinsDreamer on Feb 23, 2014 1:23:09 GMT -5
Beck, Tame Impala, The Black Angels, The Night Beats, Black Moth Super Rainbow, Ghostland Observatory, Jagwar Ma, Flume, Bliss N Eso, Mikal Cronin, Portugal.The Man, Sky Ferreira, The Uncluded, Cayucas, Deerhunter, Mazzy Star, Com Truise, Letherette, Busta Rhymes, The Bloody Beetroots...I can keep going but any of these will do... Louis Ck too
Post by theshining on Feb 23, 2014 10:28:02 GMT -5
This looks to be the biggest initial drop since I started going in 09, am I wrong? As a result, I bet you are looking at comedians, cafe acts, and maybe a handful of stage/tent level acts that will probably lean towards what the line-up seems to be light on (heavy/metal/rock, country legend, female singer songwriter).
Those people hoping for Beck, The Knife, The Strokes, should consider ratcheting down their expectations.
Post by discophish08 on Feb 24, 2014 17:09:55 GMT -5
Seems like there is a good chance of Steve Martin's bluegrass band being added. They have a nice solid week gap during the timing of Bonnaroo where they end in Alabama and pick it back up in New Hampshire a week later.
I saw Ceelo once it was terrible. We need more EDM and rap on this lineup.
I saw him once as well. and then you could see him to the side of backstage pouring a bottle of grey goose (that was definitely much larger than a 1.75L) down his scantily clad dancer's throat. it was awesome.
1/16 Cloud Nothings
1/30 The Whigs
2/28 The Growlers/Broncho
3/18 The Orwells
5/1 Death Cab For Cutie
5/2 The Kooks
6/10 Robert Plant/The Pixies
7/10 Steve Miller Band
7/13 Matthew Sweet
7/26 Veruca Salt
8/29 Foo Fighters @ Wrigley
9/11-9/13 Riot Fest
Post by purplefuzzystuff on Feb 24, 2014 23:48:00 GMT -5
Eels just announced a US tour, it ends a couple days before Bonnaroo. The tour was *just* announced so I'm not sure how likely or possible it is, but lord have mercy I would cry real life tears if this happened.