Dave and friends again. If you were there you'd know that was an awesome set. Praxis should have a bigger stage this year and I strongly believe they should branch out of the whole jam band thing and bring in other bands It's a music fest, so let's have a little representation from everything!
It is SO nice to see daily activity on this board again. I hope the "Bonnaroo winter" from July to November treated everyone well.
In my dreams I would love to see a revitalized P-funk, TAB and Radiohead headline but I'm not really expecting anything like that.
I would be very surprised if Widespread didn't get a spot. I personally wouldn't mind something different from past years but the WSP/Dead thing works too. I would also like to see something surprising in the Neil Young/Bob Dylan/ Tom Petty living legend category.
I think I'm witholding my full-fledged fervor until some bands are announced but I am so glad to be talking about Bonnaroo to everyone again
Post by fluffhead720 on Dec 14, 2004 18:40:27 GMT -5
Fri- Widespread Sat- Panic Sun- Widespread Panic
That's right folks give me Widespread, or give me Panic!!
I do have some bad news. Barring some large changes, or my dream headliners schedule, Iwill not be attending this year. Last year was to big for me, and it was missing an element of intamacy. The first Roo ruined it for every other year, because it was just so perfect. I'll still stick around and chat, but I'm searching for a new festival that has not been corrupted by big business....I just can't bring myself to pay $5 for a bag of ice or beer.
I think that one might actually have a chance. New album next year. Beck and Bonnaroo just seem to go hand in hand
Beck is the act that I've been trying to think of for this thread. I guess he's just a little off of the radar screen right now and its great news that he has an album on the way. We just need to be sure he shows up with a band geared toward full-on Midnight Vultures mode or better yet, the Lips! Now that Danbird reminded me of it, this would definitely be my #1 choice for a headliner, and I don't think it is too unrealistic either.
Post by ClarkGriswold on Dec 16, 2004 23:25:42 GMT -5
Fri. – Neil Young Sat. - Widespread Panic Sun. - The Dead
Same line up as 2003 is just fine with me. Throw somewhere in the mix String Cheese, Warren Haynes, The Wailers, Allman Bros, Particle, Steve Winwood, Bella Fleck, Flaming Lips, My Morning Jacket and you’ve got me for the weekend. I really would like to see a little unknown group that goes by the name of The Menagerie play Bonnaroo. I like the way The Menagerie just seems to find nice groove and hold on to it with just the slightest touch of ambient to make interesting.