Set was amazing. Loved everything about it. The chorus, her outfit, the set list.
The only thing that bothered me was when a security guard yelled at me that I couldn't take pictures. I was in the left side pit and had a perfect shot as she walked to our side of the stage.
You must have missed the giant screen that said "PLEASE NO PHOTOGRAPHS OR VIDEOS"
Wow. I guess I must have. Surprisingly everyone else around me in the pit missed it as well. Its funny because the security guard right in front of me didn't say a word to anyone the entire set, but out of nowhere this guard from the other side of the pit comes full speed at us waving his arms.
5.5/tycho 5.25/mumford & sons 5.26-28/boston calling 6.6/chance the rapper 7.7/the avett brothers (red rocks) 7.15/lupe fiasco 7.22/hans zimmer 8.9/roger waters 9.17/arcade fire 9.30/two door cinema club 10.18/kaleo 10.28/shpongle 11.4/flying lotus 11.16/dead & company 11.28/st. vincent
Post by LittleRedGhost on Jun 20, 2013 19:44:21 GMT -5
I guarantee you we would have had four more songs, the massive tesla coil zapping away madly, and she wouldn't have been as shy. We also would have had an epic light show. I realized too that all the festivals she headlined for biophilia, they had the screens at all times. Biophilia visuals during those songs and her and her band during classics. This should could have been so much more :(. I'm still incredibly thankful and had a fantastic time
Post by mrchristopher on Jun 27, 2013 21:57:16 GMT -5
I had no idea that she was throwing LFO into the end of Hyperballad, and I completely lost my mind. I remember saying, "Your move, Jack Johnson" as I left the pit and having a couple people laugh with me.
I didn't know what to watch everything was so awesome. I was on the right side on the rail behind the pit. I got to what as during the last nas song. stayed all the way through Bjork. Like others I wasn't the biggest fan of Bjork but knew enough not to miss her set. She did not disappoint. possibly my number two behind paul definitely three behind paul and the dance party superjam.