Was just coming here to post something similar. If WSP ends up not being true, I could see Mumford hopping in as the start of non-jam HL on Sunday. Interesting to think about those rumors about a Sunday HL falling through.
9/18: Dr. John & the Nite Trippers
9/19: Tim & Eric w/ Dr. Steve Brule
10/4: Jane's Addiction
10/8: St. Vincent
10/11: King Diamond
10/24: of Montreal
10/27: Amon Amarth
10/31-11/2: Voodoo Fest
11/12: Thee Oh Sees
12/6: Skinny Puppy
Post by ChrisIronsArt on Jan 9, 2013 8:18:15 GMT -5
In 2008 Panic played Murfreesboro in April before playing roo. I know that year they were a late addition, but it sounds like they are picking up the slack of another act falling through this year. So they would probably overlook the radius clause. Also in 2007 they played two nights in Knoxville in April before playing roo
^Agreed. If Panic is touring they're hitting multiple dates in the southeast...period. Talking about radius clauses for WSP the same way one would for Radiohead, Arcade Fire, RHCP, etc. doesn't make any sense.
There must be so many like me on this board - to lurk, or not to lurk? Whether tis nobler.....
Panic Spring Tour - to die...to peak. Panic plays Bonnaroo quite a bit. AC/Superfly has been good to WSP, and WSP has been good to AC/Superfly. Another closing Sunday would be a little too repetitive, but other than that why not?