Post by itrainmonkeys on Apr 30, 2013 15:40:53 GMT -5
So happy I will have a relatively conflict free late night schedule. If Wu Tang and the Superjam conflict I will need to figure a way to clone myself so I can see both shows. But then I'll just rub it in my own face how good the show I wasn't at was. I need to sit down....I just got dizzy.
Post by monkybunney on Apr 30, 2013 15:49:31 GMT -5
Some of these were totally predictable, but I'm deeply concerned about LN conflicts now. I'm doubting that ZZ Top (I really had them figured as a What stage afternoon), Idol and Weird Al will conflict. BUT that being the case I think they'll inevitably conflict with other acts on the list I really really want to see like Animal Collective, The Spuperjam, and Bustle In Your Hedgerow. Does anyone else think Weird Al may have guests join him?
Mixed emotions over the schedule release. On the one hand it gives me plenty of time to further study the artist and prioritize accordingly, but doesn't that also pretty much mean no more additions are forthcoming?
The logic behind this is undeniable, but damn if Wu-Tang didn't have a huge crowd at Coachella. I'd have to imagine they'd be more popular with the Roo audience than Kels.
Those acts are listed in the order in which they appear on the lineup poster, if I'm not mistaken. Just as sometimes one band may play a later/longer slot than another despite being listed lower, I don't think the order of this list guarantees a Which slot for Kels. Unless of course Bonnaroo is already aware that the full Wu reunion is collapsing in upon itself like a dying star, and are going to throw them in a tent so as to accomodate the disappointed masses who slouch away in despair upon realizing that they're going to be hearing a hell of a lot of U-God songs.
Nope, lineup poster is PL, Kels, Wu. But I agree regardless.