THURSDAY: HAIM, Walk The Moon, Father John Misty, Purity Ring I'm keepin' this day fairly open and plan to really just bounce around and see what strikes my fancy.
FRIDAY: Trombone Shorty, Reptar, Local Natives, Jim James, Paul McCartney, Wu-Tang Clan, ZZ Top Those first two shows suck that they are opposed and dependin' on Brunch activities I hope to make them.
SATURDAY: Preservation Jazz Hall Band, Two Gallants, Nas, Matt & Kim, Bjork, The Lumineers, Mumford & Sons, Superjam, Billy Idol, "Weird Al" Still no idea what I'm gonna do about the latenights. It'll probably be an in the moment decision.
SUNDAY: Action Bronson, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes, David Byrne & St. Vincent, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers I've got a lot of time to wander between artists I'd like to see, but most of Sunday is pretty easy on me.
Thursday- Nicki Bluhm, Milo Greene, Haim (partial), VIP show? or Maps and Atlases, Japandroids, Alt-J til Allen Stone, ALO (hope Jack Johnson is there) Friday - Trombone Shorty, Local Natives, Monsters and Men, Foals, Wilco,McCartney, Wu Tang, Pretty lights Saturday - Portugal THE man, Frank Turner/ Tallest man on earth (tough one), Gov't Mule, Dirty Projectors, Dwight Yoakim (anyone but Bjork), Lumineers, Mumford, Rock n soul jam after 30 min of R. Kelly, Bustle. Sunday - If I make it thru Sat.....Kacey Musgraves, Delta Rae, Macklemore, Shhepdogs ( the one I am looking forward to the most), Mowglis, Tame Impala (partial), Petty.
Hoping to catch most if not all of these. Shhepdogs, Nicki bluhm, Kacey Musgraves, Japandroids, Mowglis, Allen Stone are all new artists to me that I really want to catch at least a partial set.
Post by fearofpride on May 12, 2013 22:04:46 GMT -5
shooting for a year of few partial sets
right now it seems Thursday: The Step Kids - Maria Bamford - Walk The Moon - Purity Ring - Polyphonic Spree Rocky Horror - Capital Cities Friday: Sleepwalk With Me QandA - Mike Birbiglia - Of Monsters And Men - Foals - The XX - McCartney - Pretty Lights Saturday: Cults - Two Gallants/Portugal The Man - Four Tet - Lucius - Cat Power - Bjork - Mumford - Weird Al - Empire Of The Sun - Bustle In Your Hedgerow Sunday: Staying For The Weekend - David Cross - Bob Saget - Tame Impala - David Byrne/St. Vincent - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Thursday: The Stepkids, Milo Greene, Walk the Moon, Father John Misty, Alt J, Capital Cities. Friday: Reptar, Glen Hansard, Foals, Wilco/Conspirator, Macca, Pretty Lights/Porter Saturday: Lord Huron, Four Tet, Bjork, Mumford, Superjam, Boys Noize Sunday: Kacey Musgraves, Wild Nothing, Tame Impala, Petty
Trying to keep it super simple this year.... the show I hafta see the entire thing is probably Lord Huron. So I think my weekend will be pretty awesome
Thursday: Django Django, maybe a couple of minutes of Father John Misty, Polyphonic Spree - Rocky Horror - whatever's left of ALO. I almost never have Thursday conflicts so lots of wandering and hoping the time slots for a couple of things get changed before we get there. Friday: BRUNCH will determine how early I move anywhere else. He's my Brother, She's my Sister, Local Natives, Monsters and men, Amadou and Miriam, Wilco, McCartney, ZZ Top, Pretty Lights Saturday: Lord Huron - Dirty Projectors- Cat Power - Bjork -Lumineers- Mumford - Superjam with a few minutes of Weird Al thrown in- Empire Of The Sun Sunday: Delta Rae (?) Black Prairie, Noam Pikelny and Friends, Edward Sharpe and the Mag Zeros, Bluegrass Superjam, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Was hoping to see Alt J and Father John but this Rocky Horror sucks me in....
Post by James Baxter on May 13, 2013 16:28:43 GMT -5
Right now it is looking like:
Thursday: The Stepkids >> DIIV >> Maria Bamford >> Deap Vally(semi) >> I'll choose between Purity Ring into FJM and Japandroids sometime >> Alt-J >> Killer Mike
Friday: Bernhoft(semi)>> Trombone Shorty >> Local Natives or Birbiglia >> OM&M or semi + Earl>> Foals >> John McLaughlin >> The xx (semi) >> Macca (from the mound-15m for..) >> ..Wu-Tang Clan >> Animal Collective
Post by cory's beard on May 15, 2013 16:44:29 GMT -5
Now that everything is out there and I've listened to more artists...
THUR: DIIV > ON AN ON > Deap Vally > Japandroids > Alt-J > Capital Cities FRI: Sea Wolf > Local Natives (Pit) > Passion Pit > Wilco > Paul McCartney (Pit) > Animal Collective SAT: Cults > Lord Huron > The Tallest Man on Earth > Very Special Guest > Bjork > Mumford & Sons (first half) > William Tyler > Mac DeMarco > Weird Al > Empire of the Sun > Bustle In your Hedgegrow (last half) SUN: The Rubens > LiL iFFy > Cat Martino > Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros > David Byrne & St. Vincent (Pit) > Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
Post by Stupid Sexy Flanders on May 16, 2013 6:52:46 GMT -5
Thursday: DIIV>>twenty one pilots>>Araabmuzik>>Walk the Moon>>Purity Ring>>Paper Diamond>>alt-J>>Capital Cities Friday: Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue>>Local Natives>>Of Monsters and Men>>Passion Pit>>Grizzly Bear>>the XX>>Paul McCartney>>Wu-Tang Clan/Wolfgang Gartner>>Pretty Lights/Animal Collective Saturday: Cults/Clockwork>>Lors Huron>>Solange>>Nas>>Cat Power>>Bjork (depends on her west coast sets prior)/Beach House/A-Trak>>the Lumineers>>Mumford and Sons>>Rock n Soul Superjam featuring Jim James, John Oates, Zigaboo Modeliste, and Preservation Hall Jazz>>Empire of the Sun>>Boys Noize Sunday: Action Bronson>>Macklemore and Ryan Lewis>>Wild Nothing>>Holy Ghost!>>Tame Impala>>The National>>A$AP Rocky/David Byrne and St. Vincent>>Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Reno 911 Futurebirds NBA finals to make sure I get a spot for Polyphonic spree RHPS ALO
Friday (if I don't do macca pit line)
Trombone shorty Calexico Wander around for an hour and a half Passion pit Wander around for an hour Wilco (I want to check out cloney but I can't justify missing a wilco show) /conspirator Paul McCartney Wu tang clan Porter Robinson/pretty lights/anco (I will try anco to see what every one is talking about)
Futurebirds /Pres hall jazz band (this will rock) Wander around for an hour and a half Frank turner /govt mule Dirty projectors Björk SIMO/Revivalist/bean Dance party superjam Bustle in your hedgerow
Matthew e white /lee fields (pissed at the conflict schedule change Wander around for an hor and a half Swans Surprise set Tom petty
Post by willythepimp on May 17, 2013 15:47:45 GMT -5
For now, this is the schedule I'm going with.
Thursday: Nicki Bluhm --> DIIV --> Futurebirds --> Araabmuzik --> Beginning of Walk the Moon/HAIM/End of Ariel Pink* --> Deap Vally --> Django Django --> Father John Misty --> Allen Stone
Friday: Reptar --> Jason Isbell --> Local Natives --> Glen Hansard --> Grizzly Bear --> John McLaughlin --> Paul McCartney --> ZZ Top --> Animal Collective
Saturday: Preservation Hall Jazz Band --> Two Gallants --> Gov't Mule --> Portugal. The Man --> Drew Holcomb --> Bjork --> The Lumineers --> Break --> Soul Superjam --> Bustle in your Hedgerow
Sunday: Lee Fields --> Action Bronson --> Baroness --> Swans --> The National --> Tom Petty
*The only undecided moment of my weekend, one of these three will be chosen.
Of course, this may change as the festival unfolds, but we'll see. If all goes according to plan, this will be the most shows I've attended in the five years since I started coming to Bonnaroo, and most of them will be full shows or mostly full shows. I'll also have time to take a break before late night Satuday, which hasn't happened in the middle of the festival for me since 2010.
Post by Boston Powers on May 18, 2013 12:39:15 GMT -5
Thursday: Hoping to hit Nick Bluhm and Araabmuzik earlier in the day. Then later on after some quality Bonnaroo pre-gaming in the tents, I'll be seeing all of Father John Misty > Some Alt-J > DJ Jazzy Jeff > ALO and guests.
Friday is going to be epic: Trombone Shorty and Local Natives back to back on the main stage. Then I'm leaving a serious gap to get some quality rest in the RV before the marathon begins: Jim James > Paul McCartney > ZZ Top > Pretty Lights > and a possible visit to Animal Collective or the Silent Disco.
Saturday afternoon is pretty wide open. Hoping to hit the Brooers Fest between Gov't Mule and Portugal The Man. Then the real party begins with Bjork > Back to the RV for beers and possibly missing some of Mumford > all of SUPERJAM! > A stop over to Empire of the Sun > hanging out in the back for Bustle In Your Hedgerow til 4:30 in the am. I'm hoping for some surprises during that set as well.
And the Sunday is loaded as per usual: Going all out early for Macklemore > Sheepdogs > Kendrick > Tame Impala > David Byrne and St. Vincent > Tom Petty. I left some big gaps for rest on Friday and Saturday for this reason... I'm gonna need that second (or tenth) wind for Sunday's closing festivities.
Post by Dale Cooper on May 18, 2013 19:15:43 GMT -5
Final Schedule: Unless Bonnaroo makes changes.
Thursday: Stepkids > 21 Pilots > Araabmusik > Walk The Moon >Deap Vally > Japandroids > Paper Diamond > Killer Mike >Cinema Tent for Rocky Horror/Trapped in the Closet.
Friday: Paul McCartney camping. Trombone Shorty > Local Natives > Passion Pit > Wilco > Paul McCartney > Wu-Tang Clan > Animal Collective
Saturday: Two Gallants > Frank Turner > Nas > Beginning of Bjork > A-Trak > Lumineers > Beginning of Mumford > Ferris Wheel > First 30 Min of R. Kelly > some combo of Superjam/Billy Idol/Weird Al > Boys Noize > End of Bustle in your Hedgerow
Sunday: Matthew E. White > Action Bronson > Macklemore (to get a good spot for) > Kendrick Lamar > Swans > Edward Sharpe (to get a good spot for) > David Byrne & St. Vincent > Tom Petty.
I'm packing a lot of different bands, but other than Saturday I don't plan on running around a lot. I'm hoping that camping for the Paul McCartney pit will give me additional energy for Friday night/Saturday. There's a great weekend coming up in 25 days.
Thursday: open to suggestions > HAIM > MAPS & ATLASES > ALT J > CAPITAL CITIES
Friday: brunch > AM comedy acts > LOCAL NATIVES > OF MONSTERS AND MEN > FOALS > CLONEY > ERIC ANDRE q & a > PAUL MCCARTNEY > wherever my friends drag me
Saturday: LORD HURON > MOWGLI'S > FRANK TURNER > COMEDY BANG BANG // BJORK > MUMFORD > R KELLY// WEIRD AL > EMPIRE OF THE SUN
Sunday: JOHN OATES > MAC DEMARCO > THE WAY WAY BACK q & a > BOB SAGET > DAVID BYRNE & ST VINCENT
The Bjork & Comedy Bang Bang conflict makes me sad in the face. Hoping that CBB will add a second show during the empty Sunday morning .
If I may say so myself, the section thursday that you have open for suggestions, twenty one pilots are in the other tent from 4:45-5:45, they are touring for the first time and they are KILLING IT! Also JD McPherson is playing the slot before Haim in the that tent from 6:00-7:00, and besides the fact that they make awesome music, it will help get a better spot for Haim. This is what I'll be doing, for, I LOVE Haim. You should check 21 pilots and JD McPherson out though!!! hope this helped
After clearing up my biggest conflict (Grizzly Bear/Foals) by seeing Foals the other night (highly recommend checking them out) and looking over the sonic schedule this is how it's looking for me.
Thursday The Stepkids> DIIV > Araabmuzik > Purity Ring > Father John Misty > Alt-J > Killer Mike > ALO
Friday Local Natives > Earl Sweatshirt > Grizzly Bear > The XX > Paul McCartney > Wu-Tang Clan > Animal Collective
Saturday Preservation Hall Jazz Band > Death Grips > Four Tet > Very Special Guest(Solar Stage)/Lord Huron (Sonic Stage) > Bjork > naptime > Superjam > Empire Of The Sun/Boys Noize/Bustle In Your Hedgerow
Sunday Matthew E. White > Action Bronson > Mac Demarco (Sonic Stage) > Kendrick Lamar > Tame Impala > Surprise Set/David Byrne & St. Vincent > Tom Petty