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
Alabama Shakes Luella & the Sun Michael Kiwanuka Particle Widespread - late night - 4 hours - acoustic & electric set The new Les Claypool project - Duo De Twang EmmyLou Harris - Wrecking Ball Tour w/Daniel Lanois PRINCE
Post by funkymoses17 on Feb 19, 2014 22:30:04 GMT -5
CeeLo is touring with Lionel Richie so that wouldn't be a surprise. The Strokes (how are you going to mention then 100x and not put them on it?) The Knocks Girl Talk (surprised he or Andrew WK weren't on that lineup) Pharrell doing "Happy" 24 hours straight BOOM
And wow, you're like a walking, talking infomercial to turn people away from Pearl Jam and Ohio State, aren't you? Before you started posting here I quite liked Pearl Jam and was indifferent towards OSU, now I find myself wishing that Eddie Vedder falls down a mine shaft or that Columbus is infested with locusts
Just visited to post about them. How the fuck did I forget? Killer Mike had one of the best sets last year, and said that he would be back with EL-P next year after alerting some of us to the existence of RtJ.
I'd say they're a shoe-in, but after not appearing on the initial line-up, who the fuck knows?
Dark Star Orchestra would be a good choice for that late nite cover band, they killed it in Asheville last week. Also Les Claypool's Duo De Twang (or solo) and Band of Horses, Keller Williams would be cool either as his own show or at least in the bluegrass superjam.