Post by Funky Munky on Nov 8, 2014 15:33:37 GMT -5
I'm guessing this will be a pretty strong day. I was really impressed with FF the only time I saw them and they even bailed out C-Lo earlier in the day at Hangout with a cover set. I bet it's going to be a long night.
you should take the train, if you've never traveled that way before. pricewise, it's probably close to a plane ticket, and it's an overnight trip but it's a cool experience- and it's not impossible to sleep, the seats are pretty roomy. I wish we could commit to a date that far away and close to bonnaroo... I love DC.
Post by thepeppers on Nov 18, 2014 20:52:09 GMT -5
With them announcing the rest of their tour dates makes me want to go to this even more. Not only is DC the closest spot for myself, it rules them out for Forecastle. Will depend if I can get away from my internship.
Gates at RFK open this Saturday at 12 Noon, and the music starts at 1pm, rain or shine. Please note that there is no re-entry once inside RFK. Sunscreen is allowed in the stadium, and the weather is shaping up to be partly sunny and in the low-80s. There will be water stations on site to help you stay hydrated throughout the day. Prepare for a long day of rocking!
RDGLDGRN - 1:30pm Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue - 2pm Joan Jett and the Blackhearts - 2:55pm Gary Clark Jr. - 3:50pm Heart - 4:45pm LL Cool J feat. DJ Z-Trip - 5:40pm Buddy Guy - 6:35pm Trouble Funk - 7:30pm FOO FIGHTERS - 9:05pm
What you CAN bring into RFK for sure this Saturday is: sunscreen, drawstring backpacks, comfy shoes, sun hats, tattoos, DC Pride, a heart full of whimsy and wonder, and a sense of adventure and anticipation. Those, and a primal desire to unleash your inner rock spirit animal (something gnarly and fierce - nothing lame and fluffy).