Neil Young - The Killers - Gorillaz - Calvin Harris
I'd be happy with that lineup, and it's definitely not unrealistic, but I wonder if Bonnaroo would go two years in a row without a major hip-hop headliner
J Cole is their "major hip-hop headliner". I'm not a huge fan of him like many others on the boards, but I feel like lots of people are ignoring how big he is. Of rappers actively making music he's one of the biggest names in rap.
Post by Banana_Ass on Feb 14, 2016 16:15:48 GMT -5
I think they make a pretty big comeback but no legacy act. As much as I'd love Radiohead, Fleetwood Mac, or Roger Waters at the top, I'm putting Drake because any of those plus AF and Gorillaz would be too good to be true.
Drake // Arcade Fire // Gorillaz // Lorde // Beck // Justice (or Zedd) // Fleet Foxes // Duran Duran Sigur Rós // Chance the Rapper // St. Vincent // Kygo // The 1975 // FKA twigs // Bastille
Lane 8 – Feb 17 Anthony Naples and Huerco S. – Mar 10 A Tribute for Nujabes – Mar 14 Nils Frahm — Mar 15 Broken Social Scene – Mar 30 Broken Social Scene – Mar 31 Japanese Breakfast w/Snail Mail – Apr 7 Coachella – Apr 13-15 TDE: The Championship Tour w/Kendrick Lamar, SZA, ScHoolboy Q, and more – May 22 Panorama – Jul 27-29 Rezz – Oct 13
Post by Delicious Meatball Sub on Feb 16, 2016 14:48:09 GMT -5
Next year I'd like to see Bonnaroo take some more booking cues from Eaux Claires. They have so many interesting Americana-ish artists on the bill that would fit perfectly with what Bonnaroo has been doing. Phil Cook, S Carey, Eighth Blackbird would all be great and a little different. And even though JRAD is solid, I'd love to see their Day of the Dead jam and watch some different artists take on the dead.