In some ways I think Bon Iver makes a lot of sense, but I'm kind of assuming they will follow the formula of a "classic" headliner(New Order, Aphex) and a headliner that appeals to a younger and wider audience(Kaskade, Kendrick) and i don't think Bon Iver really fits with that. I guess if they are actually expanding to three days they would fit. Its also possible they won't go the classic/commercial headliner route.
Sigur Ros played Dallas last night, with two (sold out) Austin shows starting today, but none scheduled in Houston area. Are two Austin sets enough to keep them from going to H-town in December?
S.R. will be in South America for December, with their last date December 2nd in Bogota Columbia. Possibly too much of a gap for them to stop by Houston.
Jamiroquai's tour has been put on indefinite hold because lead singer Jay Kay had a spinal injury and is currently recovering from surgery. Unknown when he will be back to full health.
An update on Jamiroquai -- he's up and out of the hospital and walking around. Apparently the tour kicks back into gear tomorrow in Spain. The London shows that were canceled are being made up on December 3/6. He's clear after that, for now. This Automaton theme they have going on seems to fit Day for Night, but who knows.
Arcade Fire, Jamiroquai, St. Vincent, Sigur Ros -- maybe absolutely none of them will be on it, and D4N throws us for a loop.