What I don't understand is how this fest has not said shiiiit yet. It sold out last year, right? 6+ months ago, they should have said "woah, guess we're doing three days next year. Thanks for all your monies!" Maybe the organizers passed the torch to someone else. QOTSA, Vampire Weekend, etc may not draw 60k people like Pearl Jam and Foo Fighters did. They need to get NY&CH, NIN, and Kanye West...with QOTSA, Vampire Weekend, etc SUBheadlining.
02/08 Tool 02/11 Jeff Mangum 02/17 of Montreal 02/29 Blind Pilot 03/31 The Naked & The Famous 05/14 M83 and I Break Horses 05/19 Flaming Lips, Young the Giant, Dawes and AWOLNATION 06/07 Bonnaroo 2012!!! 06/13 Roger Waters 07/28 Toadies
Post by atlenergyguy on Jun 13, 2013 10:33:26 GMT -5
It wouldn't surprise me if On an obviously a lower-level music Midtown mirrors Sasquatch this year just based on who it already looks like is going to be there and everything but they're also both live nation event so that makes sense that there'll be similar lineups
Post by atlenergyguy on Jun 17, 2013 16:50:55 GMT -5
Added a third stage Tickets for Music Midtown 2013 are $40 for Sept. 20, $65 for Sept. 21 and $90 for a two-day ticket. After Aug. 1, prices will increase to $50 for Sept. 20, $75 for Sept. 21 and $110 for a two-day ticket. Fans can purchase beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday through all Ticketmaster outlets. On Friday, Sept. 20: Journey Jane’s Addiction 2 Chainz Phoenix Cake North Mississippi Allstars The Mowgli’s Drivin N Cryin On Saturday, Sept. 21: Red Hot Chili Peppers Queens of the Stone Age Imagine Dragons Weezer Kendrick Lamar Arctic Monkeys Yeah Yeah Yeahs Tegan and Sara The Black Lips Reignwolf The Neighbourhood ZZ Ward Mona Capital Cities