Post by iamthehorn on Jan 18, 2013 12:04:32 GMT -5
I think Bjork is going to be like Radiohead - a lot of people are going to be really excited and wait for hours for the pit, and a lot of people in the pit will get weirded out and leave after about 20 minutes and you'll be able to stroll right in if you show up a little late.
My assumption is definitely a LN Which set. I just pray it's not Friday after Paul or something idiotic like that.
6/22 Manchester Orchestra
7/19 Pearl Jam @ Wrigley
7/20 Under the Sun
8/21 The Allman Brothers Band
9/7 Cultivate Festival
9/13-9/15 Riot Fest
3/1 Broken Bells
Just got home from work, and have noticed I got dunzo'd twice today. It's either for disagreeing that Green Day puts on an incredible show, or for saying David Bowie isn't going to headline this year, or both. Really? *Shakes Head*. I want to say that I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to be wrong about Bowie, but comeon, ain't happening.
Y'all are sensitive in this thread lately. YAY! to Bjork though.
I wasn't the dunzo dropper.
Edit: But I see I've been dunzo-ed twice. And you're calling us sensitive?
Unless they've fixed the sound issues on Which, I just think it would be a disservice to her show. I want to hear her with clarity and pristine vocals.
The only show I've seen on Which that got the sound correct was David Byrne, which ended up being the best show I've ever seen at Bonnaroo. If she does end up on Which, I'm holding out hope they can live up to that standard.
Post by RxMarky Mark on Jan 18, 2013 13:13:32 GMT -5
I put this on the Bjork thread as well, but could she maybe co-HL with Mumford? Maybe Mumford/Fleetwood Mac 8:30-10/8-10 >> Bjork 11-1? Or even reversed? Although a Mumford show after Bjork may be a big let down. But if Macca really is on Friday, we'll need some sort of spectacle show on Saturday so there isn't as big of a drop off.
But with her fan base, I still think LN Which is the most likely.