Gotcha but yeah in their announcement/email they said "Tomorrow we will be announcing our 2014 lineup with All The News That's Fit To Print." And "All The News That's Fit To Print" is the New York Times motto. Sly hint there lol.
Jul 7: Steely Dan / Steve Winwood (Mansfield MA) Jul 16: Hall & Oates / Sharon Jones (Mansfield MA) Jul 17: Paul McCartney (Boston) Jul 22-24: Newport Folk Aug 19: Ghostland Observatory (Philly) Aug 20: Prophets of Rage (Camden NJ) Sept 24: Copenhagen Beer Celebration (Boston) Oct 20: Die Antwoord (Boston)
Post by surfacetoair24 on Jan 15, 2014 8:42:26 GMT -5
I will go anywhere that Interpol, Damon Albarn and TVOTR play. They curated an excellent lineup for a second tier fest. Very impressed. Will definitely be attending again this year. Hope to meet some of you there and jam out to some Interpol. Quack I love that band.
Do they do day tickets? I will absolutely buy one for whatever day Damon Albarn plays, unless he announces a tour around the same time, which I guess is pretty likely. Other than that, this is a great lineup. Finally, a small festival that gets it - maybe it's because they're in NYC and know they have a pretty deep base of music fans to draw from, but aside from the big EDM names (which are shit, like every festival), this is awesome. Outkast, Jack White, Vampire Weekend, Interpol, TV On The Radio, Spoon, Broken Bells, Damon Albarn, James Blake, Jenny Lewis, RJD2, Tanlines, Deafheaven, Run the Jewels, Classixx...the hip hop is kind of weak, and they don't really have much in the way of nuanced electronic stuff, but this is a cool little lineup. Really well done.