Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Festivals Info


The Magic Numbers have been added to the bill for this year's T In The Park. The festival takes place at Balado, near Kinross July 8-9. The Magic Numbers will play the main stage on July 9 reports NME.com. Other acts already confirmed for T In The Park include The Strokes, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Who, Arctic Monkeys and The Kaiser Chiefs. Tickets for the event sold out completely in under one hour when they went on sale on February 17 ...


Hard-Fi have confirmed they will headline this year's Orange Evolution Festival. The festival takes 18-29 May in Newcastle. Hard-Fi will headline the main Imagination stage on May 29. Other acts will be announced in the next few weeks ...


The Who and the Red Hot Chili Peppers have been confirmed as the headline acts for this year's Oxegen festival. They will top the Main Stage billing on Saturday, July 8, and Sunday, July 9, respectively, at Ireland's Punchestown Racecourse. Also set for the first day of the event are The Strokes, Arctic Monkeys, Richard Ashcroft and Primal Scream. The second day will see performances from Kaiser Chiefs, Franz Ferdinand and Sigur Ros. The Spirit Dance Arena will feature sets from Felix Da Housecat and David Morales. Tickets for Oxegen 2006 will go on sale on March 3 at 8am ...


Nine Inch Nails, Beck, the Flaming Lips, Queens Of The Stone Age, Death Cab For Cutie, the Shins, Ben Harper and Matisyahu lead the bill for the fifth annual Sasquatch! Music Festival, set for Memorial Day Weekend (May 26th to 28th) at the Gorge Amphitheatre just outside Seattle. Others performing at the campout event include the Decemberists, Sufjan Stevens, Gomez, Him, Iron And Wine, Nada Surf, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah!, Arctic Monkeys, Neko Case, the Tragically Hip, We Are Scientists, Wolfmother and And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead. Tickets go on sale March 4th through the House of Blues and Ticketmaster ...


My Morning Jacket and Ben Folds will headline Vanderbilt University's Rites of Spring Music Festival in Nashville, on April 21st and April 22nd. Gov't Mule, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah!, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and Blue Merle are also confirmed for the on-campus festival. Tickets go on sale March 1st through Ticketmaster ...

Bonus:
Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
[CODE]http://tinyurl.com/ltxkq
[CODE]http://tinyurl.com/s5f3d
Arctic Monkeys - Love Machine (Girls Aloud Cover)
[CODE]http://tinyurl.com/o2gpt
She Wants Revenge - She Wants Revenge + These Things EP
VA - The Whip
Electro Cured - An Electro Tribute To The Cure
[CODE]http://tinyurl.com/oh37d
The Features - Exhibit A
[CODE]http://tinyurl.com/qvb4o
My Morning Jacket - Z
[CODE]http://tinyurl.com/jealw
My Morning Jacket - It Still Moves
[CODE]http://tinyurl.com/fuw9a
Against Me! - Searching For A Former Clarity
[CODE]http://tinyurl.com/n8yam

1 Comments:

Anonymous Daver from Chicago said...

I'm an old school kinda guy, so I'd rate these festivals as follows:

1. Sasquatch! - Beck, Flaming Lips and Queens of the Stone Age trump all for me.

2. Oxegen & T in the Park (tie) - The Who and the Peppers together? Now that's what I call intergenerational rock. I hope (probably pointlessly) that The Who strips back down to a four piece. Wouldn't that be nice? I'd also like to see The Strokes; I'm lovin' their new album.

3. Rites of Spring. I admit to being impressed by My Morning Jacket, but they seem overexposed now and I get really bored with noodling. Ben Folds annoys the fuck out of me.

4. Orange Evolution - I don't know much about Hard-Fi, to be honest.

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