1. "I went to the Governors Ball this past June and Had a blast" In response to Reply # 0
it was my first music fest so i dont know if its the best per say but they had a pretty diverse line up got to see Kast on friday Disclosure, RJD2, The internet,Chance, Childish Gambino on sat Jcole, Banks, ALuna George and Empire of the Sun sunday
smoked good trees and sat on blankets snuck booze and met hella ppl there
over the span of 3 days it was dope i just stayed with homies i knew in the city
i may go for a part deux this yr but im looking for something else
EDC came to Orlando, ididnt know anyone on the bill so i chilled but i want to do Bonaroo or maybe one of the ATL fests
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4. "i want to do bonnaroo, too" In response to Reply # 1
but i think i'm too old and don't have the right friends for it, so i probably never will.
i've gone to coachella and lollapalooza, and they were cool, but i will probably never go to either again. baltimore had the virgin festival, also cool but a lot of the same. i grew up going to hfstival and also got to go to the tibetan freedom concert, which were perfect for me at that time. the festivals that really interest me these days are in europe, mainly england. eventually i'll make myself go to the local (dc) festival called sonic circuits, but i'm waiting for another good lineup.
6. "I really loved treasure island out in San Fran. I only went once tho" In response to Reply # 0
Two stages, great mix of artists from hip hop to alternative to Edm and have this really cool Dj section where everyone gets head phones to hear what the Dj is spinning but only in ur headphones. Silent disco I think is what it's called
Good food and other merch vendors, great crowd and great views of San fran from the island
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9. "if you were ever at all interested in visiting Montreal (canadian women?..." In response to Reply # 0
their Jazz Festival, or Osheaga, are pretty safe bets.
The Jazz Fest is pretty big, probably their biggest musical tourist draw, the kind that will have headliners that aren't strictly Jazz Artists like getting to see Smokey Robinson in Toronto's once, so it should please good taste.
I've been to Osheaga once, the year Black Keys headlined Sunday and Snoop Dogg (the Lion thing had just happened) headlined Saturday, so a good variety but predictable hip lineups. It's still in the city enough, being on an island on the river, to enjoy the outdoors without having to go as far away. I can't really compare experiences to anything else though.
I go every year, it's always a great time... except for that 1 year when there was a tropical storm,lol.
I'm trying out Eaux Claires Festival this year -- Justin Vernon (of Bon Iver) is curating it along with Aaron Dessner of The National... 2 days of camping, music and art.. can't wait to see the lineup there.
I have friends that swear by Bonnaroo, but I just haven't brought myself to make the decision to go to Tennessee.
Same with Coachella.
I have a few friends that love Lolla as well.
Made in America is always dope too.
Also, Boston Calling had a pretty decent lineup last year.