Sasquatch 2014 lineup:

Sasquatch! 2014 Lineup:

Weekend 1: Outkast, The Nation, Queens of the Stone Age, M.I.A., Foster the People, Kid Cudi, HAIM, Neko Case, Foals, Major Lazer, Cut copy, Die Antwoord, Elbow, Violent Femmes, The Naked and Famous, Cage the Elephant, Mogwai, Tyler, the Creator, Chance the Rapper, Portugal. the Man, Rudimental, Boys Noize, Gesaffelstein, Cold War Kids, City and Colour, Phantogram, First Aid Kit, tUnE-yArDs, Yelle, AlunaGeorge, Panda Bear, Phosphorescent, Bob Mould, Washed Out, Band of Skulls, Brody Dalle, Austra, Parquet Courts, Damien Jurado, Deafheaven, Big Freedia, Classixx, Black Joe Lewis, Liars, Tourist, Ryan Hemsworth, Tokimonsta, Chet Faker, Banks, The Dodos, The Lonely Forest, Lucious, The Stepkids, Half Moon Run, Little Green Cars, Crystal Fighters, Houndmouth, Cloud Control, Jonathan Wilson, Waxahatchee, Foy Vance, Mary Lambert, Willy Mason, Papa, Shakey Graves, The Growlers, Syd Arthur, Cowboy and Indian, White Sea, Rathborne, Pink Mountaintops, The Physics, Radiation City, LA Luz, The Bright Light Social Hour, Big Scary, Modern Kin, Raz Simone, Sam Lachow, Gifted Gab, Hobosexual, The Grizzled Mighty, Fly Moon Royalty, The Flavr Blue, Tacocat, Princess feat. Maya Rudolph, Nick Swardson, Bridget Everett, Eric Andre, Charlyne Yi.

Weekend 2: Soundgarden, Kraftwerk (3D), New Order, Frank Ocean, Royksopp + Robyn, Neutral Milk Hotel, Broken Bells, Spoon, Tegan and Sara, Local Natives, La Roux, Gogol Bordello, Jake Bugg, Atmosphere, Rhye, The Bloody Beetroots, Dillon Francis, Big Gigantic, The Black Angels, Deltron 3030, The Horrors, Junip, The Notwist, St. Lucia, Dr. Dog, Kurt Vile & The Violators, of Montreal, Talib Kweli, The Cave Singers, Punch Brothers, Action Bronson, Lee Fields & The Expressions, Sharon Van Etten, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Sol, Casey Veggies, RL Grime, Tchami, Audion, Fuck Buttons, Courney Barnett, Thao & The Get Down Stay Down, Cloud Nothings, Foxygen, Palma Violets, Mikal Cronin, Mac Demarco, Jon Hopkins, Gold Panda, Majical Cloudz, Duke Dumont, Oneohtrix Point Never, Death, Black Prairie, Latyrx, Metz, John Grant, Reigning Sound, Black Milk, Typhoon, Cass McCombs, Young & Sick, No, Boy & Bear, Asgeir, Mutual Benefit, The Bots, Wild Cub, Gangstagrass, Phox, Ages and Ages, The Districts, Mimicking Birds, Chad Vangaalen, Shelby Earl, Hunter Hunted, Fly Golden Eagle, Sandrider, Helms Alee, Night Beats, Chastity Belt, Dude York, Iska Dhaaf, Kithikin, Pollens, Demetri Martin, Eugene Mirman, Kurt Braunohler, W. Kamau Bell, Kyle Dunnigan.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Schedule Has Been Released



Tom said...

Sunday at 6 is gunna be the death of me. 3 of my favourite bands, who the eff do I pick?

know ID yuh said...

I only see two bands playing Sunday at 6. I might be able to help you decide on your conflict if you let me know who the three bands are.

tom said...

Well just the conflict between Cold War Kids, City & Colour and Mad Rad. What would you suggest is best/most exciting live?

Horned Gramma said...


davers said...

Harley said...

i am so pissed that chromeo and black mountain are contradicting each other. why would they put 2 awesome Canadian acts playing at the same time? like come'on, so lame.

same with, Givers and Wavves
Sam Roberts and Reggie Watts,
i gotta make some serious decisions..

know ID yuh said...

@Horned Gramma

Have you checked

know ID yuh said...

If any of you don't like the formatting of the schedule on the main Sasquatch page, there are a couple friendly Sasquatch Message Boarders who made PDFs and Excel schedules for your printing pleasures. Find them here:

@Tom, you picked the two bands I am least supportive of on the lineup, but I'll try to give you some festival advice either way. City & Colour starts first, so you want to start there either way. Depending on your mood, he will probably put you to sleep, so you'll want to move on to the Cold War Kids, who might put you to sleep as well, but will be much more lively (even if a bit lame). If you are enjoying the mellowness of City & Colour, stay there, because as much as he plays festivals, he doesn't tour much, and he has other musical endeavors. You'll have a much better chance seeing the Cold War Kids fifteen times in the next five years, especially once everyone realizes they suck, and they start playing small clubs.

When Mad Rad starts, go immediately. They are fun.

I hope this helps.

Tom said...

Thanks know ID, I appreciate the honesty, even though I respectfully disagree. But thats some good info, and I like all the reviews you've done so far. Can't wait till friday!