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06-23-2004, 12:16 PM
there's a big link of there. It's fast and really easy.
I told them to get a better sound system, ditch the announcers, offer domestic beer and have Panic headline.
06-23-2004, 12:38 PM
Everyone definitely give them some feedback! Anything!
arrrgh, although I love Panic - I would hate to see this festival turn into another Bonnaroo, which I could see happening if they get huge headliners like Widespread
the best thing about the festival was the chance to see lots of great bands in a diverse audience without having to deal with huge crowds drawn by one or 2 of the bands.
Domestic beer? I know Colorado is an extremely politically conservative state, but it is still technically part of the U.S.
06-23-2004, 01:04 PM
Panic headlined 10,000 Lakes last Summer = 9,000 people
Panic headlined Mid-X last Summer = 4,000 people
I don't believe that panic had as much to do with Bonnaroo's success as you may think. Bonnaroo was the first of its kind, a phenomenon all its own.
While yes, Colorado is indeed part of the US, New Belgium/Fat Tire is NOT considered a domestic beer. Much like Boulevard, often Rolling Rock, etc. They are microbrews and nearly ALWAYS sell for near the price of an import.
Maybe next year could be sponsored by Schaefer's? Let's see how THAT would go over.
I can see that with anonymity comes an overly authoritative tone. You are absolutely 100% totally WRONG when you say New Belgium is NOT considered a domestic. Yes, as a matter of fact, it IS. ;) Any bar in Seattle advertising New Belgium as an import would be laughed out of business (or is patronized by ignoramuses who don't give a crap and would probably hate Fat Tire anyway). I suspect there is some \"regionalism\" in vocabulary about beer going on here. Maybe some areas of the country would call Molson Ice a \"domestic\" because it's cheap and Fat Tire an \"import\" because it's expensive, but those places would be wrong. Plain ol' flat out wrong. Cheap Canadian beer ain't domestic. It just ain't. Expensive U.S. beer, is domestic. It just is.
06-27-2004, 12:34 AM
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