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Steve Graham |
Published: Monday, February 3, 2014, 2:43 p.m.

Sasquatch! Music Fest wish list

  • Photo by Steven Graham

Today is the day. All of the speculation will finally come to an end as we get the official lineup announcements for the 2014 Sasquatch! Music Festival.

This year, Sasquatch! is moving to a two weekend festival. The first fest will follow tradition and be held on Memorial Day weekend, while and part two will be held on 4th of July weekend. Unlike the Coachella Valley Music Fest, which does back to back weekends with the same lineup, Sasquatch! is said to have completely different lineups each weekend this year.

I will be at the lineup party tonight live tweeting everything about the event and the lineups as they come out. You can follow along in the box below or on twitter @WhatRadioBlog.

In the meantime, let's have some fun speculating one more time about who is going to be playing this year. Considering they are playing tonight at the lineup party, I think it's safe to assume Cold War Kids, St. Lucious, Sir Sly and The Cave Singers will be on the lineup, but who else?

Here are some of the bands I expect/hope to see on the lineup this year:

Outkast - The National - Kendrick Lamar - Deltron 3030 - Portugal. The. Man - Queens of the Stone Age - Cage The Elephant - Childish Gambino - Haim - Disclosure - Polyphonic Spree - The War On Drugs - of Montreal - Foxygen - Foals - Tycho - Damien Jurado - The Moondoggies - Sol - Mary Lambert - The Grizzled Mighty - Beat Connection - Painted Palms - Odesza - Ra Scion

Who do you guys want or expect to see out at Sasquatch! this year?
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