Lollapalooza Argentina 2015: My First Ever Experience At A Music Festival
Bands I didn’t get to see live and regret not seeing them live – Day 1:
Cypress Hill: I’m not much of a big fan of Cypress Hill, but I like a few of their songs, mostly Tequila Sunrise. Sadly, their concert clashed against both the second half of Foster The People’s concert and the start of Robert Plant’s. One of my friends had to make a sacrifice between Plant and Cypress Hill. This was also a big clash for me, but for me seeing Plant live was almost a no-brainer compared to debating St. Vincent vs Molotov. By the way, drummer Eric Bobo also played on Day 2 under his project band Ritmo Machine.
St. Vincent: They clashed against Molotov according to schedule, but I missed out on both as described above. I guess I just missed my first and probably last chance at seeing the band live.
Molotov: Same as St. Vincent in terms of schedule clashing, but I could see them at some point in my life. However, I missed out on two of their recent concerts in Peru following this festival. I think they’ll come back in a year or two, assuming they don’t retire or split up. Also, what kind of fucking genius thought it was a great idea to put Molotov at such an early hour? They deserved better considering their status in Latin America, or they should have been placed on Day 2.
Three Days Grace: I heard and liked a few of their songs, but they were placed too early for me to see them. Check out a sample of their concert below.