Oh, the Coachella 2013 hate is thick on the Interwebs. After releasing a perfectly solid lineup, fans have reacted sourly to the lack of headliners. Yes, there’s no huge name like the oh-so rumored Rolling Stones, but there’s nothing wrong at all with Coachella’s lineup. It’s Coachella. It’s going to be awesome and you’ll see tons of good music and get drunk/high with all your friends in the California sun.
The simple solution to all your bellyaching is to simply shut up and not go. Check out our list of about 300 (and counting) other festivals that might grab your goat.
Here’s a few of the of the headlines from the past week:
People Are Up In Arms Over The Coachella Lineup
Coachella Haters: Disappointed Concert-Goers React To 2013 Lineup
10 Reasons Why Coachella’s Lineup Sucks, 20 Reasons Why it Doesn’t
Coachella 2013 Lineup Finally Revealed … Yay?
I do agree, The Stone Roses is a left-field choice to headline Coachella, a band which is fairly unknown to that younger Coachella demographic. But it also means we get this hilarious website. A quick search on Twitter shows that fans seem to be generally favorable to the lineup.
— Sarah Huerta (@sarahvhuerta) January 29, 2013
people think the #coachella lineup is shitty cuz they dont know good music & think radio shit is whats good…get your minds right.
— VIOLA (@CatherineViola) January 30, 2013
— Taylor Rulon-Miller (@TayTayRuness) January 29, 2013
Just seen the lineup for #Coachella this year and it’s awesome! That’d be a great festival to go to, gutted I can’t.
— Mike Caulfield (@MikeCaulfieldF1) January 29, 2013
I always wondered what would happen when one of these fests that sells out pre-lineup announcement tanks the lineup #coachella
— Scott Bernstein (@heyscottyb) January 25, 2013
Despite #coachella complementing its 1990s band lineup with a 1990s online ticketing experience, I’ll finally get to see The Stone Roses.
— Matt Miranda (@fishwony) January 29, 2013
— Danny Love (@DannyTheHerb) January 29, 2013