Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Frequency Festival schedule

Here's the schedule according to RockFestivals:
The Cure 23:10-01:00
Sportfreunde Stiller 21:05-22:15
Bloc Party 19:35-20:35
Hot Chip 18:05-19:05
Glasvegas 16:45-17:35
Brendan Benson 15:45-16:25
Blood Red Shoes 14:50-15:30
The Jezabels 13:55-14:35
Cloud Nothings 13:05-13:40
(Thanks to Jörg from Last Remedy)


  1. It hurts my eyes to see "The Killers" listed above The Cure. ><"

  2. WTF... The Killers more important than The Cure?!?!

  3. Replies
    1. I really wouldn't worry about that. Frequency will just have to call the police and threaten them like Hultsfred did. No way they play less than 2 - 2 & a half hours.

    2. Well, never mind, Roger says there ARE some shows where they only get 90 minutes or so.

  4. The Frequency Festival website is very confusing, they do not announce which acts are playing on which days. Are you only able to purchase a three day pass?

  5. If you have the chance you really should go see Blood Red Shoes the same day as cure, they are f*#§ing brilliant, listen to 'Colours Fade' and you understand . .and ofcourse loads more .

  6. The order on a bill is not so important and ranking headliners is useless and depends more on commercial success and/or the guy in charge of making the bill than the importance of the artists themselves. And by the way The Killers is a good band who loves The Cure, especially the lead singer. I was more chocked by the size of the printing of Bob Dylan's and Sting's names regarging those of The Cure and Portishead on the Vieilles Charrues's bill. The 4 of them will headline one of the 4 nights but I mean... Sting, come on !

  7. i am from austria, if someone needs help, please let me know.

    the order of the bill is completly differtn, i have seen some with different bills.

    i was also shocked, the killer above the cure :(

  8. Never put the The Killer's name ahead of The Cure. That is a disgrace in music history!

  9. Never put the The Killer's name ahead of The Cure. That is a disgrace in music history!