Thursday, December 17, 2009


Today I turn 18...It feels weird to say the least.

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Hint to the GOP

If you want to try and remain relevant in todays world, going hip is not the answer. All I can say is stuff like this makes me so happy Obama is president.

Friday, December 11, 2009


I am officially continuing my education because yesterday I got into college. I received my acceptance from Seattle University. Fingers crossed for the rest of them.

It's Raining...So I wrote a poem

There’s One In All Of Us

With baby teeth wiggling free and baby fat still prevalent on my face

I stared at the dark shadows of the night, the moon being the only source of illumination

You emerged from your abyss, your large spikes dragging across the carpeted floor

You strolled to the end of my bed, the yellow eyes piercing my soul

I quickly shut my eyes and pulled the covers over my trembling body

Turning on the light, you had vanished

At 10. Lighting filled the sky

Tried to sleep, but failed as Zeus struck the earth

You materialized outside of my window, staring me down from the old oak tree

I tried to turn on a light, but failed as darkness engulfed the room

At 12. I viewed a terrifying film

Going to sleep thoughts of fear and death fleeted through my mind

Lowering my head to stare at the wall, you immerged

About to scream, I closed my eyes

At 15. Staying up late to finish work

Meandering down stairs for a snack

You occupy the corner of my eye

Retreating upstairs, food can wait until morning.

At 18. Graduation the next day

Eyes transfixed on the ceiling

Contemplating my future

You emerge from the shadows, claws sharper then ever.

At 27. Getting married tomorrow

Readjusting my pillow

Petrified of commitment

Your spikes strike my head.

At 32. First child arrived

Childhood seemed like eons ago

Ideas of new responsibilities fill my conciseness

Your yellow eyes illuminate the nursery.

At 33. My child had his first nightmare

I recall my childhood

Boyhood adventures; the world seemed like a better place

You look older too

At 49. I turn 50 tomorrow

Scared as hell

Over the hill

Your spikes still gleam crimson red under the moonlight.

At 57. Camping with my kids

Hear noises at night

The trees rustle in the wind

Where the sky meets the earth, I find you.

At 72. I lost my wife yesterday

The lord took her away from me

I hold her tight I lost my love

When I woke, the rain was poring down; you stood over me.

Lying awake at night, I cannot sleep

The groggy summer heat coupled with the relentless buzz of insect wings

My eyes will not close

I lower my head and my eyes focus on the old oak tree

You are sitting their, tail tucked between your legs

The yellow eyes have lost their glint

Wrinkles dominate my face

You turn away

Disappearing into the night

Never to return

I close my eyes

For the final time

Monday, December 7, 2009

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

I Love Muppits

The Muppets perform "Bohemian Rhapsody." Probably the greatest video ever made.

Monday, November 23, 2009

The Beatles

This is amazing. What people will think about the Beatles in 1,000 years:


Only Sarah Palin fans scare me more then Sarah Palin.

Interviewer: “What are some of your problems with czars?”

Interviewee: “I’m an American. We don’t have czars in America.”

(We have had czars since Franklin Roosevelt’s administration in the 1930s)

Saturday, November 21, 2009


I just put the finishing touches on what I believe is some of my best work. Please have a look and comment.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

The End

Water polo season is finally over. Its been a great season guys!

Saturday, November 14, 2009

SI Polo!

Congrats SI Guys Polo...we have now won 100% of our CCS Games...ever. Pioneer taken care is SHP...

Thursday, November 12, 2009

R.I.P Ninja Bunny...We Will Miss You

I just found out that one of my rabbits died. Its weird how suprising and hard death can be. One minute your eating a mediocre chicken pot pie, and the next your entire family is huddles around a dead rabbit, who has been the source of so many great memories.
We first got cottontail in April 2002, but she was born January 15th 2002. Traveling up to Sabastabol was an adventure in itself, and I still vividly remember seeing the boy on the side of the road riding a lama. Then once we arrive at the "rabbit ladies" house she lays out a row of seemingly identical rabbits. My sister, having an outgoing spirit herself, of course chooses the first rabbit to bolt from the line, and that rabbit was cottontail. Heading home from the breader, we stop at an old 50's style dinner. Walking over to the car while our food is being prepared, I sit with the rabbit in the car. Obviously scared by its change in surroundings, I try to comfort cottontail by petting her, and that was the first close meaningful interaction I would have with a pet. Once we get home, my family immediately disregards the breaders recommendation of keeping the rabbit in the cage for the first 2 weeks, we base this decision of the fact that animals should never be in cages. Letting cottontail out of the cage, she bolts across our living room, kicking her back legs to the side in a sign of pure happiness. As a kid who always wanted a puppy, I finally had some kind of pet.
However, having a rabbit is hard, and cottontail did not make things easier. I always wanted a pet that I would take on walks, play catch with, and cuddle with at night, yet cottontail was having none of that. This rabbit was freethinking, violent, and wasen't about to take anyones shit. Attempting to hold her when she didnt want to resulting in a good thrashing, and I have a myriad of scars to go along with the stories. Cottontail also escaped multiple times. Finding her in such places as a fireplace, between my sisters bed and the wall, inside the walls of our house, under the playhouse, and my backyard in general. Yet, despite the wonders of the outside world, cottontail would always return for food and a warm hay box. I almost forget to mention her undefeated fighting record; she killed a snake and scared off a cat...thats what I call hardcore.
Around the 3rd year we had cottontail, we got her a companion rabbit, Floppy. These two at first were petrified of each other, but soon became my personal symbol of true love in the world. These two never left each others side, taking great care of each other in the process. When I heard cottontail had died, I wasn't shocked in the least, to learn that floppy had been standing outside their house, keeping constant guard over his fallen companion.
In the end, cottontail was the best pet you could have asked for. She had a unique way of showing love, but she definitely showed it. Be it cleaning floppys fur or letting you pet her, she had a subtle soft side. It's heartwarming that a small thing like a rabbit dying can cause a human to reflect on their own mortality, but cottontail has done just that. I would be lying to you if I didn't say that while writing this, the memory of cottontail had led me to deeply reflect on the time I have left on this planet. So as I say goodbye to an old friend, I just have to say that we love you cottontail, and the world will not be the same without its ninja bunny.

Today the 13th of November 2009, we buried you next to the play house. I scratched you behind the ears for the last time, your favorite spot. It always calmed you down. I hope you felt it somehow.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Making History

For all V for Vendetta fans today is and always will be the 5th of November, but for me this day now holds even more of a special place in my heart. It is the day that for the first time in history SI Water Polo qualified for CCS. Congrats guys, we did it!

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Ok now im pissed!

Election day isn't even over, and I'm already disappointed. The USA is currently in need of great change, and I cant understand how so many people are trying to hold onto to old policy. Public healthcare is a wonderful idea, it has worked in many European countries, yet their are sections of this country that are inexplicably petrified of anything resembling a socialist policy. To all the morons our their, the government is using tax money to help cure people, that is a dam sight better then funding a pointless war in the middle east. Second, gay marriage. This is no longer a little special interest groups topic, these are peoples lives that are being fucked around on political agendas. Gay people are clearly in love, and if you personally find it reconcilable to limit other peoples love just because you don't find it right, then you are simply just an ignorant asshole. I leave you all with one final message; our population is at an historic junction, we can either change the world for the better or fail to improve by staying deep rooted in our old ways which clearly don't work in todays society (Bush Administration)...the choice is yours.

A Night Of Story Telling

Despite the good and the bad constantly present in the world, society and to a greater extend the human soul are still fueled by hope. Some people find it in a random act of kindness, the written word, or the sound of music, but whatever form it take, it grants an individual a fleeting feeling of peace and temporarily transports them to a happier time. The point of this being that we all find peace in things, but for the most part most of these releases require context withing our own lives. However, their are a feel notable exceptions to this rule and the universal themes present in Radin's music is one of them. I am in the middle of a hectic water polo season, applying to college, and just dealing with life, but for a blissful evening I could release. Glancing around the venue I noticed how a group of a few hundread strangers were instantaneously relating over a common feeling we all share; love. This magical bond coupled with the amazing songs came together to produce a truly magical night. It is amazing to wonder how seemingly ordinary moments can become large watershed moments in a persons life, going from a night of low expectations to seemingly enlightening ones view towards the human condition. For me, last Thursday was one of those nights. Thanks Josh!

Sunday, October 18, 2009

This is just wrong

Where The Wild Things Are

Where The Wild Things Are is a complex beast. Its a movie about a kids book...except the film is obviously not for children. It is very much an adult adaptation made for people who read the book, cherish it and grew up. I have heard from many people that they didn't like the film, or more frequently that they didn't "get it," and this mindset is partially understandable. The movie is shockingly not a fun whimsical adventure on an island full of furry creatures, but a supremely powerful art film whose resonance is entirely dependent on your own childhood experiences. That’s the biggest “X” factor for this film. What you bring into Where The Wild Things Are will determine what you get out of it, and unlike many other instances where this happens, you can’t really control this one. But if you had a troubled childhood, if you ever felt like a loner and nobody understood you, Where The Wild Things Are has the potential to really speak to you.

It did for me.

It’s often a sad movie, but a lovely and inspired one.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Doing What You Love

This is a segment from 60 minutes following a fellow Squaw skier and one of my role models JT Holmes. This video just highlights his strength of character and how he still continues to follow his passion after the loss of his best friend. Enjoy the adventure.

Friday, October 2, 2009

Health Care Change

It is officially tomorrow and I am still studying for an AP Psych test, but I thought i would take the time to write a short blog post. I just saw Bill Moyers piece about the health insurance industry. Watch the first few minutes and you will be reminded on why reform is truly necessary.

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Level 1 Vs. Warren Miller (The Company Not The Man)

If you are unfamiliar with the ski movie scene, Warren Miller (The Company) is suing Level 1 for having the voice of Warren Miller (The Person) in their new movie Refresh. However, the plot thickened when Warren Miller (The Person) came to the aid of Level 1 as a third party investor, essentially calling out his former company as a bunch of heartless assholes. In my point of view I wholeheartedly support Level 1. These guys are a tiny close-knit company based out of Denver with a hand-full of employees and an annual net revenue of about $100,000. It is also really nice to see a ski movie icon stand up for the hardcore ski movie company in the face of a massive corporation ( Bonnier Group owns Warren Miller (The Company)). This act truly illustrates that Warren Miller is still a hardcore skier at heart, and truly remembers the fans that made it possible for him to become the icon he is today.

Here is a longer story by Matt Harvey of Freeskier Magazine if you desire more detail.


Posted on Wednesday September 30, 2009 | 16:00pmComments: 8
Author: Matt Harvey | In channel: News

On September 21st, 2009, the biggest ski media lawsuit in recent history began when Warren Miller Entertainment filed suit against Level 1 Productions.

Since then, there has been an unprecedented amount of buzz, speculation and, frankly, shit-talking on the internet and within the industry. There seems to be as much confusion as anything about what’s going on and why, so here are the basics of what is publicly available right now:

There are three main parties involved in the lawsuit:

Plaintiff: Warren Miller Entertainment, Inc.
Warren Miller Entertainment (WME), not to be confused with Warren Miller the person, purchased Warren Miller Productions in 1988. It is owned by
Bonnier Corporation, which employes about 1,000 people and has annual revenues of more than $350 million. Bonnier Corp. is, in tern, owned by Sweden-based Bonnier Group, which had earnings of about $4 billion in 2008.

Defendant: Level 1 Productions
Level 1 Productions, started and run by Josh Berman, is a Denver-based film company that started in 1999. Level 1 has one employee and annual net revenues of less than $100,000.

Third party intervenor: Warren Miller, the person
Anyone who has ever skied knows who Warren Miller is. He has been making ski movies since 1948, and sold his company to WME in 1988. He is a legend and pioneer in ski filmmaking.

September 21, 2009

Warren Miller Entertainment, Inc. (WME) filed a lawsuit in US District Court for the District of Colorado against Level 1 Productions (Level 1).

The filing is, of course, too long to reprint here, but key points are that:

  1. “WME owns the exclusive right, in perpetuity, in all media, to the name, the personal endorsement, use of voice, and the likeness of Warren Miller, when used with its existing business, and the fruits of its related efforts.”
  2. WME is the owner of a registered trademark for the mark WARREN MILLER.
  3. WME has used WARREN MILLER as a trade name and trademark for over 20 years.
  4. WME has expended millions of dollars in advertising efforts in connection with the WARREN MILLER name and marks.

Complaints against Level 1 include:
  1. Since the premiere of Refresh in Denver on September 11, 2009, Level 1 has used the name Warren Miller to promote its films as a “surprise” guest.
  2. Level 1 tweeted about quotes from Warren Miller being on
  3. The audience at the premiere of Refresh at IF3 was chanting “Warren! Warren!”
  4. Warren Miller used recognizable phrases like “If you wait until next year to do it…”

The suit states that Level 1 “deliberately and willfully used the Warren Miller name and marks” in Refresh and used such to advertise, without WME’s permission. The main point circulating on the internet since the lawsuit became public is that WME states: “Level 1’s unauthorized use… falsely indicates to consumers that Level 1’s products… are in some manor connected with” WME.

WME asserts that Level 1 is receiving the benefit of WME’s efforts to promote Warren Miller for its own gain. It also asserts that Level 1 has and will damage WME’s brand by misrepresenting the Level 1 movie as a WME production.

And so WME is asking the courts to:
  1. Stop Level 1 from showing, selling or marketing the movie.
  2. Stop Level 1 from using the name Warren Miller or anything “confusingly similar.”
  3. Force Level 1 to destroy all copies of Refresh and all materials related to it.
  4. Investigate into how much profit Level 1 has gained “resulting from its acts of trademark infringement.”
  5. 5. Force Level 1 to pay WME damages incurred by its brand, and legal fees spent to sue, with interest.

On the same day as filing the lawsuit, WME also filed a temporary restraining order against Level 1 in order to stop Level 1 from premiering Refresh in Boulder on September 23.

September 22, 2009

The case of a temporary restraining order (TRO) was brought to court on September 22, before Level 1 was able to respond. The TRO could be enforced by the judge without hearing from Level 1, if some factors were realized, such as it being obvious WME would win the lawsuit or that the premiere could cause harm to the public.

The court did not find that these, among other things, were necessarily true, and so the TRO could not be granted on that basis. The only basis left, then, was the claim of copyright infringement.

The court stated that it was hesitant to give strong protection to trademarks that are of proper names, i.e. Warren Miller. The court also found that Level 1 “should be entitled to identify [Warren Miller] to the public and advise the public that Mr. Miller does, in fact, appear in their film.” It went on to say that “These uses of Mr. Miller’s name are entirely consonant with the public’s interest in being able to truthfully identify a specific person.”

Judge Marcia Krieger denied the TRO, although WME is able to file another TRO and argue it again.

September 23, 2009

Level 1 premiered Refresh at the Boulder Theater in Boulder, CO. It was the first public showing of the film after the suit was filed.

September 24, 2009

Most people have read this by now, but on September 24, both Level 1 and WME issued statements:

“Level 1’s interview, and subsequent inclusion of Warren Miller in our new film, “Refresh,” was motivated by our desire to create a meaningful film that helped to bridge the generation gap and do something good for the sport of skiing.

Level 1 has never, nor will ever, have any intention or desire to deceive our audiences into thinking that our films are in any way related to Warren Miller Entertainment, or further, that we are trying to capitalize on the brand and image created and purveyed by Warren Miller Entertainment. To the contrary, we have always gone out of our way to promote the Level 1 brand and our films, as entirely unique within the skiing community.

Its disappointing that Warren Miller Entertainment would seek to put a stop to something that in all reality should serve to increase the reach and scope of the Warren Miller name, and in turn, the value of their own brand and films.

We’re very pleased by the Judge’s denial of Warren Miller Entertainment’s Motion for Temporary Restraining Order.” – Level 1

“On September 21, 2009, Warren Miller Entertainment (WME) filed a lawsuit against Level 1 Productions seeking to stop Level 1’s intentional misuse of WME’s registered trademarks to promote its latest film release.

Beginning with the pioneering work of ski and film icon Warren Miller, and for the last 20 years under WME’s stewardship, WME has invested significant resources in the development and preservation of the Warren Miller brand. The careful and creative use of that brand, and the annual Warren Miller ski films that form the centerpiece of WME’s business, have played an integral role in establishing and defining the ski film industry. Under the trademark laws, but even more critically under a common sense of fairness, WME believes it imperative to retain control of the use of the Warren Miller brand.

WME will continue its longstanding support of the ski film industry and its affinity with the community of outdoor enthusiasts, and assures its fans and followers that the regrettably necessary legal steps taken will not adversely affect WME’s support of, and collaboration with, independent film companies and filmmakers.” – WME

September 25, 2009

Warren Miller, the person, and his personal company, Warren Miller Company, put himself in the mix as a “third party intervenor.”

The basis of Miller’s intervention is that the lawsuit is misdirected. He argues that it is not a case of copyright infringement between WME and Level 1, but a contractual case between WME and Miller, which, according to Miller, has no merit.

The court document that Warren Miller has filed, which attempts to inject himself as a third party intervenor, states:

WME “seeks to mislead this Court in order to obtain improper injunctive relief against” Level 1. It continues, “This is not a case about trademark infringement by Level 1. Rather, this is a case about… Warren Miller’s right to fairly use his name, voice and likeness as he chooses, including as a continuing contributor in ski films such as Level 1’s Refresh.”

It then goes on to say that the noncompete between WME and Miller expired in 1999, and thus he is free to do as he pleases, which is “exactly what Warren Miller did in authorizing Level 1 to use his name, voice and likeness…,” according to his filing.

WME has not yet responded to the filing.

September 29, 2009

A court hearing was held on September 29 for planning purposes. Judge Agruello has set October 22 as the date that WME will argue its case.

According to the Aspen Daily News, the judge has asked WME to prove:

  1. That there is actually public confusion about who released Refresh, WME or Level 1.
  2. That Warren Miller was wrong in lending his name and voice to the movie Refresh.
  3. Why this is the first time WME has filed suit, even though Warren Miller has used his name in other public settings, such as commercials and ski films.

WME is also arguing that Warren Miller, the person, should not be granted status in the suit. WME must respond this week, and the judge will make a ruling on Monday (October 5).

We asked Warren Miller today why he decided to involve himself in the case. Here is his response:

“I consider Josh my friend and I have been very impressed with his efforts as a film maker, and more so as a human being. He is a very nice young man, and I was honored to oblige his request to participate in Refresh. I have been invigorated by working with his group, whose passion for skiing matches my own.

WME made clear to me long ago that they did not want me involved in their films – so I’ve essentially cut all of my ties to them. I have a legal and moral right to freely use my name, voice, and likeness as I choose. By suing Josh, I feel that WME is challenging my rights as a person and public figure. I will not stand by and let a young, talented artist like Josh get shoved around by a group that, in my opinion, has no genuine regard for the fans.”—Warren Miller

Sunday, September 20, 2009

A Reflection: Living On A Dream

As many of you who follow this blog know, Shane McConkey died last March ski BASE jumping in Italy. His death truly impacted me to my foundation, as he was my hero, role model, and friend. Well, the October issue of Freeskier magazine just came in the mail, and the entire issue was dedicated as a memorial to McConkey. Looking through the pages and reading how he touched so many peoples lives, I couldn't help myself but begin to weep in the middle of my bedroom. Upon reflection, the reason so many of us were touched by McConkey wasen't because he was a fantastic skier, but because he had the spirit to follow his dream. With his "fuck yeah" attitude and relentless pursuit of pro skier stardom, McConkey provided a strong contrast to too much of todays population, who are seemingly too scared to leave the safe norms present in their own daily lives. So this holiday season I plead with you to donate to Pacific Coast Cycle For A Cause. The fund is an organized bike ride from Seattle to San Diego beginning on October 3rd. The bike ride was organized by variouse figures in the ski industry to help raise funds for McConkey's family along with Riley Poor (ski movie director who became paralyzed from the waist down after injuring his spinal chord last January), and Billy Poole (a pro skier who was killed in the back-country in 2007). The impact these individuals have had on me and my own personal growth is too great for words. I will remember their lives, lessons, and most importantly their spirits, for the rest of my life. Now as I being this reflection to a close, all I have to say is: "You have one life, go follow your fucking dream."

Here is some information

Shane McConkey -

Riley Poor -

Billy Poole -

Please donate this holiday season. These men fell chasing their dreams, please help them out. Here is the link if you want to donate to the McConkey family directly

A Breif Hiatus

As you can tell from the slim updates over the past few weeks I have been really busy. From school, college apps, and waterpolo, I just havent had a lot of time. So this blog will see a little bit of a hiatus from now until the end of the year. That doesnt mean there wont be any updates, it just means they will be shorter and a lot less frequent.

PS: Music Update: Check out Murder By Death, Colin Hay, and The Swell Season
TV Update: Mad Men is so good right now.
Photo Update: Going on a photo session next weekend, expect a new album up within 2 weeks.
Water Polo Update: We are going to make a strong push for CCS.
Game Update: Just finished Psychonauts, now I cant wait for Brutal Legend. I love Tim Schafer.
College Update: Applying to College is hard.

See you guys soon!


This promotes tourisem? Kinda?

Poor Chicken...

Check out this video, its really funny. Note: Look at the female resporters face after the chicken comment.

Colin Hay

Run dont walk to your nearest music store and purchase the man@work album from Colin Hay. It is really great, I have been listening to it all weekend.

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Magazine Drive...

Last week marked the start of the annual SI Magazine Drive, if you are unfamiliar with a magazine drive, the point is to get your family and friends to buy magazine off of you in order to support the school. However, their is one fatal flaw with this program. MAGAZINES ARE A DYING BREED! I am personally a fan of print media, but in todays modern world more and more people are consuming their information online for no cost. Now the magazine guy tries to intice you to sell magazines with promises of cash money prizes and a ton of candy, but that is not enough justification for most parents to drop money on magazine supscription. Also, my school doesnt seem to have got the message that magazines are failing because the quota for each student is to sell 6 magazine subscription. 6 is a lot! One last think in this tyraid of hatred the magazine guy is a total creep.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Sometimes a Hero doesn't have a choice in how they fall.

This is a video of Kurt Cobain as represented in the newly released Guitar Hero 5. This is the saddest thing I have seen in a long while. All I have to say is go support Harmonix and Rockband, because this video just shows a lack of respect on the part of Neversoft and Activision.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009


It is the 2nd day of school and I am already constanly exhausted. Dam you class, homework, waterpolo, mourning practise, and other hobbies. I hope this improves.

Sunday, August 30, 2009

R.I.P Oasis

I just learned that Oasis has broken up. I know this was a long time coming, but it is still sad to see a great band seperate.

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Pearl Jam!

If you read the last post you know that I went to Outside Lands last night, and I have to say that Pearl Jam was one of the best shows that I have ever seen. Here is a photo that perfectly sums up the night.

Outside Lands!

Last night I went to the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival in San Francisco. I saw Pearl Jam, Incubus, Silversun Pickups, Tom Jones, and all of them were incredible. If you aren't familiar with Outside Lands, it is a 3 day music festival that happens in San Francisco every August, as a end of summer party. It is an amazing time, and if you have the opportunity you should definetly go. Here is the schedule for this years events.

Lands EndPolo Field
Autolux1:00 PM - 1:45 PM
Built To Spill2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Silversun Pickups4:15 PM - 5:15 PM
Incubus6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Pearl Jam7:50 PM - 9:50 PM
The Barbary hosted by the Vau de Vire SocietyPolo Field
Rosin Coven12:40 PM - 1:20 PM
Sherry Sirof / Brent Weinbach / Kevin Camia1:40 PM - 2:25 PM
Loop!Station2:45 PM - 3:25 PM
Gooferman / Fou Fou Ha3:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Reggie Watts / Jacob Sirof3:45 PM - 4:30 PM
Eric McFadden Trio4:50 PM - 5:30 PM
Gooferman / Fou Fou Ha5:30 PM - 5:55 PM
Vau de Vire & Madd Vibe Orchestra5:55 PM - 6:35 PM
Yard Dogs Road Show7:00 PM - 7:50 PM
Twin PeaksSpeedway Meadow
West Indian Girl1:00 PM - 1:45 PM
Zap Mama2:30 PM - 3:20 PM
Midnite4:05 PM - 5:05 PM
Q-Tip5:50 PM - 6:50 PM
Thievery Corporation7:40 PM - 9:00 PM
Panhandle SolarSpeedway Meadow
SambaDá1:45 PM - 2:25 PM
Zee Avi3:20 PM - 4:00 PM
Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears5:05 PM - 5:45 PM
Kinky6:50 PM - 7:35 PM
SutroLindley Meadow
Akron/Family1:45 PM - 2:30 PM
The Dodos3:20 PM - 4:10 PM
The National5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Tom Jones6:50 PM - 7:50 PM
PresidioLindley Meadow
The Duke Spirit1:00 PM - 1:40 PM
Los Campesinos!2:30 PM - 3:15 PM
Blind Pilot4:10 PM - 4:55 PM
Tea Leaf Green6:00 PM - 6:45 PM
The Experience Created by HeinekenPolo Field
Daneekah1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Kris P2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Adrian & Mysterious D3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
DJ Zeph4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Motion Potion6:00 PM - 7:45 PM
Lands EndPolo Field
Zion I12:30 PM - 1:20 PM
Raphael Saadiq2:05 PM - 3:05 PM
Jason Mraz3:50 PM - 4:50 PM
Black Eyed Peas5:40 PM - 6:40 PM
Dave Matthews Band7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
The Barbary hosted by the Vau de Vire SocietyPolo Field
Loop!Station12:00 PM - 12:40 PM
Reggie Watts / Jacob Sirof1:00 PM - 1:45 PM
Gooferman / Fou Fou Ha1:45 PM - 2:05 PM
Eric McFadden Trio2:05 PM - 2:45 PM
Sherry Sirof / Brent Weinbach / Kevin Camia3:05 PM - 3:50 PM
Rosin Coven4:10 PM - 4:50 PM
Gooferman / Fou Fou Ha4:50 PM - 5:15 PM
Yard Dogs Road Show5:15 PM - 6:05 PM
Vau de Vire Society6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Twin PeaksSpeedway Meadow
The Dirtbombs12:45 PM - 1:35 PM
Street Sweeper Social Club2:20 PM - 3:10 PM
Mastodon3:55 PM - 4:55 PM
TV on the Radio5:40 PM - 6:40 PM
The Mars Volta7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Panhandle SolarSpeedway Meadow
Infantree12:00 PM - 12:40 PM
Extra Golden1:35 PM - 2:15 PM
Portugal. The Man3:10 PM - 3:50 PM
Bat for Lashes4:55 PM - 5:35 PM
Deerhunter6:40 PM - 7:25 PM
SutroLindley Meadow
Albino!12:00 PM - 12:45 PM
Nortec Collective Presents: Bostich & Fussible1:30 PM - 2:20 PM
Dengue Fever3:10 PM - 4:00 PM
Os Mutantes4:50 PM - 5:50 PM
Conor Oberst & The Mystic Valley Band6:40 PM - 7:40 PM
PresidioLindley Meadow
Ryan Bingham12:45 PM - 1:25 PM
Groundation2:20 PM - 3:05 PM
Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue4:00 PM - 4:45 PM
JJ Grey & Mofro5:50 PM - 6:35 PM
The Experience Created by HeinekenPolo Field
U9Lift12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Kris P2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Mozaic3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Isaiah Martin feat. Mark D'Antonio & Dustin Hengle4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Miguel Migs6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Lands EndPolo Field
Bettye LaVette12:50 PM - 1:50 PM
Robert Randolph & the Family Band2:35 PM - 3:35 PM
Modest Mouse4:20 PM - 5:20 PM
M.I.A.6:05 PM - 7:05 PM
Tenacious D7:50 PM - 9:20 PM
The Barbary hosted by the Vau de Vire SocietyPolo Field
Eric McFadden Trio12:30 PM - 1:10 PM
Sherry Sirof / Brent Weinbach / Kevin Camia1:30 PM - 2:15 PM
Gooferman / Fou Fou Ha2:15 PM - 2:35 PM
Rosin Coven2:35 PM - 3:15 PM
Reggie Watts / Jacob Sirof3:35 PM - 4:20 PM
Loop!Station4:40 PM - 5:20 PM
Gooferman / Fou Fou Ha5:20 PM - 5:45 PM
Vau de Vire & Madd Vibe Orchestra5:45 PM - 6:25 PM
Yard Dogs Road Show6:50 PM - 7:50 PM
Twin PeaksSpeedway Meadow
Cage the Elephant12:45 PM - 1:30 PM
Atmosphere2:15 PM - 3:05 PM
The Dead Weather3:50 PM - 4:50 PM
Ween5:35 PM - 7:35 PM
Panhandle SolarSpeedway Meadow
Big Light12:00 PM - 12:40 PM
The Morning Benders1:30 PM - 2:10 PM
Matt & Kim3:05 PM - 3:45 PM
Heartless Bastards4:50 PM - 5:30 PM
SutroLindley Meadow
Darondo with Nino Moschella12:00 PM - 12:40 PM
Lenka1:25 PM - 2:10 PM
The Avett Brothers2:55 PM - 3:55 PM
Lucinda Williams4:45 PM - 5:45 PM
Band of Horses6:40 PM - 7:40 PM
PresidioLindley Meadow
Other Lives12:40 PM - 1:20 PM
John Vanderslice2:10 PM - 2:50 PM
Calexico3:55 PM - 4:40 PM
Brett Dennen5:45 PM - 6:35 PM
The Experience Created by HeinekenPolo Field
Vin Sol12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Dirty Rotten1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
D-Sharp3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Amp Live4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Mancub6:00 PM - 7:45 PM