By Joseph Sutton-Holcomb
In retrospect, last year’s Sasquatch was a seminal event.
The enthusiasm generated for the festival in 2013 — tickets sold out in 90 minutes — allowed the festival to sprawl over two weekends this time around. That Coachella-esque expansion has accelerated some of the trends that have slowly changed the face of this beast over the last several years.
With the induction of the two-weekend schedule, one thing is clear: Sasquatch has lumbered out of the misty forests of neofolk and obscure indie rock, and into the sunny, solo-cup strewn field of EDM and party pop.More