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Fuji Rock Festival
Location(s) Naeba, Japan
Years active 1997 - present
Date(s) last weekend of July (3 days)
Genre Rock
Website Official site

Fuji Rock Festival is an annual rock festival held in Naeba Ski Resort, in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. The 3 day event, organized by Smash Japan, features more than 200 Japanese and international musicians making it the largest outdoor music event in Japan. In 2005, more than 100,000 people attended the festival.

Fuji Rock Festival is named so because the first event, in 1997, was held on the footslopes of Mount Fuji. Its current home in Naeba is nowhere near Mt Fuji.

Contents

The festival

Since 1999, the festival has been taking place in Naeba, a ski resort in winter. The location is stunning, set amidst forested mountains. The festival's stated aim is to be "The cleanest festival in the world", and the cleanliness of the site and facilities, as well as the effort put into recycling, is often commented on.

There are seven main stages and other minor stages scattered throughout the site. The Green stage is the main stage and it has a capacity for almost 50,000 spectators. Other stages include the White Stage, the Red Marquee, Orange Court, and Field of Heaven. The walks between some of the stages can be long, and some of the trails can be hilly, but the walks are beautiful, often taking you through forests and over sparkling streams. Dragondola - the longest gondola lift in the world, carries festival goers up to the top of the mountain overlooking the festival site.

The hub of the site is called Oasis where more than 30 food stalls from around the world gather. The main site closes each night after the final act, but Oasis continues to stay open until late at night, as well as the Red Marquee where an all-night rave continues until 5am. The site re-opens at 9am.

The night before the festival (Thursday night) features an opening party which is free entry, featuring bon-odori (traditional Japanese folk dance), prize draws, food stalls and a fireworks display.

Accommodation

Although Naeba, being a ski resort, offers a number of accommodation options such as hotels, ryokan and minshuku within walking distance of the festival site, competition for these is fierce and they tend to book out very quickly. Many festival goers find accommodation in nearby ski resorts such as Tashiro, Asagai and Mitsumata - the free shuttle bus linking JR Echigo-Yuzawa Station (in the town of Yuzawa) to the festival site can be used for these areas which are en route. Some even find accommodation in the numerous options available in Yuzawa itself. The shuttle bus takes between 40 minutes to an hour each way and runs until 2am each night.

Alternatively, there is a campsite on a golf course next to the festival site which costs 2000 yen for the weekend, complete with toilets, showers and food stalls. About 17,000 festival goers choose to spend their nights here every year. The campsite is hilly in many places and flat spots are taken quickly, however, the manicured putting greens, which are the flattest areas are generally out of bounds to campers.

In previous years many took the option of sleeping rough - a relatively common practise amongst young Japanese during the warmer months thanks to a low crime rate - in the vicinity of the site and Echigo-Yuzawa Station, however this is now prohibited.

Access

The festival is a free 40-60 minute shuttle bus ride from JR Echigo-Yuzawa Station in the town of Yuzawa, on the Joetsu Shinkansen (bullet train) line which link it to Tokyo station in about 1.5 hours. JR Shinkansen ticket, Tokyo to Echigo-Yuzawa is 6,490 Yen one way (for a reserved seat). Car parking also available for 3,000 Yen per day at the festival site area.[1]

History

The Green Stage
Campsite at Fuji Rock
Field of Heaven

The first year of the festival, held on Tenjinyama Ski Resort near Mt Fuji (and hence the name), was a disaster. It was scheduled to be a two-day event, but by sheer bad luck the first day of the event was struck by a typhoon. The Red Hot Chili Peppers' headline set, played through a storm despite Anthony Kiedis having a broken arm, is almost legendary amongst Fuji Rock veterans. The festival-goers were poorly prepared for the heavy rain and strong winds, and many needed medical attention from hypothermia (although no deaths occurred). The organisers decided to cancel the second day of the event (which turned out to be sunny), and thus ended Japan's first outdoor rock festival. The organizers were criticized for being poorly prepared for bad weather, and for not organising enough buses to link the site to the nearest train station.[2]

The second year, the festival moved to a temporary location in Toyosu, on Tokyo's waterfront. Although the event was a success, many found the searing heat of mid-summer Tokyo too much to bear, and it was decided that the next event was to return to the relative coolness of the mountains.

It was in 1999 the festival found its home in Naeba, Niigata prefecture. Naeba is not anywhere close to Mt. Fuji, however, the festival still retains its original name. After the horrific first year, the organizers have been running the festival smoothly up until present.

2009

The festival returns in 2009, from Friday, July 24.

Friday on the Green Stage: Oasis, Paul Weller, Patti Smith, Lily Allen, Doves, White Lies, and Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra.

Saturday on the Green Stage: Franz Ferdinand, Kiyoshiro Imawano Special Message Orchestra (an all-star tribute to Kiyoshiro), Ben Harper and Relentless7, Jet, UA, Seun Kuti & Egypt 80, and The Birthday.

Sunday on the Green Stage: Weezer, Fall Out Boy, Brahman, Jimmy Eat World, Kenichi Asai, Street Sweeper Social Club, Cobra Starship, and Basement Jaxx.

2008

In 2008, the festival ran from Friday, July 25 through until Sunday, July 27.

Artists included Adrian Sherwood, Asian Dub Foundation, Bettye Lavette, Bill Laswell presents Method of Defiance, Bloc Party, Bootsy Collins Tribute to the Godfather of Soul, The Breeders, The Courteeners, The Cribs, The Cro-Magnons, CSS, Dan le sac vs Scroobius Pip, The Death Set, Denki Groove, Doberman, Ellegarden, Erol Alkan, Feeder, Flower Travellin' Band, Foals, The Futureheads, The Go! Team, Gogol Bordello, Gossip, Grandmaster Flash, Hard-Fi, Ian Brown, Jamie Lidell, Jason Mraz, Kasabian, Kate Nash, Lee Scratch Perry, My Bloody Valentine, Mystery Jets, Ozomatli, The Presidents of the United States of America, Primal Scream, Princess Superstar, Quruli, Richie Hawtin, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Ryukyudisko, Seasick Steve, Sparks, Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, Travis, Tricky, Underworld, The Vines, The Whigs, White Lies, Yura Yura Teikoku, The Zutons, Uri Nakayama and many more.

2007

The 2007 festival ran from Friday, July 27 through Sunday, July 29.

Some of the bands that played in 2007 were Ash, The Ataris, Battles, Beastie Boys, The Bird and the Bee, Blonde Redhead, !!!, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, The Chemical Brothers, The Cure, Feist, Fountains of Wayne, Friction, G. Love & Special Sauce, Gov't Mule, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Groove Armada, Iggy Pop & The Stooges, Jarvis Cocker,The John Butler Trio, Jonathan Richman, Joss Stone, Juliette and the Licks, Justice, Kaiser Chiefs, Kemuri, Kings of Leon, Kula Shaker, Less Than Jake, Mika, Money Mark, Muse, Ocean Colour Scene, The Omar Rodriguez-Lopez Group, Peter Bjorn and John, Ratatat, The Shins, Simian Mobile Disco, Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra, and Yo La Tengo. Ticket prices for the 2007 festival remained unchanged from the 2006 event.

2006

The 2006 festival ran from Friday, July 28 until Sunday, July 30 (actually Monday morning).

International artists booked for the 2006 festival included Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Strokes, Franz Ferdinand, Happy Mondays, Jet, The Raconteurs, Sonic Youth, Wolfmother, Snow Patrol, The Hives, Dirty Pretty Things, KT Tunstall, Jason Mraz, The Cooper Temple Clause, Madness, Mogwai, Scissor Sisters, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Super Furry Animals, Gnarls Barkley, The Zutons, Flogging Molly, The String Cheese Incident, Donavon Frankenreiter, Tommy Guerrero, Roger Joseph Manning, Jr., The Cribs, Kula Shaker, 2manydjs, Junior Senior, Tristan Prettyman, Broken Social Scene, The Automatic, Killing Joke, Haruomi Hosono, Denki Groove, Asian Kung-Fu Generation and many more. Tickets; early bird advanced tickets were available for ¥32,000. It was possible to buy a 1-day ticket. The cost was ¥16,800, however, only 10,000 1-day tickets were sold each day. There is an on-site campsite, which costs ¥2,500 per person. Parking is available at a cost of ¥2,000/day, but you must have a minimum of two people travelling by car.

2005

The 2005 festival ran from the weekend of July 29-July 31, 2005. Headliners on the Green stage include Foo Fighters, and Coldplay on Friday, Fatboy Slim and Beck on Saturday, and New Order and Primal Scream on Sunday. Other artists to perform in 2005 were The Beach Boys, Asian Dub Foundation, Charlotte Hatherley, Kaiser Chiefs, The Music, Cake, The Pogues, Röyksopp, Mylo, Night Snipers, Simple Plan, The Longcut, Laurent Garnier, Prefuse 73, Moby, Lisa Loeb, The Beautiful Girls, Eddi Reader, Maxïmo Park, Los Lobos, Dinosaur Jr., Gang of Four, Juliette and the Licks, Mercury Rev, Bill Laswell, United State of Electronica, Ryan Adams and The Cardinals, My Morning Jacket, Sigur Rós, The Mars Volta, The Go! Team, Doves, The Coral, Soulive, The John Butler Trio, The Magic Numbers, Athlete and many more.

2004

Dancing with Santos in the Red Marquee

The Chemical Brothers, Franz Ferdinand, Jamie Cullum, Jet, Lou Reed, The Stills, The Streets, Ben Kweller, Santos, Sikth, Pixies, Courtney Love, The Killers, Dizzie Rascal, PJ Harvey, Primus, The White Stripes, Haven, Basement Jaxx, The Blind Boys of Alabama, The X-Ecutioners, Ozomatli, The Zutons, Snow Patrol, Jimmy Eat World, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Jack Johnson, Donavon Frankenreiter, Belle & Sebastian, The Charlatans, Cosmic Rough Riders, Graham Coxon, !!!, Keller Williams, múm, Simple Kid, Ash, Keane, moe., The Libertines, Asian Kung-Fu Generation, Hifana and many more.

2003

Björk on the main stage at Fuji - Year 2003

Asian Dub Foundation - Anthrax - Björk - Coldplay - Elvis Costello - Evanescence - Iggy Pop - Massive Attack - Mogwai - Primal Scream - Underworld - Yo La Tengo - Macy Gray - The Music - The Libertines - Sugar Ray - Ben Harper - Sly and Robbie with Michael Rose - Danko Jones - Death in Vegas - Prefuse 73 - G. Love & Special Sauce - Dirty Dozen Brass Band - Steve Winwood - John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers - Vincent Gallo - The Orb - Lemon Jelly - The Jeevas and many more.

2002

The Chemical Brothers - Ian Brown - Pet Shop Boys - The Prodigy - Red Hot Chili Peppers - Sonic Youth - Muse - The Music - Midtown - The Get Up Kids - Cornelius - The Cooper Temple Clause - Jane's Addiction - Alec Empire - The Jeevas - George Clinton - The Skatalites - Manu Chao - Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Television - Patti Smith - The White Stripes - Trik Turner - The Cinematic Orchestra - DJ Shadow - X-Press 2 - Queens of the Stone Age - Spiritualized - The String Cheese Incident - Doves - Supercar and many more.

2001

Asian Dub Foundation - Alanis Morissette - Alec Empire - Eminem - Manic Street Preachers - Neil Young & Crazy Horse - New Order - Oasis - System of a Down - Squarepusher - Boredoms - The Cooper Temple Clause - Tool - Feeder - Stereo MCs - Echo & the Bunnymen - Stereophonics - Travis - Patti Smith - Juno Reactor - Brian Eno - Coldcut - Mos Def - Unkle - Mogwai - Xzibit and many more.

2000

Asian Dub Foundation - Blankey Jet City - The Chemical Brothers - Ian Brown - Primal Scream - MDFMK - Yo La Tengo - Foo Fighters - Elliott Smith - Placebo - The Killer Barbies - Fishbone - Johnny Marr - Sonic Youth - Ozomatli - Run-D.M.C. - Mogwai - Super Furry Animals - Moby - Stereolab - Leftfield - Gomez - G. Love & Special Sauce - Elastica and many more.

1999

Todos Tus Muertos - Rage Against the Machine - ZZ Top - Blur - Underworld - Phish - The Black Crowes - The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - The Chemical Brothers - Limp Bizkit - Ray Davies - Ash - Ocean Colour Scene - Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros - Femi Kuti - Tricky - Happy Mondays - Lee "Scratch" Perry - Mishka - Fountains of Wayne and many more.

1998

Björk - Asian Dub Foundation - Beck - Ian Brown - Iggy Pop - Primal Scream - The Prodigy - Ben Folds Five - Korn - Garbage - Elvis Costello - Blankey Jet City - THEE MICHELLE GUN ELEPHANT - Sonic Youth - Goldie - Tomoyasu Hotei - Shonen Knife and more.

1997

Beck - Green Day - Foo Fighters - The Prodigy - Rage Against the Machine - Red Hot Chili Peppers - Southern Culture on the Skids - The High-Lows - The Yellow Monkey - Summercamp and more.

References

  1. ^ Travel Japan Guide - The Fuji Rock Festival 2008
  2. ^ Blog of music writer Dai Onojima (a transcript from his article on Music Magazine Sept., 1997 Issue (Japanese)

External links


Fuji Rock Festival
Location(s) Naeba, Japan
Years active 1997 - present
Date(s) last weekend of July (3 days)
Genre Rock
Website Official site
Fuji Rock Festival is an annual rock festival held in Naeba Ski Resort, in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. The 3 day event, organized by Smash Japan, features more than 200 Japanese and international musicians making it the largest outdoor music event in Japan. In 2005, more than 100,000 people attended the festival.

Fuji Rock Festival is named so because the first event, in 1997, was held on the footslopes of Mount Fuji. Its current home in Naeba is nowhere near Mt Fuji.

Contents

The festival

Since 1999, the festival has been taking place in Naeba, a winter ski resort. The location is stunning, set amidst forested mountains. The festival's stated aim is to be "The cleanest festival in the world", and the cleanliness of the site and facilities, as well as the effort put into recycling, is often commented on.

There are seven main stages and other minor stages scattered throughout the site. The Green stage is the main stage and it has a capacity for almost 50,000 spectators. Other stages include the White Stage, the Red Marquee, Orange Court, and Field of Heaven. The walks between some of the stages can be long, and some of the trails can be hilly, but the walks are beautiful, often taking you through forests and over sparkling streams. Dragondola - the longest gondola lift in the world, carries festival goers up to the top of the mountain overlooking the festival site.

The hub of the site is called Oasis where more than 30 food stalls from around the world gather. The main site closes each night after the final act, but Oasis continues to stay open until late at night, as well as the Red Marquee where an all-night rave continues until 5am. The site re-opens at 9am.

The night before the festival (Thursday night) features an opening party which is free entry, featuring bon-odori (traditional Japanese folk dance), prize draws, food stalls and a fireworks display.

Accommodation

Although Naeba, being a ski resort, offers a number of accommodation options such as hotels, ryokan and minshuku within walking distance of the festival site, competition for these is fierce and they tend to book out very quickly. Many festival goers find accommodation in nearby ski resorts such as Tashiro, Asagai and Mitsumata - the free shuttle bus linking JR Echigo-Yuzawa Station (in the town of Yuzawa to the festival site can be used for these areas which are en route. Some even find accommodation in the numerous options available in Yuzawa itself. The shuttle bus takes between 40 minutes to an hour each way and runs until 2am each night.

Alternatively, there is a campsite on a golf course next to the festival site which costs 2000 yen for the weekend, complete with toilets, showers and food stalls. About 17,000 festival goers choose to spend their nights here every year. The campsite is hilly in many places and flat spots are taken quickly, however, the manicured putting greens, which are the flattest areas are generally out of bounds to campers.

In previous years many took the option of sleeping rough - a relatively common practise amongst young Japanese during the warmer months thanks to a low crime rate - in the vicinity of the site and Echigo-Yuzawa Station, however this is now prohibited.

Access

The festival is a free 40-60 minute shuttle bus ride from JR Echigo-Yuzawa Station in the town of Yuzawa, on the Joetsu Shinkansen (bullet train) line which link it to Tokyo station in about 1.5 hours. JR Shinkansen ticket, Tokyo to Echigo-Yuzawa is 6,490 Yen one way (for a reserved seat). Car parking also available for 3,000 Yen per day at the festival site area.[1]

History

The first year of the festival, held on Tenjinyama Ski Resort near Mt Fuji (and hence the name), was a disaster. It was scheduled to be a two-day event, but by sheer bad luck the first day of the event was struck by a typhoon. The Red Hot Chili Peppers' headline set, played through a storm despite Anthony Kiedis having a broken arm, is almost legendary amongst Fuji Rock veterans. The festival-goers were poorly prepared for the heavy rain and strong winds, and many needed medical attention from hypothermia (although no deaths occurred). The organisers decided to cancel the second day of the event (which turned out to be sunny), and thus ended Japan's first outdoor rock festival. The organizers were criticized for being poorly prepared for bad weather, and for not organising enough buses to link the site to the nearest train station.[2]

The second year, the festival moved to a temporary location in Toyosu, on Tokyo's waterfront. Although the event was a success, many found the searing heat of mid-summer Tokyo too much to bear, and it was decided that the next event was to return to the relative coolness of the mountains.

It was in 1999 the festival found its home in Naeba, Niigata prefecture. Naeba is not anywhere close to Mt. Fuji, however, the festival still retains its original name. After the horrific first year, the organizers have been running the festival smoothly up until present.

2009

The festival returns in 2009, from Friday, July 24.

Friday on the Green Stage: Oasis, Paul Weller, Patti Smith, Lily Allen, Doves, White Lies, and Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra.

Saturday on the Green Stage: Franz Ferdinand, Kiyoshiro Imawano Special Message Orchestra (an all-star tribute to Kiyoshiro), Ben Harper and Relentless7, Jet, UA, Seun Kuti & Egypt 80, and The Birthday.

Sunday on the Green Stage: Weezer, Fall Out Boy, Brahman, Jimmy Eat World, Kenichi Asai, Street Sweeper Social Club, Cobra Starship, and Basement Jaxx.

2008

In 2008, the festival ran from Friday, July 25 through until Sunday, July 27.

Artists included Adrian Sherwood, Asian Dub Foundation, Bettye Lavette, Bill Laswell presents Method of Defiance, Bloc Party, Bootsy Collins Tribute to the Godfather of Soul, The Breeders, The Courteeners, The Cribs, The Cro-Magnons, CSS, Dan le sac vs Scroobius Pip, The Death Set, Denki Groove, Doberman, Ellegarden, Erol Alkan, Feeder, Flower Travellin' Band, Foals, The Futureheads, The Go! Team, Gogol Bordello, Gossip, Grandmaster Flash, Hard-Fi, Hocus Pocus, Ian Brown, Jamie Lidell, Jason Mraz, Kasabian, Kate Nash, Lee Scratch Perry, My Bloody Valentine, Mystery Jets, Ozomatli, The Presidents of the United States of America, Primal Scream, Princess Superstar, Quruli, Richie Hawtin, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Ryukyudisko, Seasick Steve, Sparks, Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, Travis, Tricky, Underworld, The Vines, The Whigs, White Lies, Yura Yura Teikoku, The Zutons, Uri Nakayama and many more.

2007

The 2007 festival ran from Friday, July 27 through Sunday, July 29.

Some of the bands that played in 2007 were Ash, The Ataris, Battles, Beastie Boys, The Bird and the Bee, Blonde Redhead, !!!, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, The Chemical Brothers, The Cure, Feist, Fountains of Wayne, Friction, G. Love & Special Sauce, Gov't Mule, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Groove Armada, Iggy Pop & The Stooges, Jarvis Cocker, The John Butler Trio, Jonathan Richman, Joss Stone, Juliette and the Licks, Justice, Kaiser Chiefs, Kemuri, Kings of Leon, Kula Shaker, Less Than Jake, Mika, Money Mark, Muse, Ocean Colour Scene, The Omar Rodriguez-Lopez Group, Peter Bjorn and John, Ratatat, The Shins, Simian Mobile Disco, Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra, and Yo La Tengo. Ticket prices for the 2007 festival remained unchanged from the 2006 event.

2006

The 2006 festival ran from Friday, July 28 until Sunday, July 30 (actually Monday morning).

International artists booked for the 2006 festival included Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Strokes, Franz Ferdinand, Happy Mondays, Jet, The Raconteurs, Sonic Youth, Wolfmother, Snow Patrol, The Hives, Dirty Pretty Things, KT Tunstall, Jason Mraz, The Cooper Temple Clause, Madness, Mogwai, Scissor Sisters, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Super Furry Animals, Gnarls Barkley, The Zutons, Flogging Molly, The String Cheese Incident, Donavon Frankenreiter, Tommy Guerrero, Roger Joseph Manning, Jr., The Cribs, Kula Shaker, 2manydjs, Junior Senior, Tristan Prettyman, Broken Social Scene, The Automatic, Killing Joke, Haruomi Hosono, Denki Groove, Asian Kung-Fu Generation and many more. Tickets; early bird advanced tickets were available for ¥32,000. It was possible to buy a 1-day ticket. The cost was ¥16,800, however, only 10,000 1-day tickets were sold each day. There is an on-site campsite, which costs ¥2,500 per person. Parking is available at a cost of ¥2,000/day, but you must have a minimum of two people travelling by car.

2005

The 2005 festival ran from the weekend of July 29-July 31, 2005. Headliners on the Green stage include Foo Fighters, and Coldplay on Friday, Fatboy Slim and Beck on Saturday, and New Order and Primal Scream on Sunday. Other artists to perform in 2005 were The Beach Boys, Asian Dub Foundation, Charlotte Hatherley, Kaiser Chiefs, The Music, Cake, The Pogues, Röyksopp, Mylo, Night Snipers, Simple Plan, The Longcut, Laurent Garnier, Prefuse 73, Moby, Lisa Loeb, The Beautiful Girls, Eddi Reader, Maxïmo Park, Los Lobos, Dinosaur Jr., Gang of Four, Juliette and the Licks, Mercury Rev, Bill Laswell, United State of Electronica, Ryan Adams and The Cardinals, My Morning Jacket, Sigur Rós, The Mars Volta, The Go! Team, Doves, The Coral, Soulive, The John Butler Trio, The Magic Numbers, Athlete and many more.

2004

The Chemical Brothers, Franz Ferdinand, Jamie Cullum, Jet, Lou Reed, The Stills, The Streets, Ben Kweller, Santos, Sikth, Pixies, Courtney Love, The Killers, Dizzie Rascal, PJ Harvey, Primus, The White Stripes, Haven, Basement Jaxx, The Blind Boys of Alabama, The X-Ecutioners, Ozomatli, The Zutons, Snow Patrol, Jimmy Eat World, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Jack Johnson, Donavon Frankenreiter, Belle & Sebastian, The Charlatans, Cosmic Rough Riders, Graham Coxon, !!!, Keller Williams, múm, Simple Kid, Ash, Keane, moe., The Libertines, Asian Kung-Fu Generation, Hifana and many more.

2003

Asian Dub Foundation - Anthrax - Björk - Coldplay - El Gran Silencio - Elvis Costello - Evanescence - Iggy Pop - Massive Attack - Mogwai - Primal Scream - Underworld - Yo La Tengo - Macy Gray - The Music - The Libertines - Sugar Ray - Ben Harper - Sly and Robbie with Michael Rose - Danko Jones - Death in Vegas - Prefuse 73 - G. Love & Special Sauce - Dirty Dozen Brass Band - Steve Winwood - John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers - Vincent Gallo - The Orb - Lemon Jelly - The Jeevas and many more.

2002

The Chemical Brothers - Ian Brown - Pet Shop Boys - The Prodigy - Red Hot Chili Peppers - Sonic Youth - Muse - The Music - Midtown - The Get Up Kids - Cornelius - The Cooper Temple Clause - Jane's Addiction - Alec Empire - The Jeevas - George Clinton - The Skatalites - Manu Chao - Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Television - Patti Smith - The White Stripes - Trik Turner - The Cinematic Orchestra - DJ Shadow - X-Press 2 - Queens of the Stone Age - Spiritualized - The String Cheese Incident - Doves - Supercar and many more.

2001

Asian Dub Foundation - Alanis Morissette - Alec Empire - Eminem - Manic Street Preachers - Neil Young & Crazy Horse - New Order - Oasis - System of a Down - Squarepusher - Boredoms - The Cooper Temple Clause - Tool - Feeder - Stereo MCs - Echo & the Bunnymen - Stereophonics - Travis - Patti Smith - Juno Reactor - Brian Eno - Coldcut - Mos Def - Unkle - Mogwai - Xzibit and many more.

2000

Asian Dub Foundation - Blankey Jet City - The Chemical Brothers - Ian Brown - Primal Scream - MDFMK - Yo La Tengo - Foo Fighters - Elliott Smith - Placebo - The Killer Barbies - Fishbone - Johnny Marr - Sonic Youth - Ozomatli - Rammstein - Run-D.M.C. - Mogwai - Super Furry Animals - Moby - Stereolab - Leftfield - Gomez - G. Love & Special Sauce - Elastica and many more.

1999

Todos Tus Muertos - Rage Against the Machine - ZZ Top - Blur - Underworld - Phish - The Black Crowes - The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - The Chemical Brothers - Limp Bizkit - Ray Davies - Ash - Ocean Colour Scene - Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros - Femi Kuti - Tricky - Happy Mondays - Lee "Scratch" Perry - Mishka - Fountains of Wayne and many more.

1998

Björk - Asian Dub Foundation - Beck - Ian Brown - Iggy Pop - Primal Scream - The Brian Jonestown Massacre - The Prodigy - Ben Folds Five - Korn - Garbage - Elvis Costello - Blankey Jet City - Thee Michelle Gun Elephant - Sonic Youth - Goldie - Tomoyasu Hotei - Shonen Knife and more.

1997

Beck - Green Day - Foo Fighters - The Prodigy - Rage Against the Machine - Red Hot Chili Peppers - Southern Culture on the Skids - The High-Lows - The Yellow Monkey - Summercamp and more.

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