• April 21—Good Charlotte (Less Than Jake, New Found Glory) (lolz, they were my friend’s favorite band and we went for her birthday)


  • August 4—Coldplay (Black Mountain)
  • August 26—The Rolling Stones (Maroon 5)
  • September 9—Green Day (Jimmy Eat World)
  • October 4—Paul McCartney (No opener)
  • December 7—U2 (Institute)


  • April 4—Coldplay (Richard Ashcroft)
  • September 1—Bob Dylan (No memory of any opener, but there probably was one)
  • October 9—The Strokes (South)
  • November 8—Death Cab For Cutie (Ted Leo + The Pharmacists)
  • November 28—The Who (The Pretenders)


  • June 27—Coldplay {On The Today Show}
  • June 27—Pearl Jam (Ted Leo + The Pharmacists) {Two shows in one day}
  • August 13—Radiohead (Grizzly Bear)
  • October 26—Coldplay (Duffy)
  • November 1—Coldplay (Duffy)


  • May 23—Coldplay (Howling Bells, Pete Yorn)
  • July 30—Coldplay (Elbow)
  • September 19—Coldplay (White Lies, Girls Aloud, Jay-Z)
  • October 28—Phoenix (Chairlift)
  • November 24—Snow Patrol (No opener)


  • May 26—Jónsi (The opener never said who the hell they were)
  • September 16—Vampire Weekend (Dum Dum Girls, Beach House)
  • November 25—Coldplay Christmas Lights video shoot {TOTALLY does not count as a gig, but it’s as important as one}
  • December 8—Coldplay shooting of Christmas Day Top Of The Pops {Also not a gig}
  • December 19—Coldplay (The Choir With No Name)


  • April 15-17—COACHELLA MUSIC AND ARTS FESTIVAL (!!!, Tame Impala, Warpaint, The Drums, Interpol, The Black Keys, Kings Of Leon, The Joy Formidable, Freelance Whales, Foals, Two Door Cinema Club, Broken Social Scene, The Kills, Mumford & Sons, Animal Collective, Arcade Fire, Jack’s Mannequin, Whiz Khalifa, Nas & Damien Marley, Death From Above 1979, Duran Duran, The Strokes, Kanye West)
  • May 1—SWEETLIFE FESTIVAL (Modern Man, US Royalty, Walk The Moon, Theophilius London, Ra Ra Riot, Cold War Kids, Crystal Castles, Lupe Fiasco, Girl Talk, The Strokes)
  • June 26—The National (A Swear And A Shake)
  • July 10 & 12—OXEGEN FESTIVAL (Glenn Call, The Plea, Original Rude Boys, House Of Pain, The Saw Doctors, Tinie Tempah, The Strokes, Black Eyed Peas, The Rubberbandits, Ryan Sheridan, Ke$ha, Manic Street Preachers, Slash, Beyoncé, Coldplay)
  • August 2—Death Cab For Cutie (Frightened Rabbit)
  • {CANCELLED} August 13--Kings of Leon (Band of Horses)
  • {CANCELLED} September 30--The Vaccines
  • October 21--Coldplay {on the Today Show}
  • October 27--Coldplay (Zane Lowe)
  • December 16--The National (Wye Oak)


  • January 9--Snow Patrol (no opener, Live On Letterman)
  • March 4--Mumford & Sons and Coldplay
  • March 12--Arctic Monkeys and The Black Keys
  • March 20--The Shins (no opener, Live On Letterman)
  • April 13--Snow Patrol (Ed Sheeran)
  • April 23--The Vaccines (The Drowners, Porcelain Raft)
  • April 27--Death Cab For Cutie + Magik Magik Orchestra (Youth Lagoon)
  • June 1--Coldplay (Ash, Marina and the Diamonds)
  • June 2--Coldplay (Rita Ora, Robyn)
  • June 4--Coldplay (Rita Ora, Robyn)
  • June 13--Radiohead (Caribou)
  • June 23--OAR (Young The Giant)
  • July 31--Sigur Rós (Perfume Genius)
  • August 3--Coldplay (Marina and the Diamonds, Emeli Sande)
  • September 10--The Vaccines (Ryan Jarman)
  • October 8--Frightened Rabbit (Flashlights)
  • December 29--Coldplay (Naturally 7)
  • December 31--Coldplay


  • January 1--Jay-Z
  • January 29--The Vaccines (San Cisco)
  • January 31--The Vaccines (DIIV, San Cisco)
  • February 2--The Vaccines (San Cisco)
  • February 6--Mumford and Sons (Ben Howard, The Felice Brothers)
  • March 25--Sigur Rós
  • April 4--Frightened Rabbit (Winter Sleep)
  • April 28--Vampire Weekend
  • June 5--The National (Youth Lagoon)
  • June 7-9--GOVERNORS BALL MUSIC FESTIVAL (Kings of Leon, Kanye West, Japandroids, Beirut, The Vaccines, Dinosaur Jr., Deerhunter)
  • August 2--The Vaccines
  • August 22--Albert Hammond Jr, Paul Banks
  • September 20--Vampire Weekend (Sky Ferreria, Solange)
  • October 2--Phoenix and The Vaccines
  • October 24--Frightened Rabbit (Augustines)
  • October 25--Pearl Jam
  • November 4--Albert Hammond Jr.
  • November 5--Albert Hammond Jr.


  • January 21--The Black Keys (Albert Hammond Jr.)
  • February 14--Kings Of Leon (Gary Clark Jr.)
  • March 18--Arcade Fire
  • May 22--Death Cab For Cutie
  • May 31--The Strokes (Cerebral Ballzy)
  • June 6-8--GOVERNORS BALL MUSIC FESTIVAL (The Strokes, Jack White, Julian Casablancas + The Voidz, TV On The Radio, Janelle Monae, Phoenix, Vampire Weekend, Foster The People, Bleachers, Frank Turner)
  • June 13--Albert Hammond Jr. (Drowners)
  • August 7--Kings Of Leon (Kongos)
  • November 25--Julian Casablancas + The Voidz (Dev Hynes, Shabazz Palaces)


  • June 24--Bleachers
  • September 26-27--LANDMARK MUSIC FESTIVAL (The Strokes, Drake, Alt-J, Manchester Orchestra, Albert Hammond Jr., Avers, TV On The Radio)


  • May 3--Gary Clark Jr. (Albert Hammond Jr.)
  • May 31--The Strokes (Rey Pila)
  • June 3-5--GOVERNORS BALL MUSIC FESTIVAL (The Strokes, Albert Hammond Jr., Of Monsters and Men, Elle King, Christine and the Queens, Haim, The Killers, The London Souls)
  • June 5--Albert Hammond Jr. (Public Access TV)
  • July 16--Coldplay (Alessia Cara)
  • August 20--CRX (The Gloomies)
  • August 24--CRX (Hideout)
  • October 5--Sigur Rós
  • November 18--CRX (The Gloomies, Streets Of Laredo)


  • January 17--CRX
  • January 20--Kings of Leon
  • June 17--Sigur Rós
  • August 1--Coldplay
oct 24 2011 ∞
dec 17 2016 +