Originally Posted by detuned
save for the handful of electronic acts, i think the 2013 lineup was a bit more in line with what metallica fans would probably want to see (lets be honest, at this point the average metallica fan is probably more general rock than metal). probably could be argued that the location, lack of bigger names, and metallica not headlining the second night were just as much a detriment as the perceived appeal or lack thereof of the lineup.
Like I said look at RotR, one day last year had Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, Bush, Ghost, Lamb of God, Device, In This Moment, Sevendust, Steel Panther, etc.
Some variety, but enough appeal to draw a large crowd