Ben Holland

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  1. I think it's looking very likely. And i still don't have a ticket. Arghhh. Although i have got tickets to see them in November in my home town of Manchester so at least there's that. Wasn't that bothered about missing glasto this yr but with Radiohead n foos already confirmed and quite a few SR's from other acts I like, I'm starting to get very down. I hate how the one year you don't get a ticket they bring out Radiohead and God himself, Dave Grohl. If Jamiroquai end up playing west holts Sunday and i don't get resale ticket, I'm going to be on a serious downer for sure.
  2. Jamiroquai are playing London 02 on Friday n Saturday. It's Sunday or nothing now for them.
  3. Stupid question time: If you have a standard ticket, can you till go to the campervan field? For example to meet up with friends who do have campervan? I've been to Glasto 5 times and never been to that field as I always just take a tent and camp on Bushy field site.
  4. Friday: The Smiths Saturday: Bob Marley & The Wailers Sunday: Coldplay (just kidding) Sunday: Led Zeppelin
  5. I'm really pissed off Im not going this year. Been countless times and was there last year too. They had to get Radiohead and Foos didn't they? Foos are my fav band. Seen them over 20 times and would kill to see them on the greatest stage of all. Parachuting in hasn't been ruled out at this point.
  6. Hahahahaha
  7. Roses wont do it. Bbc and Ian brown doesn't work. It will be abysmal for the tv audience. And I'm from Manchester and love the roses. Radiohead, Sheeran & The Killers is my guess.
  8. Definitely highlight of whole week for me. Got there just after pj finished so we were only 10 or so metres away from stage and bang on in centre. All my friends made me a bit teary eyed after I had danced like a balloon. Loved every second of it.
  9. Some advice needed people. Not my first time at Glasto by any means but I'm starting to dread Gate D bedlam on the Wed morning. Every year we just queue and its always unbearable. And the hill is a bastard. We're aiming for a 6am arrival at the car park and planning on staying in Bushy Ground as per usual. Is Gate A the one that's already flooded?
  10. didn't he say publically he n jazzy Jeff were playing a few shows this summer few months ago? Sure I read it. Gone quiet though. will smith would be worth seeing. Novelty factor alone.
  11. WH for me. Cant wait for this one.
  12. It isn't the strongest line up by any stretch but its Glastonbury so if the weather behaves it will still be a magical week. It always is. Only 4/5 must sees for me but that's not a bad thing.
  13. Just got mine. Wooooooooo.
  14. Hahahaha I didn't mean I wake up at 5. I meant I don't really go see anything earlier unless it's simply unmissable which most of the time it isn't. Big group of us who go every year so we usually spend 12-4/5 ish getting pissed outside our tents and soaking up some sun and having some laughs before heading out late afternoon for the rest of the day. Done glasto loads of different ways but that's definitely my favourite. First two times I went I planned something from 12 - 12 every day and by midnight I was exhausted. Plus Glasto post midnight is my favourite part of festival anyway.
  15. Nah....been there and done that. It's tiring and becomes almost a checklist exercise. I prefer to have 3/4 "must see's" a day maximum and then just go with flow. Two nights at SE corner and 1 at Arcadia (usually the Sunday)