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  1. Greetings from New York City! We are very honored to have the super special, very unique opportunity to once again be the first event ever held in a brand new facility and this time it is in a city very near and dear to our heart, Copenhagen! We will be opening the doors of the Royal Arena for the first time on February 3 and 5, 2017 and as of this time these shows are our only scheduled European appearances of ’17, until the Fall at the earliest. So if you need a Metallica fix soon hopefully you can make it to Copenhagen! As of this time suggests to me there's scope for more. Well, I normally have good hopes for RW which normally goes once they start announcing
  2. Saw them in Glasgow last year. Enjoyed Whitesnake but agree that Leppard were awful.
  3. Great news. I'll be at Aberdeen gig but I'm going to head to Glasgow night before as well. It's Maiden after all
  4. I think it makes them less likely. People will get tickets for arena tour and if they get announced in Oct as a DL headliner it could have affect on the DL sales. Big headliners this year meant big sales compared to last A7X headline . Think coping will go for big names again next year.
  5. I agree with those comments about day trippers and those who would rather stay in a hotel. Not very easy to do in current location
  6. The Sunday is gash, but the rest would be perfect. Think someone is putting on a fantasy line up tho.
  7. Don't think anyone is gleefully hoping it dies. It's a forum where people who over the years have had some fantastic times there are expressing their opinions and I hope DF realise their strategy isn't working. The festival needs a revamp and something done to attract more people back. Sadly it's now viewed as a weekend away for kids getting totally wasted
  8. Neil, I don't think anyone is taking any joy in the festival struggling. Along with others I've been a pretty regular attendee and had some fantastic weekends. Problem with T is Ellis doesn't listen and lived in a bubble that he could fill the line up with any shite and it would sell no matter what. Having Calvin every year is a total disgrace. T made some monumental errors with their bookings and regulars have drifted elsewhere. It's not as if there's not plenty other better value festivals dotted across Europe. T has allowed itself to gain the reputation as the place to go for 16/17 year olds. When the official twitter feed started speaking like a jakey, I thought then they'd lost the plot. I would love to see T getting back to selling out but they need to shake their current image. I also don't agree that without T a lot of bands wouldn't be seen in Scotland. Can't think of any bands over the years who have only ever played at T. Ones who went on to be big/massive, can always play arenas or stadiums.
  9. Could the improvements in traffic been partly down to a lot less folks attending ?. 30,000 is a really poor attendance, but probably predictable.
  10. Sakes. Never seem to see that at other festivals
  11. It's nae the best and considering Belgium has some fine beers, seems strange they have that pish as the main one
  12. Aye, I've taken a shine to the Belgians. Really nice people, as was all other nationalities there
  13. They were warned about how it was going but seem to have just accepted a bunch of pissed/drugged up teens was the target audience. Seems us folks who regularly went maybe were correct.
  14. You need to get a taste for jupilar then fella