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  1. Lineup 2018

    True - either way I tend to think that they are a big established company and tend to know what they are doing (I know big established companies, particularly in this industry, have made plenty of mistakes, but you know what I mean). I'm really just trying to use this as an opportunity to speculate, and see if we can get the thread through a whole page without someone asking about the chances of Royal Blood playing.
  2. Lineup 2018

    Seems to suggest they are confident in being able to shift tickets without the contribution of the pre Xmas boost - and there must have been one, even modest, for it to have been a staple of the announcement schedule for the last few years.
  3. TRNSMT Festival 2018

    I'll say it again, they are playing the Hydro in April and still haven't filled the second tier, they ain't getting booked for a 40,000 capacity gig a few miles away ten weeks later.
  4. Lineup 2018

    They are maybe just defeated by the 'LINEUP?' replies to every bullshit tweet they make about xmas trees or sprouts. But yes, still think this week is very possible, but if not we can forget it til the new year.
  5. Lineup 2018

    It just shows the number of announcements LN/FR make, or have a stake in. Early last week was Download, Friday was Community, today Isle of Wight. Are they involved in TRNSMT, as they've got another three to fit in (and were supposed to announce by the end of November). It will all be planned to the day. Foo Fighters tend to trail their own announcements, even for festivals, so if it's them there should be some hints starting to come out from them soon. (edit, meant to quote the question about it being "delayed").
  6. Lineup 2018

    Still no announcement announcement, and their latest tweet is about what are you putting on top of your Xmas tree.
  7. Taylor Swift

    Also the first Manchester date isn't even sold out, so two extra does seem ambitious.
  8. Taylor Swift

    Could well be the case but if it is, they haven't corrected it yet, they are still up there.
  9. Taylor Swift

    Extra dates added, two each at Manchester (7/9 June) and Wembley (23/24 June). The announcement only mentions 9/23 but Ticketmaster are showing two at each. On sale next week, presales start again midweek.
  10. TRNSMT Festival 2018

    Manics are playing the Hydro on 25 April, so you can rest assured on that one.
  11. 2000 Trees

    Touring the US at the time, I'm afraid.
  12. Lineup 2018

    Plus they announce them on the app at least a couple of hours before the appearance.
  13. All Points East Festival 2018

    True, and given how close this year's headliners are in genres/demographic then something has to give if they are expecting to fill up to 30 headline slots over five years - either the quality dips a bit, they rely on repeats, they widen their scope a bit or they assume less competition from Latitude/Bestival etc for 'alternative' headliners. Not knocking them, but it's ambitious.
  14. All Points East Festival 2018

    They do seem to have thrown a lot into the first year but maybe in subsequent years it will just be the three day festival and they won't need six days' worth of quality?
  15. TRNSMT Festival 2018

    Arcade Fire are playing the Hydro on 16 April and still haven't sold (out) the second tier, they aren't going to be headlining at Glasgow Green ten weeks later I'm afraid.