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  1. 2000 Trees

    They are describing it as 'very good comedy line up news' as well, and as noted above its usually a bit of an afterthought, so wouldn't take much for it to be bigger. I'm liking that they are mixing up the announcements a bit this year instead of a succession of 8-10 band announcements.
  2. Lineup 2018

    She's here for End of the Road, and doing three shows leading up to it, including Edinburgh on the Saturday of R&L weekend, not that she was likely in the first place.
  3. Lineup 2018

    Dua Lipa, and I'm offering that without further comment.
  4. BBC's The Biggest Weekend 2018

    LCD are free on 26th, though it would mean them playing four consecutive nights.
  5. 2000 Trees

    I started trying to edit it into yours but the formatting got too tricky. They'll probably still spread it over a number of announcements, they do like to string them out. Nothing announced for Neu on Thursday yet - they usually have comedy on there on the Thursday but can't see that working with a full main stage line up. Not that it's anything startling but it's a nice change of pace between bands with a pint and a deckchair. Confirmation (in the shape of the Thrill Collins slot) that they are doing the Forest on the Thursday (I think last year was the first time they did it on a Thursday) so there's a lot of line up still to come, and it's shaping up well.
  6. 2000 Trees

    Also (website seems fully up to date now): Thursday Main - Ben Marwood Thursday Forest - Thrill Collins Friday Axiom - Slotface, Press To Meco Friday Neu - Fangclub, Nervus, Bitch Falcon Saturday Axiom - Dream State Saturday Neu - Gallops, Black Futures, Gender Roles, Lady Bird, Sun Arcana, Haggard Cat Saturday Forest - Sean McGowan So nothing announced for Friday Main yet.
  7. TRNSMT Lineup 2019

    This year's line up shows they want guaranteed ticket shifters on fairly safe ground - so it would be difficult to see them taking a gamble on someone like Royal Blood (particularly when by then they'll be punting two-year-old material). They don't have the same scope for booking say two strong headliners and a weaker one (that proper weekend festivals can) as most people will pick and choose which day they go to. The 1975 are maybe more likely, but they'd probably want to see how strongly they come back first, so depends on the timing of their album and tour. Noel Gallagher, off the back of well-publicised new material, is doing Electric Fields and any number of small appearances this summer, can't anyone relying on him to shift tens of thousands of tickets for an event in 2019.
  8. TRNSMT Festival 2018

    It's the same maths though, if they can't shift more than 10,000 tickets for their own show it would take a hell of an undercard to make it a respectable crowd outdoors, when people have got four other days to pick and choose from at the same time. I'm not slagging them btw, and I'm going to the Hydro gig.
  9. TRNSMT Festival 2018

    Ticketmaster, I've just re-checked just now. They added some on another date, I noticed recently, so maybe they've added more for the Hydro.
  10. TRNSMT Festival 2018

    They were dismissed because they still hadn't sold out the second tier (or even standing tickets) at a Hydro gig ten weeks before TRNSMT - and still haven't. Apart from that, they are playing in Milwaukee on 8 July.
  11. Tour Announcements & Upcoming Gigs

    The The continuing their very gradual roll out of what is turning into a full UK tour. Newcastle and Belfast added, tickets on sale now.
  12. 2000 Trees

    Ah right, didn't pick up on that.
  13. 2000 Trees

    Anyway actually came on to say pleased with Press To Meco being announced, it was fairly inevitable but good to have it confirmed.
  14. 2000 Trees

    They seem to have survived it by sacking the band member concerned. They played R&L with the new drummer last year. They are touring this week so still expect them to be announced in the next one (not that being announced for Trees this week is going to make the slightest difference to their sales for this week's shows of course, but just the way it works).
  15. 2000 Trees

    I'd be happy with Frightened Rabbit - not sure they fit Pop Punk Sucks' clue above though? ATG have got Glassjaw which rules them out.

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