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  1. Mad Cool 2018

    Does anyone have any recommendations of places to stay which offer: 1 - Good pre-festival drinking options 2 - Easy travel via night bus/Metro to and back from the festival site? Cheers
  2. Mad Cool 2018

    In terms of times/stages I'm assuming the clashfinder is guesswork?
  3. Mad Cool 2018

    So big acts like AIC and Massive Attack are likely to play at 2.30am? That's nuts.
  4. Mad Cool 2018

    Alice in Chains at 3am?
  5. Mad Cool 2018

    Good stuff. The days look fairly balanced to me so far, hopefully they will use a bit of common sense when selecting who plays where when, it really should be straightforward for festival organisers... A few questions for anyone who has been before: - What is travel back from the festival site like? Understand there is a Metro station nearby and that their tube system runs until 1.30am. What time does the site close and is getting the Metro feasible? - Is there a night bus service back to the city centre anywhere near the site? - How manic is the taxi situation? Presumably there are Uber-style apps?
  6. Mad Cool 2018

    A better line-up for me than Glastonbury's last year and any festival I've been to since the mid-00s. What day are people expecting Arctic Monkeys to play?
  7. Mad Cool 2018

    Excellent, thanks! Edit: Or could this be another example of someone (with a bit too much time on their hands) adding this to Maps..?
  8. Mad Cool 2018

    So is there going to be an announcement today? Also - does anyone have any idea of what the new location might be, looking at accommodation?
  9. 2019 Headliners

    The 1975? Seriously? Or is there inside information out there that I don't know about?
  10. Kris Kristofferson.....

    Turned out to be a farcical booking tbh, absolutely dire and a complete waste of a prime slot. Luckily three of the best acts of the entire weekend followed.
  11. Clash regrets...I've got a few

    Should have gone to Justice instead of Boy Better Know.

    More urinals and female-only toilets required too.
  13. Glasto 2020: Passing the torch?

    I have to admit, when the line-up was announced I did think grime/British hip-hop was slightly over-represented and having gone to watch Wiley, Stormzy and BBK - the latter being my final act of the weekend, I do stand by my belief that they were all perhaps a bit high-up the bill. BBK and Wiley in particular had pretty small audiences given their slots. There's definitely appetite for them but not convinced they have the pull to compete in such positions.
  14. Electronica/Dance

    Not sure who else was there but the FunctionOne Experimental thing on the Thurs night in the Glade was one of the best things I have ever heard. Not a dance/electronic person on the whole but might be about to become one (in that state of consciousness at least...)
  15. What made you smile ?

    My first Glastonbury this year and still completely overwhelmed by the experience, genuinely had one of the best five days or so of my life - wouldn't change a thing - it was incredible.