Dog Burger

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  1. Thanks guys very helpful. Would rather they went to a friend or someone through here even if it means not getting the full value
  2. Quick question guys: I'm coming to my first Latitude this year after 15 Glastonburys, and we've ended up with more tickets than we need. We have two to sell, but they both say my surname on as I'm the cardholder, and the terms claim they're non-transferable. Does anyone know how true this is in practice? I'm not a tout, and not looking to make profit, in fact I'll be looking to sell the pair for less than face value. Presumably the non-transferable thing is not enforceable, as all of the tickets bought in a transaction have the name of the cardholder on, and if the group all arrived at the festival separately it would be impossible for them all to produce ID for the cardholder. Anyone know?
  3. Very similar thoughts mate. In actual fact, I think I need a break. Had begun to go through the motions a bit. It's still by far the greatest festival out there, and I'll find it very hard not to be there when it's on, but I think it'll do me good and I'll return refreshed in the meantime. In the meantime, like you, I'm checking out some smaller ones. Latitude for the first time and Blue Dot, which looks utterly beautiful. Roll on 2017
  4. Get in there boyo. The shamen will be watching over you my son
  5. Cheers guys, I think it's not to be this time round, but I can't complain I've had a great run - 15 in a row, never failed to get a ticket, and landed the Free Press job, which was great fun and made me see the festival in a whole new light, even meeting my all-time hero Mr Eavis last year. I'll definitely be back next year
  6. Didn't manage to get a ticket this year and the job I had on the Glastonbury Free press didn't materialise this time round. Will be the first time I haven't been there since 1997. It's a really weird feeling, watching the build-up happening and knowing I won't be going. I've never experienced it before, as I've been to every one since my first Glastonbury in 1998. It really hit home just now when I looked at the TV guide and saw the Countryfile forecast would be on in a couple of hours, and then went.... oh.... Think I'm probably going to have to enforce a media blackout on myself and go camping somewhere where there are no TVs or radios for the weekend. Hopefully absence will make the heart grow even fonder and I'll back in a year's time even more excited to be there than ever. Have an amazing time everyone, drink it all in and savour every moment. I'm incredibly envious! DB
  7. I heard that too. Very sad. I had a few heated discussions with people who I saw doing it and asked to stop. One guy was very contrite, to be fair, but plenty didn't like it all - not least the guy I kicked up the arse while he was openly pissing in the middle of Shangri-La. Don't feel proud of that, but hey - he deserved it.
  8. Night all. Have a good one.
  9. Sshhh, I want to see some of the festival!
  10. Yes there was the Select Daily, later the Q daily, and briefly the Firelighter. The Free Press in only three years old, and looking hugely improved this year. I did the layout and design last year, and am working on it to a slightly lesser degree this time round. Get hold of a copy if you can, and give it a chance
  11. We'll be printing two editions again this year - one released on Thursday and another on Sunday. Should be available from the info points again, I imagine. It's looking great, too
  12. Been listening since 12. Now it truly feels like Glastonbury week
  13. Cheers boss!
  14. What's the problem? It's still saying very minimal to no rain, and that the rain that does hit the UK will be over Northern England Northern Ireland, as far as I can see. Be cool, oh bi-polar ones!
  15. Anyone know when it starts broadcasting online? As I remember it's usually on the Monday (ie, today). Would love to plug my headphones in at work and really start ramping the excitement up, but there's no sign of a listen link on their website yet...