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That makes the Friday and Saturday piss all over T in the Park the previous weekend.

They have just announced McFly and Cher Lloyd. The fact I already got a ticket in the early bird makes me so gutted I am almost in tears.

I just have to persuade my brother who is going to Bruce to go on the Friday as well as he doesn't like Soundgarden.

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The london park festivals this year are looking absolutely brilliant!! (Apart from Wireless and that hit factory thing and including the stuff in Victoria Park).

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Leeds get's better acts and its free for them?! THE SHIT?! :P (Actually just seen it looks we get all the acts apart from friendly fires? :S its not very clear, london seems more of a 5 minutes each kind of thing with that many?)

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Been waiting for this kind of announcement since ages. SOUNDGARDEN. Hell yeah.

Pearl Jam will finish their tour 3 days before, Vedder will start solo tour few weeks after. Cornell will be doing solo stuff as well. Is there a slight chance of seeing them two on one stage performing few songs of Temple Of The Dog. Hopefully Vedder will be a guest at HRC, or Cornell during second PJ night in Manchester.

Perfect summer. Just need a ticket for Springsteen and... Afghan Wighs added as a support to Soundgarden.

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Bruce Springsteen fans, Live Nation have announced that there have been some tickets made available. But wait! There's a catch. They've decided to release them as 'Sat/Sun' tickets - something that they previously said that they would not be doing. This means that all the Springsteen fans will have to buy a Paul Simon ticket as well. Very cunning.

Friday 6th July - deadmau5 (Wireless)

Saturday 7th July - Drake (Wireless)

Sunday 8th July - Rihanna (Wireless) - SOLD OUT

Wednesday 11th July - Steps (Hit Factory Live)

Friday 13th July - Soundgarden (Hard Rock Calling)

Saturday 14th July - Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band (Hard Rock Calling) - SOLD OUT

Sunday 15th July - Paul Simon (Hard Rock Calling)

Tuesday 17th July - Madonna

Thursday 26th July - Dizzee Rascal (Olympic Torch Finale)

Friday 27th July - tbc (London Live)

Sunday 12th August - Blur (London Live) - SOLD OUT

Only one more to be announced - the London Live opening show.

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Booked my accomodation for HRC now - overnight stays on Fri + Sat then home on the Sunday.

There are already more bands in the HRC lineup I want to see than the entire 3 days of the T in the Park lineup. Hopefully T can get some of the Sonisphere bands to salvage their festival.

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If we don't get Garbage Supporting then I'd looooooooove Eddie Vedder Solo! Or at an even greater stretch, the still unbooked Smashing Pumpkins, although I'm doubting this one will happen.

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Booked my accomodation for HRC now - overnight stays on Fri + Sat then home on the Sunday.

There are already more bands in the HRC lineup I want to see than the entire 3 days of the T in the Park lineup. Hopefully T can get some of the Sonisphere bands to salvage their festival.

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where are you staying? i have had a look around for hotels and they all seem a bit pricey, i remember when Bruce played last time i managed to get a travelodge for £11 in a sale they had on. does any one know of any where relatively cheap to stay?

thanks.

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Booked a twin room at Premier Inn in Earls Court - £250 for the two nights (£125 each).

We got cheaper rooms at Royal Imperial Hotel last year for the Brazil vs Scotland football match, so might be worth checking out there. That is in Sloan Square, near a tube for the Picadilly line if I recall - its also not far from Kings Cross station.

I booked that Premier Inn as its better quality, but you may not be using the hotel for much of the time anyway.

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yeah im not to fussed about staying some where nice, as you say i wont be in the room much. i will give the Imperial a look.

thanks.

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Well that's a Saturday and Sunday ticket booked. I said I'd never go back to Hyde Park after The Killers sound was so bad last year but it was John Fogarty supporting The Boss that did it for me. Hope it's good...

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Bruce Springsteen fans, Live Nation have announced that there have been some tickets made available. But wait! There's a catch. They've decided to release them as 'Sat/Sun' tickets - something that they previously said that they would not be doing. This means that all the Springsteen fans will have to buy a Paul Simon ticket as well. Very cunning.

Friday 6th July - deadmau5 (Wireless)

Saturday 7th July - Drake (Wireless)

Sunday 8th July - Rihanna (Wireless) - SOLD OUT

Wednesday 11th July - Steps (Hit Factory Live)

Friday 13th July - Soundgarden (Hard Rock Calling)

Saturday 14th July - Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band (Hard Rock Calling) - SOLD OUT

Sunday 15th July - Paul Simon (Hard Rock Calling)

Tuesday 17th July - Madonna

Thursday 26th July - Dizzee Rascal (Olympic Torch Finale)

Friday 27th July - tbc (London Live)

Sunday 12th August - Blur (London Live) - SOLD OUT

Only one more to be announced - the London Live opening show.

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im gonna get shot down here

but has anyone heard the rumour about queen tribute band playing the opening london live date

or even more far fetched supporting blur !! :O

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im gonna get shot down here

but has anyone heard the rumour about queen tribute band playing the opening london live date

or even more far fetched supporting blur !! :O

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