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    Solid prediction. If my info is correct, Avery b2b HAAi will be closing Beat Hotel on one of the nights.
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    From what I've seen he's doing Beat Hotel. Could have been TBCs though.
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    I've been twice. It's probably the best UK festival I've been to (haven't been to Glasto yet - this year is the first time I've managed to get tickets). Campsite is great, stages are all brilliant, line up is always very good (imo) and in my experience there is very good atmosphere and crowd. I loved it both times. Been thinking I'll maybe give Houghton a go this year as it's meant to be fantastic as well, but if you haven't been to LV then I recommend it.
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    I went to Dimensions in 2015. One of the best festivals I've been to. Really cool stages and a super nice crowd. Line up is always great. Lovely sound as well. The beach is fantastic to chill at in the day and there are cool spots along it that people gather at after hours. But yeah (like all Croatian festivals) security are pretty tight, one of my mates needed to be bailed out of a Croatian police van (not a place you want to be). However as long as you have your wits about you and take the usual precautions you'll be all good, he was just not being very secretive let's say... I would also recommend the boat parties as mentioned above - we saw Gerd Janson on one at sunset which was just perfect. If you're interested in production there are also workshops and discussions with artists and industry types which is cool. An amazing festival for dance music heads. You'll love it!
  5. The Chemical Brothers Travis Scott Robyn Dixon/Âme/Schwarz/any of the Innervisions lot Massive Attack Also if I was being greedy: Dua Lipa, Tame Impala, King Krule, Wolf Alice, A Beacon School, Octavian, slowthai, Mura Masa, House of Pharoahs, Sigrid, Billie Eilish. Also had the thought that a Four Tet & Friends takeover at Beat Hotel similar to what Jamie XX had in 2017 would be good. Let me know if any of these can be ruled out so I can end any false hope.
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    2019 Headliners

    Haha, it's more a case of he's been told it through the grapevine rather than attempting to bullshit - he is also hoping the information is wrong.
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    2019 Headliners

    Hopefully this means it's completely wrong, but may just have the days mixed up.
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    2019 Headliners

    A friend of mine who works for a booking agency says it's 100% The Cure (Friday), Stormzy (Saturday) and Paul McCartney (Sunday) and is willing to bet money on it. Dull headliners in my opinion for a number of reasons. Watched The Cure headline Leeds a few years ago... Great set but they're simply not as relevant in 2019 despite their cult following. I like Stormzy but with one album he's not got enough material to headline the biggest festival in the world. Skepta would deserve the slot more if they're going down the grime route (however I don't believe that would happen). Subbing Kendrick makes much more sense. Can't really argue with Macca, not to my taste though. These names seem to align with all the suggestions on here but hopefully he's wrong.
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