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  1. On the basis that Rose City Band have just announced a UK tour with dates starting on Sept 2nd, I would hope that the tour might actually be starting on Sept 1st at Larmer Tree Gardens. Difficult to think of a better addition that they could make. But just in case, to avoid disappointment, I've got my ticket for the Moth Club date.
  2. I've seen PC a few times and they seem to be alternately good and not so good. However the last time I saw them was at EOTR headlining the Garden Stage and they were just stunning. A absolute must-see for me, so already worried about who they might clash with.
  3. I think we can pencil in Les Filles De Illighadad given this date
  4. So we can expect Black Midi back then (and hopefully they clash with someone I want to see).
  5. Personally I'd like a double S, so let's be having you, Sturgill Simpson
  6. I've heard it said that for those of us who go to both EOTR and GM that your preference will be for whichever of the 2 you first went to (and thus fell in love with first). I went to EOTR first. I'm with all the points above. I also like the way pretty much all the food outlets are in one place at EOTR with the tables in the middle, meaning I can quickly check queue lengths for my possible options and then sitting down I enjoy the random conversations with people I join at a table or that join me; this seems to happen far more for me at EOTR. That EOTR is significantly smaller helps too. I'm sure I could easily argue the case the other way, particularly having done GM Settlers for the first time this year, but first love wins.
  7. The return of The Murder Capital has to happen, and I'm staggered that you forgot to mention Vlure.
  8. Headline slots on Woods and Garden Stage have always clashed, so its a bit more than speculation.
  9. https://www.facebook.com/groups/125270931623/announcements End of the Road - Happy Campers is a solo campers group, this page tells you where you could find everyone, and you would be very welcome to join. The FB group is also used by a ton of other folk as an alternative / supplement to this forum.
  10. Yes, but I'd make sure you have it downloaded as there's no guarantees on getting a signal anywhere on site. Ditto the Covid vax or LFT proof.
  11. Sunday is currently the clash nightmare for me, so hopefully some timings are out : WH Lung / Fenne Lily / Black Country New Road / Crack Cloud Arab Strap / Yard Act / Dry Cleaning / Big Joanie
  12. Not sure if they've already been mentioned, and trying to avoid those who have been : CMAT, PVA, Yard Act. And I'm expecting big things of TBC! 😁
  13. Utterly brilliant set. Joyous and life-affirming fun - so just what we all need right now.
  14. There's a small festival in Spain near the border with Portugal that takes place on an island in the Vigo estuary, and I believe you go out by boat to the island each day not knowing who is going to be playing. Its called Festival Sinsal.
  15. Others on here can correct me if I'm wrong, and this assumes no change in layout from before: Orange Car Park and coach drop-off use different entrances to the festival and, although the distance between them isn't far, you would need to get your wrist-band and enter the festival site to go out the other side into the Orange Car Park. There isn't a sensible way of going from the coach drop-off to Orange Car Park without going through the wristband exchange.
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