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TheFullShaboo

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  1. No worries. I’ve never been before but feel I’m more than prepared from what I’ve read on that thread!
  2. Loads of your questions will be answered on here! Im going myself and must admit i was annoyed to see no direct replacement for Massive attack
  3. Im sure there was a theory that the earlier you secured tickets in the original coach sale the earlier your coach would be?
  4. ill take anything, however small, to convince myself they'll be there
  5. The Strokes. Will certainly explain what Lytham festival meant with 'North of England exclusive'
  6. Dinosaur Jr > Yo La Tengo > Tame Impala > Pavement Not a bad opening run to my first ever Primavera.
  7. Yeah i think theyre the first notable act of the day for me, so planning on getting there a bit early to get a good spot. I imagine there'll be a bit of a rush to catch the end of Fontaines as well after they finish.
  8. Will wet legs appeal be as big here as it will be at Glasto or any other UK festival? Thinking I’ll likely give them a miss at Glasto because of how rammed the park will be.
  9. Nice one bud - i knew coming to this thread would help me out! Im aiming to make it to both sets, its just a few friends who never made it to Lost Village caught wind of his set from twitter, soundcloud etc and will be wanting something similar at Glastonbury, so wanted to make sure i take them to the right set!
  10. I know this has been discussed previously (have tried to search but failed) but what will Four Tets set on the park be like compared to his set on Arcadia? I was at Lost Village last year and was blown away - sampling Sugababes?!? - but im sure its been mentioned on here that his live set will differ somewhat from that? Im sure he was billed as 'live' at Lost Village last year, however i could be wrong.
  11. Ahh i see. I think i took someone 'turn around' comment literally! Cant wait now, nothing better than arriving at a festival for the first time and having a mooch around, completely aimlessly soaking up everything thats to come for the net few days.
  12. With the two main stages being opposite one another, do you get people who stand at the back for the act currently on in preparation of being at the front for the next act when everyone turns round? What i'm picturing right now seems bonkers - but will actually kinda work?
  13. I’ve found the trick is to take it with the first cider of the day, with plenty of top ups throughout. Waiting till you have heartburn to take one ends up a losing battle.
  14. Echo and the Bunnymen announced as support for the Stones at Anfield. These lucky dip tickets are an absolute steal, regardless of where I end up in the ground.
  15. Got excited for a moment and thought it was September this year! Would have definitely bagged myself a day ticket if so.
  16. I was once told that it’s for health and safety purposes. Stand on a lid-less bottle on the ground and it collapses under foot. Stand on one full of liquid or air and, if you catch it right, you’re back flipping in seconds. I’ve never checked out the validity of this but I kind of makes sense? I always assumed it was to prevent them being thrown.
  17. Yep. 80% Brits abroad sounds rather problematic doesn't it, but must admit in all the times ive been ive never seen anything untoward. Lots of them not pacing themselves in the midday sun, yes, but its usually one of the most jovial and merry crowds ive experienced at a festival. Hoping it's not the end as it's always been our groups 'holiday' for the year. No alternative planed for this year, so hoping for a stellar lineup in 23 and an end to the barbaric charge to use the toilets and re-renter the arena. (im hopeful that the more i keep banging on about this someone from the festival will see it and remove it for next year)
  18. 80% including the Irish I’d say? It’s effectively a British festival in the sun. yeah I have wondered if Brexit will have an effect on it. I feel this year will have struggled because of the brits post-covid cautiousness with overseas travel. People been a little hesitant to book trips abroad (never mind festivals) in case another lockdown / cancellation happened. That couple with a dog shit lineup certainly wouldn’t have helped.
  19. ahh brilliant, thanks for that. Thought both would have worked either during the day or after dark but at least thats my late night entertainment sorted 🙂
  20. Sure is, absolute belter that got me through lockdown last year! We caught her at Lost Village festival last year and she climbed out from the stage and starting crowd surfing during that song, was absolutely joyous to see on the final day of the festival and helped picked up the weary crowd for sure! First time attending Green Man so not sure if im missing something, but on the Instagram post is says 'after dark extraordinaires' for the two artists i mentioned in my previous post. Is this referring to a stage / time slot?
  21. Thought the name rang a bell, just checked my spotify and i'd shazamed and saved these a few weeks back from hearing them on 6 music!
  22. Sofia Kourtesis and Nia Archives! Two great additions for me
  23. Id imagine your best bet is advertising it on their social media pages, probably at a considerable loss mind you 😞 In the past when we've had spares we've offloaded them to other friends, or on the few occasions the festival sold out we sold them from advertising on the socials.
  24. It’s the charging for showers and re-entering the arena that did it for me. Did 9 on the bounce and some of the best years were those with the worst lineups! Did anyone else notice they sent an email out at the start of the month with a questionnaire for 2023? Clearly an indication that this year has flopped if they’re already focusing on next years festival.
  25. TheFullShaboo

    Wet Leg

    Thoroughly enjoyed that. Supermarket is the personal standout from the non-single tracks.
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