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  1. Weezer. Doves. Shame. Orbital. Teenage Fanclub. Great lineup though, as always.
  2. Liverpool would be good this time. Imagine it's likely Doves will be there, post London show on the 29th.
  3. I'd be a little concerned about all the abandoned hay bales if I was going to the Bon Iver show on the 2nd.
  4. Tame Impala for Saturday June 1? Headlining Primavera on the Friday.
  5. But the demand for those Camden Ballroom shows was ludicrous. The whole UK spring tour sold out in a morning. If they'd announced 2 or 3 Brixton shows, they would be sold out too - maybe even an Ally Pally.
  6. Hoping Jon Hopkins and Caribou both turn up on one other day.
  7. For £60/£65 a ticket, not sure Chemical Brothers would work as a headliner to fill a field - but stick Orbital and Underworld on as second stage headliner / main sub - then it would appeal to the average 30 yr old + raver, like LCD did this year.
  8. I had to leave slightly early, so no. Did think when I caught the tube from there that it was a small station to cope for 20/30,000 festival goers. Doesn’t sound good.
  9. Really enjoyable day in the summer heat. Venue suited it. Busier than I thought it would be. The Horrors only playing 3/4 songs was a bit poor though.
  10. Not that far apart - can get from the two main stages in 5 mins. Forecast looking alright, warm/cloudy (bar any of these power showers...)
  11. May have been said previously, but looks like Saturday set times changed on the app. No longer such a crossover between Future Islands (7pm-8pm) and War on Drugs (7.55pm-9.05pm).
  12. Excellent day. Great atmosphere and people. Some top acts - LCD and Young Fathers the highlights. Similar layout to Field Day and some of the food areas + Jagerhouse looked to have been borrowed from BST Hyde Park. North Stage struggled for sound. Seemed really low for Hookworms, and judging by their Twitter they thought so too.
  13. Birmingham didn't hit the heights of the Wembley shows, but to be expected. Felt a lot busier round the back of the standing area than Wembley, and more static (again, to be expected on a Sunday). Glad someone else heard the Leonard Cohen bit - thought I imagined it following the show. Normal Person was a beast! Can give or take Neon Bible and Rococo. Creature Comfort will be a live banger for years to come.
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