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  1. The first year had Catfish headlining. One day of MOR indie is fine. I wouldn’t go personally, but I’m sure they’ll be some kids who listen to them through the magic algorithms of Spotify playlists who wouldn’t mind going especially if the price is right. It’s not a good booking but this is a bit of an overreaction. Like scrapping a festival just because they booked the kooks? They could easily reduce it into a three day one weekend festival or four days on the Saturdays and Sundays.
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    The Strokes?

    £126.45 after fees for two.
  3. Had a quick look and it seems that there's a train from Reading to Paddington at 12.24am, 12.54am and then 2.24am. So it doesn't seem like you'd be stuck in Reading until the morning. It's what I'm going to do anyway, unless anything changes with the trains due to it being a bank holiday.
  4. Just because you repeatedly post about it doesn't make it any more likely.
  5. The only negative for Houghton is the alcohol restriction; 8 cans of beer/cider or one bottle of wine. Appreciate that it is really not important in the grand scheme of things but that seems extreme to me.
  6. The sound at Boomtown improved a lot last year (at least compared to 2018) and the big stages close at 3am on Friday and Saturday (some smaller stages go on until 4am). However, they do shut down everything at midnight on Sunday (I would recommend going into the Hidden Woods afterwards on that night). Would love it if Boomtown could get a 24 hour license like Houghton; that is Houghton's big USP. Basically, I would highly recommend Boomtown, but Houghton looks amazing as well.
  7. You didn't see the Strokes at APE last year, did you?
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    The Strokes?

    £49.50 for the Belfast show: https://www.waterfront.co.uk/what-s-on/the-strokes/ Going by the dates of the other shows and the fact that the roundhouse isn't free on the 20th or 21st. The roundhouse show (if true) will be on either the 19th, 22nd or 23rd.
  9. And Foals were meant to headline Boardmasters last year before it got cancelled due to the weather.
  10. I wouldn't be so sure that it'll sell out as quickly as previous years (I know a friend struggled to sell her ticket when she couldn't go). Also, after what happened last year, people might be a bit unsure about going, even though it wasn't the festival organisers' fault. However, now that's it on a different weekend to Boomtown, I could see some people doing both.
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