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  1. I did Bestival last year for the first time and whilst you're not allowed to take your own booze into the arena they were very lax with the checks. They asked me if I had any drinks in my backpack I said no (I did), they let me in. Someone was carrying a water bottle of vodka, they asked "what's that?", she said "water" and they let her in. Even saw someone with two cans in their hands pull their sleeves down to cover them and they were fine! All depends on the security on the day I suppose. Also didn't get checked on entry for quantities as I had spirits (in a plastic bottle, of course!) on me. But again, I expect if you get pulled for a search they'll confiscate.
  2. You wont regret it. It's one of my must-sees every year at Glastonbury for good reason. Bit like watching a car-crash at times, but in the best way!
  3. The only clash I have is end of Wu-Tang -> start of Hip Hop Karaoke, then end of that -> start of Vince. For people that haven't seen it, HHK is 100% unmissable. Absolute staple for me at Glastonbury! Also, hello Lovebox people. I'm popping up in this thread for the first time
  4. Just a heads up - I've just checked my email and had one with a code for the Spotify presale which apparently landed in my inbox at 10:56. Picked myself up a ticket for London on the Tuesday! Winner.
  5. The National always seemed to have passed me by, despite being on the ballpark of 'stuff that I like' so since they've been announced I went on a proper listening spree. My feelings are as follows: 1. HOW HAVE I MANAGED TO NOT GET THEM ALL MY LIFE? I've missed out on years of listening and gigs. Dammit. 2. Excited that I'll maybe get to see them at Glastonbury 3. Worried about clashes It's been a rollercoaster of a day. Still, now I have a new band that I like with a big enough back catalogue to lose myself in. Does this mean I'm part of the club now?
  6. This is a massive bump, but I've now got a spare ticket for the Roundhouse on Saturday if anyone's interested in it? That also leaves me bimbling around on my own (again) - beer anyone? Aaaaaaand to get properly back on topic - JPT headline would be bloody lovely, but NOT on Friday, Radiohead would win that.
  7. FYI I just got a presale code through from Spotify so jumped and got Roundhouse tickets. It's RTJWORLD and works through gigsandtours!
  8. I'll bring some glowsticks. eBay basically forced me to buy them.
  9. Now that's a hashtag I can get behind.
  10. Ditch 'em. The friends, that is. Personally I can't imagine watching a band I don't like knowing that someone else I really wanted to see is smashing it up on another stage. Even more so the last band of the festival. Of course, I might be biased in that I was at Glasto last year on my own and basically did the whole thing how I wanted to. It was ruddy brilliant. I'll happily sing All My Friends on my own (pending a solo-eFesters LCD meet up aha)
  11. There's no contest for Sunday night for me. Beck then LCD. Can't think of a better way to end my festival. Looking forward to this already!
  12. Yeah, smashed it. Was a bit further back than I'd like to be, but I still had a good old dance! Even the sun came out for them. Classy.
  13. I had to go onto full site mode just to upvote that.
  14. Now I'm not sure if my text-based joke on the Internet with people I've never met has hit the mark. Tricky.
  15. I've not seen him live either, just love the way he sounds. I like the slightly lo-if-ness (that's not a word). Plus at sunset it's going to sound doubly beautiful.
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