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  1. joeltg

    Efest posts

    Can't face it for a while if I miss out on a ticket, but usually check in at least every other day at work.
  2. I was going to attend this year but they took a break, this looks ideal for me also! Regardless of whether I get tickets in the resale.
  3. I will definitely be looking at Boomtown if I miss out on resale, a unique festival where you can get involved as little or as much as you wish. Gorgeous place, and the set up is impressive. My group are also looking at Green man and blue dot, always fancied these two. Someone mentioned black deer, it's a nice one...small but a good vibe.
  4. 3 full groups, no luck this year and we did have everyone trying. I think only 2 of us got a sniff at the detail page, but it had sold out by the time we had entered all info.
  5. Yea I guess your right on that aspect, when all said and done I don't really know then what the festival can do to make it any better. Good luck all In the resale.
  6. Apologies if this has already been covered, I haven't read back through the thread. I still think Glastonbury is a little dated when it comes to ticketing. I think they should adopt the same system as many other festivals, where you are able to reassign tickets x amount of times, understandably to someone who is already registered. That alone would alleviate pressure on ticket day, as it is always likely we will know someone that can't make it for one reason or another, and they could have a cut off point for reassigning. Perhaps Glastonbury wouldn't want to deal with the added admin side, but it works well for other festivals. And yea, our whole group missed out this year, so this Monday is a little tougher than usual!
  7. Exactly crazyfool, and if all else does fail this time round, I will definitely work the festival again. Was hoping to be at Boomtown right now, but didn't manage to ge the time off.
  8. Busy telling people that have never been before, that it's an awful experience, camping sucks, toilets are disgusting, overcrowded, and not to bother trying for tickets.... as we have had some decent weather the last few years and it will lash it down next! May put some off, every little helps!
  9. Can anyone help me with the line up at the roadhouse on Sat? Some awesome bands played, but can't find full listings on the website?
  10. joeltg

    Camp Fires

    This thread just made me realise, I didn't see any on site this year? None up at the peace garden in stone circle, or any dotted around...perhaps I just missed them.
  11. Not met, but shook his hand one year when he came into the underground piano bar. We then sang happy birthday to him, and he sang a traditional Elvis number. Was quite a moment!
  12. This year our group was the most diverse in terms of age we have eve had, 22 up to 66. The youngest were the newbies who have added to the growing group, and we all had an amazing year. Am always impressed with how much ground the older generation cover, and I admire it. Life aim for me is to reach that, and still get around the site like those guys do. A festival where age just doesn't mean a thing, if you can do it, go with it!
  13. joeltg

    Emotional moments

    Losing Worthy FM 20 mins ago
  14. After taking another look this afternoon, there are a few I want to see. The Cure, Tame, Chemical bros, Interpol, and Kate Tempest. I love my music, but at the same time though, it's always about so much more than the line up. Just happy to be going again. I have never been to a Glastonbury yet, where I have followed the plan. Take a ramble, get lost, escape society, and soak up as much as you can Not long now!
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