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Vamagus

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  1. To be honest I’d usually be first in the queue to complain about the kids but actually we thought the EOTR kids this year were some of the nicest we’ve seen at a festival in years and we kind of liked having them around (must be unwell ?) One thing I would criticise are the dads who took fairly young kids into mosh pits on their shoulders. Clearly it’s up to them if they want to drop their kid or risk them getting a boot in the head but have they considered they might be spoiling it for everyone else given that I suspect most people in a mosh who spotted a kid would hold back for these ve
  2. Yes saw the two parrots in the tree by the entrance to the garden stage.
  3. Overall a great festival with some outstanding sets We actually love the big top and that middle of the night feel all day - the crowd control aspect is a plus for us as similar tents at other festivals (Green Man & Latitude for example) have on occasion become dangerously overcrowded. We hate the Garden stage to the point where we avoid if possible - this is down to the chatterers, picnickers and cocktail set. Really ruins the music. Tipi Tent - love the tent but just take the bar out as it completely ruins quiet sets with the chatting & ordering. Like others
  4. Now that’s commitment. Love to see BSP play a secret set.
  5. Yup the Black Keys 2014 appearance was awful. Glad we bailed early on for Lykke Li.
  6. unexpected highlight goes to Radio Science Orchestra who were simply sublime This ^^^. I’d like to vote the Theremin player the coolest dude at the festival.
  7. Ah that’s great - thanks for making the effort to get it done.
  8. First time at Bluedot for us this year - looking forward to it. I’ve noticed there’s an incomplete clashfinder up - if this doesn’t get done does the Bluedot do the usual festival thing of having a £15-ish programme that you never read except for the Clashfinder? Deperate to start planning out our weekend of music and weeping over any clashes.......
  9. Have to say Jesus & Mary Chain in a downpour was one our special moments - almost apocalyptic. Main issue with the rain is not being able to get in the tipi tent to see bands due to the “shelter from the rain brigade” - most frustrating.
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