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    2019 Headliners

    Yesterday Phil Collins announced a European Tour ending the Wednesday of Glastonbury, no UK dates announced, doubt it’d be a popular booking on here but definitely possible.
  2. Clashfinder has State Champs and Speak Low overlapping by 5 mins which can’t happen as Speak Low is the side project of the bassist of State Champs My day looks to be something like: Can’t Swim > FYS > Creeper/Say Anything > Twin Atlantic > Speak Low > Zebrahead > Frank Carter > TBS > JEW
  3. Apart from Shikari that announcement isn’t great, a couple of decent bands there but no one i would say I’m excited about. I would see Boston Manor, Shvpes, Black Foxxes and Holding Absence if there wasn’t anyone clashing with them. With Touche Amoré, Basement, Creeper, ATDI and Shikari it’s looking pretty damn good for me already.
  4. Kasabian / Bastille / TDCC can be argued as Stadium, arena, arena band too. Obviously Kasbaian aren't nearly as large as Foo Fighters but equally Royal Blood and ADTR probably aren't quite as big as Bastille and TDCC.
  5. Foo Fighters / Royal Blood / ADTR Vampire Weekend Arctic Monkeys / Tame Impala / Wolf Alice Chase & Status Kendrick Lamar / TOP / Stormzy Panic! At The Disco
  6. I’m the other way around, I think the first half is kinda week but then towards the end it picks up, Sweet Mary, La Mancha Screwjob and Any Friend of Diane’s are all pretty good songs! Either way they were fantastic last night at Wembley!
  7. Friday: Queens Of The Stone Age / Royal Blood / Wolf Alice / Cage The Elephant / Feeder / Halestorm / Young Guns / Touche Amore / Black Peaks Jamie T / Slaves Saturday: Drake / The Chainsmokers / Stormzy / Jack Garratt / Ghost / Creeper / Fickle Friends / SWMRS / Eliza and The Bear Courteeners / Nothing But Thieves Sunday: Arctic Monkeys / Catfish and The Bottlemen / Panic! At The Disco / Don Broco / Twin Atlantic / Declan McKenna / The Hunna / As It Is / Fangclub Enter Shikari / Stone Sour
  8. To me that NIN performance blew that A7x performance out of the water and i have no preference towards either act. Fan interaction sin't for every band, some bands prefer to do a more immersive show and focus of the performance as if they were performing a stage show, not just a gig. Tool are one of these types of band and Andy would give a leg to get them at Download so i feel your point is completely invalid, the reason that NIN will probably not headline is that they aren't quite enough of a draw these days and there are options that make a lot more sense.
  9. Download have been booking more and more acts targetting a younger audience each year, can't see them mixing the likes of All Time Low and Black Veil Brides with some of the names you listed.
  10. Got a ticket for Glasgow in the presale and London this morning, can't wait
  11. Tool / Stone Sour / Killswitch Engage Bullet For My Valentine Avenged Sevenfold / Marilyn Manson / Parkway Drive Limp Bizkit Metallica / Judas Priest / Lamb Of God Enter Shikari Realistically replace Tool with BMTH.
  12. R&L: Royal Blood, Arctic Monkeys, Foo Fighters V: Drake, Ed Sheeran TRNSMT: Muse, The Killers, Florence & The Machine Download: Bring Me the Horizon, Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold IOW: The 1975/Major Lazer, Kasabian, The Killers Bestival: Gorillaz, Boy Better Know, Tame Impala Latitude: CHVRCHES, Bastille, The xx Wireless: Tyler, The Creator, Stormzy, Kendrick Lamar BST: Paramore, Kanye West, Arcade Fire, Smashing Pumpkins, & more
  13. Don Broco are playing Ally Pally, don't think Neck Deep could manage that, definitely would say Broco are bigger.
  14. As much as i'd like to see Brand New headline, it won't happen, they'll come to the UK once more before calling it quits and it'll be for their own shows. Kinda hard to judge for Headliners as the last 3 years they've really stepped up and bagged some big headliners. To me All Time Low seem to be the glaringly obvious candidate to headline next year but they could surprise us with someone that we didn't really consider like Shikari this year.
  15. I wasn't saying they would particularly be in that order, i didn't put the days before them for a reason.
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