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  1. sam1981

    Latitude 2018

    I think half the problem is that they make announcements like this on Twitter/Instagram, which looks like only 10 new music acts are announced: Reality is there are loads more added, but you have to dig for it. Bands like Francobollo and Husky Loops - who are excellent live - are great additions. Not sure why they don't make it clearer. The lack of a single poster with every act on doesn't help. Well, I don't like it anyway.
  2. sam1981

    Latitude 2018

    Underwhelming, but surely there's loads more music to announce?
  3. sam1981

    Latitude 2018

    OK, thanks both.
  4. sam1981

    Latitude 2018

    So with all the focus on comedy and theatre, does that mean there is less music at Latitude compared to similarly sized festivals. i.e less music stages?
  5. sam1981

    Primavera 2018

    I meant we go to bed after the main stages close (assuming it works the same way as a UK fest) which would be 2/3 (?) and just get up later. I'm assuming it's the same as a UK fest, but everything is shifted back a few hours. i.e. the only stages open super late are dance, and not the main bands... And we'd normally take him in a wagon or something so he can sleep at will. Anyway it's probably a moot point really as it doesn't seem ideal.
  6. sam1981

    Primavera 2018

    Def wouldn't keep him up to see band xyz as I've never heard of them. I kind of assumed that as it's so hot in Spain the festival starts/finishes late to keep out of the heat. Much like they have footy that kicks off at 11pm which we'd view as ridiculous over here. So you just adjust your sleep pattern for a few days. Glasto has some stages that go on until 3/4/5/6, but I'm normally tucked up in bed by 12ish after the main stages end. Anyway, I haven't been to Primavera and you guys have, so good to get your views. Seems unlikely we'd go given the feedback to be honest.
  7. sam1981

    Primavera 2018

    OK, thanks all!
  8. sam1981

    Primavera 2018

    OK, I get it, you don't think we should go. I'm just seeing conflicting info online with a minimúsica section for kids, so I'm trying to get a gauge as to what the reality is. Some people would never take their kids to a festival, or would never take them to a big one like glasto, etc... so just wanted to understand.
  9. sam1981

    Primavera 2018

    Not family friendly because of the lack of specific kids area, or just generally not suitable? He'll love the music and is used to festivals - we've never really spent time in the kids areas at UK fests, but if it's basically adult only (?) then maybe it's not the best choice.
  10. sam1981

    Primavera 2018

    How family friendly is this fest? Got a 3 year old who's used to the mud and rain of a UK festival.
  11. sam1981

    Green Man Festival 2018

    Managed to get from the pink car park at Glasto in the 2016 mud, with a 2 year old, so I guess anything is easy by comparison.
  12. sam1981

    Green Man Festival 2018

    Blue car park tickets near the family are have already run out. Never been before, is the Orange car park a trek to the family area?
  13. sam1981

    Truck 2017

    Anyone know if the site entrance is still in the same place at the end of Church Lane? No maps or any info on this on the site from what I can see.
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