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    Zoology postgrad, Seahawks, Tottenham, indie/punk rock fan

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  1. Anyone got any refunds for the KoL Finsbury Park show yet?
  2. Imagine part of the alternative offer/timeline to reconsider the refund will be the rest of the lineup coming out, which should be finalised by the date given in August? I guess this makes sense in case they drop any really significant curve balls that would get people to change their mind and want to go again. This would allow flexibility, and them to keep their original ticket, rather than refund all of them now and then have those people compete to purchase a new ticket against everyone else (which could be difficult if there are really significant additions) if they did change their mind.
  3. Trying to think optimistically and so bought a ticket this morning. Hopeful it will go ahead and I'll attend my first Primavera Sound - been on the bucket list for years!
  4. Does anyone know what time tickets will go on sale Wednesday?
  5. Saw Gorillaz play Rock Im Park 2018 after Foo Fighters, probably the best set I've seen out of the 400 or so bands I've been lucky enough to watch so far. Really fun band, great songs, stage presence and overall experience.
  6. Adding my name to the list who'd love to see Arcade Fire coming back next year, great band and one I'd love to see again.
  7. Love this as it means each time you look at it you spot someone you didn't catch the first glance over and makes that lineup feel just that little bit better every time.
  8. Lineup for this is brilliant, and agree that its provided a much needed sense of optimism and something to look forward to it. Am I right in thinking tickets will be on sale early next month?
  9. I've just submitted a form to claim for an e-voucher now. You get credit valid for any booking in the next 12 months, so I don't think there is a rush to know the dates right away as its not like its a like-for-like direct replacement. Only the booking needs to be made within 12 months, the actual date of travel can be after that (think they release schedule around 6 months in advance, so basically valid for travel late into 2021). Link here: https://www.eurostar.com/uk-en/travel-info/service-information/coronavirus-and-eurostar-service
  10. Ah thats good news then! Assumed it might be like other fests where they tend to creep up by about £5-10 or so each year. If this 5 day thing turns out to be true might still need an add on for that, mind.
  11. Anyone heard anything at all about either postponement or cancellation for these gigs? Got tickets for Kings of Leon but not sure whats going on with it and imagine announcement should come soon and seems inevitable
  12. Do we think the ticket credit will cover full like-for-like tickets for 2021? This was meant to be my first year going to Werchter, but I imagine its similar to other festivals where the ticket price increases a little each year. Reckon we will have to pay the difference or they'll give the credit to cover it fully?
  13. Am I blind or are The Get Up Kids not on this poster?
  14. No worries, I know they'll likely be clashes but still enough punk bands on the lineup - e.g. Gender Roles and Press Club too - to make it worth it for me. Am I right in thinking Donnington is near to East Midlands Parkway train station, so I could use that for public transport to get in and out for the day?
  15. Some festival maths below... 2000 Trees clashes with the first weekend of Park Live festival in Moscow (lineup here https://park.live/ ...its really good!) which I think people have used to rule out bands like Neck Deep as unlikely before. However, the MCR day also has Creeper (already confirmed for Trees) and Deftones day has Crossfaith (self confirmed at a show), and so I think that should give us more confidence that other bands could also do double duty between both festivals. Having a look through that could give us Neck Deep, Refused - though not sure they'd come back given the on stage comments last time - Fever 333, Frank Turner, Deftones (headline or bust) and Poppy. Considering acts from the second weekend as being active around the right time that could also give us ...Twin Atlantic (sorry), La Fontaines, Frank Carter (likely headline or bust), Yonaka, The Regrettes and Zebrahead and Placebo (likely headline or bust?). I imagine Sum 41 and Don Broco are ruled out due to Slam Dunk, The Offspring and Volbeat also out due to Download, Biffy, My Chemical Romance and The Killers are obviously all too large. Sam Fender, Royal Blood and aren't quite Trees' demographic and are also probably too big.
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