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    Tramlines 2018

    I'd expect Noel Gallagher, Courteeners, Two Door Cinema Club, will be knocking around. Maybe Snow Patrol?
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    BBC's The Biggest Weekend 2018

    25% booking fee? That's a new one. Even for Ticketmaster.
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    Field Day 2018

    Confirmed, it seems. 2nd and 3rd, apparently... https://www.iq-mag.net/2017/11/field-day-brockwell-park-move-confirmed/#.WhQg30pl-Ul
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    Mad Cool 2018

    I'm going this year. Has always looked ace.
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    All Points East Festival 2018

    From my understanding the booking fee rate tends to be driven, to an extent anyway, by the organisers, because they get such a large percentage of that back. Probably the reason Dice has started charging fees, because some promoters weren't get their cut with them?
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    Field Day 2018

    At least it's easy to get to...
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    Field Day 2018

    Clapham Common makes sense too given Winterville is part-run/owned by Field Day and that moved from Victoria Park to Clapham Common. Also, the council has authorised significantly more event days at Clapham Common. Shame it's moving from East London, given I wager a huge chunk of the festival goers live there.
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    Ritual Union, Oxford

    Only just seen this. Looks like its their first year? Anyone going? Peace, Black Honey, Bo Ningen, Toy, Flamingods and loads more. Looks a bit like Dot-to-Dot Festival but for Oxford. http://ritualunion.co.uk/
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    Y Not Festival 2017

    Have people had them from Gigantic, the main ticket agent, or were other agencies selling for Y Not as well?
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    Hope and Glory Festival Liverpool

    Skiddle and Eventbrite will have advanced cash from ticket sales to the organiser, which is something they should do their due diligence on. They're aware of the risks involved if the festival fails. They're doing the right thing though. I believe Eventbrite are refunding 50%? Better than none, but might just be them taking a smaller loss than if people charged back the full amount? People should think about that if they want the full amount, but not sure how easy it is? Interestingly, he keeps deleting and reactivating his social accounts. I think he's gone a bit mad. I DID feel sorry for him to start with...