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  1. https://halloweentownfestival.com/ Thought this looked interesting, because 1) it's in Bedford and 2) that's an eclectic lineup! Craig David, Nathan Dawe and Majestic one day. Andy C, DJ EZ, David Rodigan and Shy FX the next. Levellers, Peter Hook and Dreadzone the final day!
  2. Exactly. You can sort of see how they got to £50, but given the lineup and equivalent out there AND it's at Northants cricket ground, it still seems high to me.
  3. Hmm. Sleaford Mods and Billy Nomates? I'm tempted.
  4. One of the ticket sites. Dice, I think. Edit: Here it is on AXS. £50 + fees. 10% everywhere, I guess. https://www.axs.com/happylandfaqs?q=Happyland
  5. Standard for most, I'm afraid. Card fees/processing fees and all those costs get absorbed by the ticket agent, then again refunding orders. Plus whatever other costs there are. I doubt most festivals will pay that back to the ticket agent and the ticket agent isn't in a position to insist their client does, so the customer gets saddled with it.
  6. Are we expecting more bands to be announced for this? Ideally some acts from Manchester Psych Fest which is the day before Wide Awake?
  7. This is new. https://southfacingfestival.com/ Looks like a concert series that lasts pretty much all of August. Max Richter, The Streets, Supergrass and Dizzee Rascal announced so far. Interesting! And on my doorstep.
  8. Got my refund too. Might still buy it again for 2021 if things pan out.
  9. Same. I was told to hold tight, it's coming. Assume some insurance money has to come in at some point. Sounds painfully slow to me...
  10. Going off other events, it'll be a free drink voucher and something along the lines of keeping your ticket at 2020 price instead of a 5-10 euro increase for 2021. Still, if people can afford it, they should keep their ticket. Bit odd having to wait until June 3rd to request a refund though.
  11. No doubt Primavera has to work out how to refund all their customers via DICE. They've got get those millions back that've been spent on infrastructure, deposits, etc. There are a ton of moving parts, so you'd hope people would have some common sense and patience. You see some of the replies for postponements and cancellations and the grief they and the ticket agents are getting is a bit OTT.
  12. I think they do the Mighty Hoopla and there's that other festival, Cross The Tracks (I think?), which run on concurrent days with the same production. I imagine it was trying to move lineups for 3 days for 3 different festivals that caused most the issues. I got cheap tickets, so I'll keep mine for now.
  13. June 5th? Doesn't feel as if this will happen on that date. Given most the bands are UK based, feels like it could maybe move to September easy enough, perhaps? Assuming the festivals they share the weekend with can do the same. Such a shame for what was looking like a great first year.
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