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  1. Yeah I'd defo say Springsteen, maybe T Swizzle if she's back touring. Then some others I can think of are Robbie Williams (on tour this Autumn/Winter though) and maybe Postie as he was supposed to be there in 2020, and is on tour still in 2023, and yet to announce UK dates
  2. https://clashfinder.com/l/nass2022/ Done the Clashfinder for anyone going👍
  3. absolutely incredible, not even joking when i say it's the best tent i've ever had! cheers for the recommendation guys!
  4. Yeah, was convinced on O Rod being a sub, but I think judging from the crowd she got at Glasto, and how bloody good her set was, plus she most likely will have have more music out by next summer and probably a very high slot at Coachella next year, she'd make sense and draw a huge crowd. Wet Leg have seem to have a great team behind them, so think 3rd down for them would make sense as well personally, especially with them seemingly going from strength to strength - and them also supporting Harry on tour early next year. Bicep I really hope happen, they deserve it, plus think most people who haven't already seen them will be pleasantly surprised, especially with their incredible laser/light show. The Kooks I am not 100% on, but could easily be someone like Sea Girls or another dark fruits band
  5. After Glasto and the size of Sam Fender and Olivia's crowds especially (and from how well Bicep went down there too), decided to do another quick little hit at a poster for 2023. To me it looks very R&L, and would imagine go down pretty well with most people - could also see Sigrid in place of Charli, Sigrid absolutely packed out the tent and did a really fab performance. EDIT: Forgot to change Future to Lil Baby, so just pretend it says that where Future is beneath Trav.
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    2023 Headliners

    Fri: Harry Styles / Dave Sat: Arctic Monkeys / Fleetwood Mac Sun: Taylor Swift Legend: Spice Girs / Robbie Williams / Shania Twain keeps changing, but those would be the top few choices i'd have for next years 3 headliners and legend
  7. All 3 full lineups are out, Wizkid is a massive get for Birmingham!
  8. Hi guys, seeing some mixed things on the Glasto website, I am getting dropped off tonight at around 11pm/Midnight or so - from the looks of it the shuttle bus will be running to the festival, will the queue for the festival be open at that point to join? Or would I just be waiting around elsewhere or at the drop-off zone? Cheers!
  9. Something like: MSE: Travis Scott | Harry Styles | Paramore MSW: Sam Fender | Bicep | Doja Cat I think would feel very current R&L, plus be an instant sellout
  10. I rate that a lot, shadow about Travis Scott in for Eminem, and maybe Lil Baby in for Migos especially considering I think(?) they've had some sort of falling out which is why Quavo & Takeoff have made their duo of 'Unc & Phew' but don't know for sure the craic with that. Bicep would be a solid booking and would imagine go down very well, if not, Chase & Status (Live) would be a class dance headliner instead. Other than that, would really rate that as an inital lineup and defo tempt me to R&L over Creams
  11. I do think though if you had Harry Styles headlining R&L, there would be an awful lot of people wanting to watch him, even if they aren't hardcore fans - especially enough to pay £80+ just to see him at his own show, but at R&L, I think there would be a lot more appeal from most people, especially given his big tunes and then like Kiwi and stuff like that of course. I think also at his own shows the vibe is very different (seen him 5 times this year), I definitely think there is a very welcome spot for him there, and would go down pretty well with the average attendee, especially if you throw in a big-ish rap act, and someone like Sam Fender, I'd imagine it would be a very fast sellout - only issue I could see with a name like HS is the die hard fans grabbing all the tickets and camping out at main stage all day, which happened at Big Weekend and (from what I heard) Coachella, which would definitely kill the vibe for some acts earlier on in the day, much like when Billie and TØP were booked as they both have a very loyal fanbase who will wait all day just to see them. Rambling a bit here, but I hope that at least sort of makes sense? Idk😂
  12. Sorted now, for anyone wondering, it's a free shuttle bus much like the one from Castle Cary station :)))
  13. Hi guys, sorry if this has been asked before, but is the shuttle bus from the drop off point free, or paid? If so, how much? Can’t seem to find the information in regards to that anywhere. Cheers!
  14. Hi guys, not sure if anyone is able to help at all, but my train on Wednesday morning (05:30) has been cancelled, and I was wondering if anyone is driving to the festival around 5-8.30am ish, I am able to a life up north (up to around Bristol area), but not directly at the festival, as my parents are heading up to Manchester. It would just be for me and my luggage - any offers or alternative transport suggestions would be really really appreciated, seems like all the early coaches from me are sold out/cancelled too - if a lift was possible, I would of course contribute towards fuel costs!
  15. I'd say so, subbed main stage last year and got a bigger crowd than Skepta (from what some of my mates said who saw him after DBE, I went Disclosure) - pretty big slot at R&L too this year, and probably will have more music out by next June too - think it'd make sense a rap option if they don't do both Valley headliners as dance/electronic acts
  16. I'm gonna go in with a few guesses... Headliners I've put in bold. Main Stage: Doja Cat, Wizkid, Stormzy, Cardi B, J. Cole, Lil Nas X, AJ Tracey, Aitch/Jorja Smith (or maybe subs), Becky Hill, PinkPantheress, Anne-Marie, Bru-C, Tate McRae, Mimi Webb, Tion Wayne, Stefflon Don, Fireboy DML and Tems The Valley: The Chemical Brothers, ODESZA (more me dreaming), Patrick Topping/MK (maybe a bump up to headline the stage), D-Block Europe, Calvin Harris (I'd say too big, but never say never), Major Lazer, Kano, Rudimental (live set), Fatboy Slim, Little Simz, Knucks, Mura Masa, DJ EZ, Honey Dijon, Annie Mac, Gorgon City and SASASAS Other Stages/Tents: Flume, Jax Jones, Joel Corry, High Contrast, Bonobo, Darkzy, Fisher, Michael Bibi, Hot Since 82, Alan Fitzpatrick, The Shapeshifters, Sam Divinr, Eli & Fur, Kaytranada, Mason Maynard, Mr Scruff, Kölsch, Franky Wah, Pete Tong, Jaguarm Denis Sulta, Luude, Benny L, LF System, Alcemist, Seth Troxler, Oden & Fatzo, Archie Hamilton, Sammy Virji, Chloé Robinon, Mall Grab, Lilly Palmer, Green Velvet, Ben Nicky, Jonas Blue, Flava D, Skepsis, Eli Brown, Ben Hemsley, Jodie Harsh, Anna Tur, other Parklife regulars, Parklife & Warehouse Project resident DJ's + More Other than acts, am really hoping for a re-jig to the whole site for next year, in particular the main area home to the Parklife Stage (main stage), The Hangar and The Temple - massive bottlenecks all weekend (same in 2021 too) and SO much sound bleed (especially if you were on the left hand side towards the back of The Temple, as all you could here was the bass from that stage, and then everything going on in The Hangar and on the Parklife Stage)... A roof back on The Hangar like the good old days would be perfect as well. The new tent for this year (Fuse/Metropolis) was great, but a lot of work is needed, especially in terms of size, they had to close it off multiple times on the Sunday due to it being so busy in there (don't really know what they expected tbh with how big Drum & Bass currently is...), so a larger scale version of that would be class. The XXL/Defected stage was great how it was this year, no problems at all with sound or overcrowding, same with The Valley, which still remains my favourite stage... Not really sure what they can do about the issues though, other than either reducing the capacity (which they clearly won't do), having less stages or making the whole site bigger (not sure if that'd be possible) - or maybe just a slight change of where the stages are located and putting The Hangar back into a tent would fix those issues, as it was only really last year it was properly noticeable about the sound bleed and really bad bottlenecks... Fingers crossed they look at and respond to everyone's feedback for next year!
  17. Just a heads up, Pinkpantheress has pulled out, hope everyone has a sick weekend! Stay safe!🕺
  18. Both Future and Headie One are big in their genres, Future headlined Wireless last year, Headie One gets fairly decent sized slots at festivals, including headlining Nass this year
  19. According to socials, Parklife is now sold out! A fair few on Twickets and Ticket Swap though if anyone missed out
  20. Yeah that's fair, had initially put Lil Baby there (similar-ish booking to Polo G this year, but I'd say Baby is bigger) but wanted to change it up from the last poster I did
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    Billie Eilish

    Hoping to hear No Time To Die live, fingers crossed - so excited to see her again in the field! Will definitely be a special set
  22. If Glasto get Dua, wouldn't at all be mad with Billie Eilish either, she absolutely smashed the concert last night in Manchester
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    Billie Eilish

    Saw her last night in Manchester, was absolutely amazing, put on a great show and had improved massively since I last saw her (Leeds Festival, 2019) - and was fab having the debut of 'TV', sounded like another personal one to her and can't wait for it to be released. Will totally smash the Glasto set, definitely try and catch her, even if you are undecided yet!
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