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  1. 1. Enter Shikari 2. The 1975 3. Royal Blood
  2. I agree with Stormzy, i’m pretty confident he’ll top the bill next year too but i can’t see them booking Green Day and The Strokes in the same year neither of them are really relevant anymore, i’m just hoping they book an act that’s actually doing something at the moment. I would hope for: Stormzy / Foals / The Strokes but if they’re going to book one heritage rock act i can see it being Green Day more than i can see it being The Strokes
  3. Has anybody been able to print their tickets yet?
  4. They said on the website that set times will be released 10/15 days before the festival, should get them either today or tomorrow

    2020 wishlists

    The 1975 Arctic Monkeys Tyler, The Creator Frank Ocean BROCKHAMPTON Biffy Clyro Kasabian Jungle Chase & Status Royal Blood

    2020 headliners

    The 1975 Kendrick Lamar Fleetwood Mac Legend: Bob Dylan? Secret: Biffy Clyro
  7. Personally i think this set has been amazing, ive been in awe all the way through.. i’m young enough to of grown up whilst the zeitgeist in england has been grime, to see Stormzy headlining Glastonbury is mind blowing considering he was just a tiny name when i first discovered him, i can’t imagine what he’s feeling on that stage right now and he’s killed it, can tell he’s put so much effort and energy into this performance and his career is just going to keep going from strength to strength, within the last few months he’s achieved a number one and headlined the pyramid and he’s going to continue to smash it
  8. Neighbourhood Festival was announced earlier today with Miles Kane taking the headline slot being joined by exciting up and coming acts such as Easy Life, The Academic, Lady Bird, Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard, Otherkin and Kid Kapichi to take place in Manchester City Centre throughout 15 different venues on the 12th October. 50+ more names to be added in the future
  9. Headie One, Octavian and YBN Nahmir are the only noteable names on there for me, much better rap acts on other stages though such as AJ, Gunna, NAV and Lil Uzi
  10. there was a stampede of people trying to get in, it was only safe to shut it down otherwise someone would of probably been injured, the video of it is shocking.. i too am really excited about his return but with more planning and ticket sales he’ll be able to safely host shows in england where the police won’t have to intervene, hope there will be a tour announcement soon
  11. can safely rule Denzel Curry out, just looked at his tour schedule and he has shows with $UICIDEBOY$ on the Friday and Saturday in Los Angeles can see it being The Sherlocks and Sam Fender
  12. There’s some brilliant acts further down the line up such as Peaness, Mavi Phoenix, Sea Girls, The Big Moon, The Blinders.. apart from The 1975 there are no big acts that i’m super excited for but the smaller acts are buttering me up, Peaness especially they’re exceptional! i’ve lowered my expectations now for future announcements (although i do think there’s still room for some big late night dance acts) but i’m still hoping for the likes of Pale Waves (who are playing Latitude that weekend) and Jade Bird (not sure what she’s up to around the time but she’s active this summer)
  13. if you’ve never heard The Hunna before give ‘Piece By Piece’ and ‘You & Me’ a listen, they’re the best in my opinion, will be sure to get the crowd going too
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