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  1. Social Isolation/boredom got to me, I've made a full half prediction half dream line up for next year. Thought I'd put some potential names out there just to see if they're realistic or if for some reason they'd definitely not be there next year. Please Discuss Weekend 1 Friday East Stage King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard Animal Collective The Dandy Warhols The Brian Jonestown Massacre Ty Segall & The Freedom Band Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever Psychedelic Porn Crumpets North Stage MGMT The Chats
  2. No way they'd sub Reading. They've headlined Coachella. They'll be at least Co-Headlining Reading if they're there. can't see them playing Glasto next year either, it was only 2019 when they last headlined the Other Stage.
  3. Would probably imagine cancellation would be more favourable to them. They're not an independent festival so im sure the financial loss from cancellation wouldn't be causing them too much stress.
  4. Glastonbury First Announcement (In Full and Readable) Kendrick Lamar Paul McCartney Taylor Swift Diana Ross Suzanne Vega Thom Yorke: Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes Thundercat Tinariwen TLC Tom MIsch & Yussef Dayes Tones & I The Waterboys Robyn Rufus Wainwright Sam Fender Sampa The Great Seun Kuti Sinead O’Connor Skunk Anansie Snarky Puppy Soccer Mommy The Specials Squid The Staves Supergrass London Grammer Mabel Manic Street Preachers Metronomy Nadine Shah
  5. David Cameron it would seem.
  6. Could See Sigur Ros headlining this festival next year if they're active then.
  7. Might be a bit of a pipe dream but Arcade Fire with a supporting line up of Modest Mouse, Death Cab for Cutie, The Dandy Warhols, Big Thief, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Manchester Orchestra, The Growlers, White Denim, Orville Peck, Sunflower Beam, Bodega, Thyla, Mosa Wild and Harlem would be an absolute dream and would easily sell out at top price.
  8. Totally agree. However, I am struggling to think of a suitable female headliner that could shift 40k tickets at full price, Lana Del Ray would have been perfect but she's been ruled out, Florence I can't see doing It, Fka Twigs would be great but I don't think she'd shift that many tickets, Bjork and The XX headlined a couple of years ago, the closest would be Haim, they could possibly shift a few tickets at the lower price bracket but I couldn't see them selling out a full priced day.
  9. So are Arcade Fire gonna be the final Headliner as a UK or World Exclusive. Just for clarification, I am grasping at straws because I really want it to be them, but it would make sense that they'd have the potential best selling headliner as the final announcement, and having it on the Sunday of the second weekend would make a pretty special final show of the festival. I know they were rumoured earlier in the forum but they haven't directly said that they aren't active this year, so if they were there it'd certainly bring the festival from the pits of despair that its currently in.
  10. Although to be honest, I can't see a lot of people being disappointed by that. If he was on the first weekend, Childish Gambino, Tame Impala and Massive Attack would be pretty awesome. Its gotta be someone more controversial than him.
  11. A secret set from Rage Against The Machine in the Giant Squid
  12. The band with the longest name in the world is a death metal band from South Africa called Xavlegbmaofffassssitimiwoamndutroabcwapwaeiippohfffx.
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