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  1. would love a Psych fuzz/stoner rock/Punk Rock day with the likes of Tame Impala King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard Fat White Family Yak Squid Parquet Courts Snapped Ankles Graveyard Thee Oh Sees Fontaines D.C Pond Fidlar The Chats Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever Idles Truckfighters Psychedelic Porn Crumpets Bass Drum Of Death Skegss
  2. Apparently after Coachella, Tame Impala are averaging about $750,000 per festival performance. I think they’d see it as a bit of a downgrade Headlining Ynot Festival.
  3. Ynot always tend to have at least one huge headliner. for example in 2017 they had Stereophonics who have headlined festivals such as TRNSMT, Isle of Wight and Reading n Leeds, having a band such as Foals headline isn't really a one off thing for Ynot. Bearing in mind that Royal Blood haven't even headlined a medium sized festival before and they're gonna be in a similar position as Foals are this year promoting a new album, I still reckon they're set to headline next year imo.
  4. Really? Foals have Co-Headlined Reading and Leeds and they played Ynot this year, Whereas Royal Blood are only Sub-Headlining Reading this year. and since Royal Blood have never headlined a festival they're more likely to start headlining festivals such as Ynot & Truck and then in a few years or when album 4 comes out they then move onto Headlining major festivals such as Reading and Isle of Wight
  5. Finally home after an amazing weekend. The 2019 line up was pretty special in my opinion, they really set the bar high for 2020. It's still early days but In my opinion I can see Royal Blood headlining next year. Festivals seem to be wanting new headliners and Royal Blood, with their new album coming out soon, seem to be the perfect candidate.
  6. Yeah it's pretty uninteresting, but unfortunately thats the way the mainstream music world is at the moment. I definitely agree that Lewis Capaldi is way to popular to put on the Introducing Stage, the only reason he is on there is because he did a secret set at Glastonbury on the introducing stage.
  7. Radio 1 Stage - Catfish and The Bottlemen Festival Republic Stage - Gerry Cinnamon BBC Introducing - Pale Waves BBC Introducing - Lewis Capaldi
  8. 1) The Killers 2) The Cure 3) Tame Impala
  9. Would have to disagree, The position Rag and Bone man is in is a higher position than Lewis Capaldi. Typically whoever sub headlines the big top plays the same time or overlaps with the headliner on the main stage so it would have to be a large act that can attract a good size crowd even when the headliner is on. Lewis Capaldi has managed to sell out 2 nights at Wembley arena alongside a host of other uk dates and if he played the big top stage, it would be absolutely rammed in there, so Main Stage is probably best for him in my opinion. : )
  10. Just booked my ticket for next year, the line up always has a few good ones on there and if it doesn't, there's always something good on in Kashmir cafe or at Cirque De Quirk. So, my prediction for next year (still early days so I'm most likely miles off) is Friday Main Stage Foals Snow Patrol Tenacious D Seasick Steve Zara Larsson Big Top Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls Rag N Bone Man Midnight Oil Mabel Plastic Mermaids Saturday Main Stage Mumford and Sons The Lumineers Doves Lewis Capaldi Kate Nash Big Top Franz Ferdinand Dropkick Murphys The Damned Beans On Toast Dr Feelgood Sunday Main Stage Florence + The Machine Santana The Specials Johnny Marr The Wailers Charlie XCX Big Top Primal Scream Squeeze Billy Bragg The Pigeon Detectives Louis Berry
  11. Good Line Up. I think it'll either go two ways Option 1 They'll go back to how Isle of Wight use to be with Bigger Headliners but less of a strong undercard. If they do go in that direction I can see it being Friday - Red Hot Chili Peppers Saturday - Gorillaz , Snow Patrol Sunday - Foo Fighters Option 2 They stay on the path they're on at the moment by having some smaller headliners but a stronger undercard instead. if that is the case then I can see it being Friday - Catfish and The Bottlemen Saturday - Florence + The Machine, New Order Sunday - Mumford and Sons This is still very speculative however at this present time this is who I think it could possibly be
  12. 1st weekend Massive Attack Vampire Weekend (special guest) Bombay Bicycle Club Lana Del Ray Weekend 2 Foals Tame Impala Arcade Fire
  13. The 1975 (20) -5Royal Blood (25) Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes (40) + 5 Enter Shikari (5)
  14. Its a jump up for Broco, they have a massive following and they're an arena sized band. Slaves are also a massive draw for people, if Blossoms can do it then so can Slaves. Neck Deep are that low because of where they are on the Slam Dunk Line Up. Slipknot is a bit of a wildcard Headliner. Gunna have to dissagree on Brockhampton as well.
  15. Very Optimistic I know but I'd love for 2020's Line up to be something like this.
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