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  1. 2019 - 14 It would have been 16 if Sam Fender and Snow Patrol hadn't pulled out.
  2. Rescheduled Fontaines D.C. for October 2021. It's a bit annoying how they've rescheduled the Friday date in Manchester for a Wednesday and then are adding a new one for the Friday.
  3. Artwork on the compostable toilets near the Pyramid: Sons of Kemet on The Park: Foals (not so) secret set: The Cure closing the Pyramid on the Sunday night:
  4. The atmosphere and excitement of the queue. Went coach in 2019 so it will first time being there and waiting overnight for the gates to open. But driving down from Manchester listening to music then finally starting to see signs of Glastonbury as we get closer to the festival will be awesome. The atmosphere in the queue (Gate C) after waiting for 3 years will be immense and will be the start of the greatest weekend ever.
  5. Phoebe as the first headliner back, on the Park stage would just be magical. Ending on I Know The End would be a proper Glastonbury moment. Or a Sunday, Rex Orange County-esque headline set would also be great. It'd be a nice addition if there was a full backing band as hearing live strings and trumpets would elevate the set to another level.
  6. Karma Police: My favourite band of all time, playing my favourite song of all time, at my favourite place in the world. This song has some kind of sentimental value for me, I wouldn't ever say it's their "best" but it's definitely my favourite, it really clicks with me on another level that very few songs have. At the time I didn't really give a shit about Radiohead, my dad recalls, as he was watching this set live on TV. I was more interested in Sheeran who was on two nights later. My dad had watched Glastonbury for years and years and 2017 was the year he decided that we'd tr
  7. Miyn

    Gigs of the year 2020

    Editors - Manchester Apollo
  8. Wasn't that wrong to be fair. Got ridiculed on here for saying that I thought they were facing each other.
  9. They've said about a gazillion times that there's gonna be no main stage clashes. They've answered loads of questions on social media about whether acts are going to clash, but nothing on how many stages there's going to be. We don't have a clue at the moment. It's anyone's guess. I'd have thought that there facing each other with the usual space of the main stage field between them, as they don't need two main stage fields worth of space if only one band is on at once.
  10. It just seems unlikely, as they have 'many more acts to be announced'. If it was only 2-3 stages they wouldn't have released so much of the lineup. I think they've just put an assortment of acts on the poster that will play each day.
  11. Yeah it is odd. But I'm pretty certain they won't put a dance act on at like 1pm.
  12. They've put out things like it before for other years: Sorry for shit quality, I couldn't find a way to download and insert files on my phone. But I'm sure you can understand what I mean. They've sometimes put the day splits in the same area, but it doesn't mean they're playing the same stage.
  13. Probably means there is gonna be the usual amount of stages.
  14. There can't possibly be just two stages, they've only announced a handful of acts and if there was only two they'd be hardly anyone else to announce. There's so many more acts that are around next year that were meant to be playing this year. Hopefully we'll get people like IDLES, Fontaines and Sam Fender. It would make the lineup somewhat bearable.
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