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  1. In my opinion, the tent line-up is one of the strongest yet. Certainly when you look at 'quality' or compare it to 2018 where you had the likes of Marshmello, James Bay, Parov Steler or Khalid on very high positions in the Barn. This year, tents are maybe a bit more alternative, but almost all good quality acts. Also, some more adventurous bookings like GoGo Penguin or Joep Beving, which I like very much! The fact that the Slope has a more diverse line-up this year is a good thing, isn't it? Strongest slope ever in my opninion. The only downside for me on this line-up is the Main Stage line-up during the day and the fact that there are a lot of repetitions from 2017, 18 or 19, even with smaller bands (Miles Kane, Gang of Youths, Last Internationale, Emma Bale ...). They also lack some more popular names for a younger crowd on the line-up (missing out on all three of FKA Twigs, Tyler and Stormzy for example is strange). Too much dadrock on too high positions I think compared to acts which appeal to a younger crowd.
  2. Not for Primavera though? She cancelled her EU-tour in February and March.
  3. This is just a very beautiful announcement! That thursday is looking really stacked now on Slope, Barn and KlubC! A lot of beautiful names for me. Apparat, Sampa the Great, Marc Rebillet, Eefje De Visser, Lianne la havas and City and Colour amongst others!
  4. They are playing in Switzerland and Paris too. Quite strange that RW missed them twice with their new album. They could really draw a big crowd at Werchter, I think.
  5. I found them terribly boring in 2018, but with a new album, they will always be a possibility I suppose. But no dates yet in Europe, so I wouldn't count too much on them being there.
  6. Tame Impala has been ruled out by Jazebel. The only possibilities that haven't been ruled out yet are KOL, The National and Posty for the moment. It's very strange to see Posty being added to BST on the 2nd of July, while the festival normally goes from Friday to Sunday. That's why I think he's the most likely one to be our missing co-headliner on Friday. It would also be a logic addition as they have the undercard and that Saturday to attract younger people to buy a combi ticket, but they miss an interesting headliner for that target group on one of the other days.
  7. Really love this announcement! GoGo Penguin is a very strong booking. Phoebe Bridgers, girl in red, Rex Orange County, Jehnny Beth, Banks, Loyle Carner ... all very beautiful names for me! Looking forward to next week. Now hoping the most for Angel Olsen.
  8. Liam is nowhere near as big as London Grammar in Belgium. To have a strong day, there should certainly be something in between Liam and Strokes. As Tame seems to be ruled out, I hope for The National. But Editors after their Antwerp show seems the best shout.
  9. They changed Disclosure to Barn which makes more sense to me.
  10. Very strong announcement! Barn on sunday is looking really strong. Big thief - Kiwanuka - Kacey - Thom is a very good way of closing the festival for me. Disclosure as main stage act is a bit of a surprise for me, but I like it!
  11. I really hope that K will be Kacey Musgraves.
  12. Cigarettes After Sex announced via Bandsintown. It's with the wrong date though, but they could be the C in Jazebel's hint. They seem to sell out every 2k-venue they play in Belgium very quickly, so wouldn't expect them too low.
  13. Caribou also tours in July, so he could also play Werchter or Dour. He is very likely, but wouldn't call him definite.
  14. They played in 2017. Zwangere Guy played last year and I expect Brihang to play this year.
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