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  1. First time doing the long slog from Edinburgh. Only ever went from London before. As Mez said above hopefully about 9 hours. Agree on the times tho, best they could be under the circumstances.
  2. Seetickets Edinburgh bus confirmed - 22:30 Tuesday, return 10:30 Monday.
  3. Music wise : Hot Chip, Super Furries, Echo & the Bunnymen, ACR, Roison Murphy, Optimo, Mik Artistik, Justin Robertson & Weatherall back to back and whatever I stumble upon in the woods. Other stuff : Hollie McNish & JCC
  4. Never had any issues with the security the last two years. Hide it well and you'll be fine. Never seen a dog either but thats not to say they weren't there. Also been able to get drink in to the village / main arena no problem. I'm leaving Scotland early tomorrow morning so have a great festie folks. Look forward to reading your tales once it's all over.
  5. It is quite hilly (especially near the campsite entrance) but if you walk for five minutes to the second field you'll find plenty flat space.
  6. http://www.dailypost.co.uk/whats-on/arts-culture-news/festival-no6-map-3-day-portmeirion-7719969 Last years map
  7. 3am Friday and Saturday, can't remember if Sunday was a bit earlier or not.
  8. Nowt as far as I'm aware. Pretty sure the village and music arena are closed and there's zero campsite entertainment.
  9. My group last year had more than the limit. No questions asked. You can't take your drink into the music arena or the village officially but it's fairly easy to smuggle a couple of cans or bag of wine in. We certainly never got caught. If I recall the bag searches between areas were random. Use your imagination and you'll be fine.
  10. Thie Village and the Woods are both shut by the time the headliners are on but you'll have two other music tents as well as whatevers on at the Castle this year. Krakum Rum tent was also there last year, not sure if thats back or not though.
  11. Last years highlights video now on YouTube
  12. Personally would like an electronic third headliner. Chemical Brothers, Leftfield or Hot Chip. Just a shame LCD are no more, reckon No 6 would have been ideal for them.
  13. Sorry to hear that. Personally I think it's a great 1st announcement. Different strokes for different folks I guess.
  14. Leaving in an hour from bonnie Scotland. Overnight in Manchester then on to Wales tomorrow morning. Safe journey folks.
  15. As far as I can remember the only place the set times could be found was the programme. I do remember a board at the campsite exit / arena entrance but pretty sure that only showed any last minute changes. The programme was actually really decent last year.
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