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  1. To be honest I wasn't sure about where Taylor Swift was based? I think if they're bigging up the special guest and it turns out to be FBS then it would be a massive surprise because what's the point in keeping him a secret (no offence to Fatboy Slim)?
  2. If they're going to continue the trajectory of having a massive popstar each year, then Taylor Swift, The Weeknd and even Drake I can see doing it. I think for Dua and Billie it depends on how well their next albums do - I can see Billie smashing it out the park with her new album and getting a headline slot from that, I think for Dua it depends on the strength on whatever comes after Future Nostalgia, because I wouldn't have pinned her as a headliner from her debut alone.
  3. I'm convinced it's Taylor Swift - the HAIM connection and the fact she was supposed to headline in 2020, plus I doubt she'd come to the UK and go through the hassle of quarantine just to pick up a BRIT. Also wouldn't be surprised if she gets announced as one of the 2022 headliners.
  4. I've never had the chance to go to Glastonbury (always been too young and parents who aren't into camping) so my housemates and I have bought tickets for the Sunday afternoon. Acts are hit and miss for me but it's the closest I've got to going so far, and money's for charity so all for a good cause!
  5. Hi, I went in 2019! It's scattered in venues all over the city, quite reasonably priced and a lot of fun!
  6. They've really delivered on the smaller acts this year, especially for Saturday (and significantly, more women!).
  7. 2 different stages with overlap but as Castle (which I think will be Chic) tends to finish 15/20 minutes earlier you could easily see parts of both sets if you wanted to.
  8. I think the problem with IOW currently is that they have 0 clue which demographic they're going for. The only headiners that seem to possibly fit together are Liam Gallagher and Snow Patrol - both David Guetta and Duran Duran are good performers but none of it seems to mesh together. As a younger person, if they want to attract the youth they need to step back and have a look at who their booking, because yes there's some good artists, but none that I particularly want to fork out IOW prices for if that makes sense.
  9. Can definitely see Liam back, his booker seems to have him down for every festival atm! In terms of HAIM, their tour falls literally the week before concerts get the go ahead and I think one of them is also immunocompromised? In which case they'd be more likely to return next year with their tour pushed back as well.
  10. Interested to see who will headline now Lewis Capaldi's pulled out. If I'm correct, does that mean the only headliner we know for certain is Bastille?
  11. Hopefully some more women for a start.
  12. I remember when they announced their tour they had a Victorious shaped hole in the dates so I assumed they would return? But I have 0 insider info.
  13. No joke I once had a dream it was Carly Rae Jepsen (and if it was I would love it, but aware that probably puts me in the minority here!).
  14. Safe but solid. Sunday it is then for me!
  15. Radio 1's Big Weekend set for second year online - BBC News
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