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  1. London Grammar? Seem like a good fit for APE. Third album due start of 2021. Hearing it’s GM & Reading weekends.
  2. That would make total sense. Is this a guess or a fact now?
  3. It was nice to live in a fantasy for a while..
  4. Agreed. Although AEG went head to head with wireless for this years cancelled BST (Post Malone & Kendrick), so if the move to August is true I don’t see them shying away from booking R&L style acts. With PJ also doing 2 nights at BST next year (possibly), maybe there’s legs in a similar idea for the baby sister site... I mean it’s unlikely, but the landscape has changed since Rage cancelled quite dramatically, and it’s pretty much accepted that summer next year will go ahead on the back of testing. Who knows..
  5. I saw this before a few months back, just thinking that AEG might have tried to tie them in for both next year.
  6. What’s the chance Rage will do this? B2B with Rock En Seine... a week after the US tour ends and suspiciously missing from Reading.
  7. I know I’m setting myself up here, but wouldn’t an age limit take away 90% of the people that build the festival sites and run them during live? Pretty sure you’d loose a fair few acts as well (maybe not too bad a thing..)
  8. I’ve realised your point is beyond question. I concede.
  9. She certainly managed to pull this years event off so close to lockdown. And political sway certainly is a trump card (pardon the pun). I just can’t help think that March will be far too soon for a full capacity Cheltenham to happen. It’ll depend on how the football crowds go. live nations cancellation of the Bryan Adams show in Germany is a good example of people trying too soon, and that was at a vastly reduced capacity.
  10. But will it? With sporting events limited capacity from October the likely hood is that by March Cheltenham Festival will run at about 1/3 capacity.
  11. Totally correct, but when you go on holiday 200,000 people aren’t on the plane or in the hotel. It’s very likely Glastonbury will be the first event back, and with it will come the full range of precautions that will slowly reduce over the course of 1-2 years.
  12. It’ll be departure points for buses with no additional pick ups, and arrival points for trains. Too many potential access points for others.
  13. Pretty much everyone has offsite areas for artist accreditation / truck parking / etc, so it wouldn’t take too much to repurpose these into drive through testing. can also see it being done at local railway stations and at the point of entry to coaches. To save turning people away at the gates
  14. I can see some events will put testing away from the main gates, either in car parks or in offsite locations within a certain radius of the site
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