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  1. Pretty strong lineup! Does anyone know if they still do the 'day camping' option for single-day ticket holders? I know they offered it a few years back but can't find any info on the website.
  2. Exactly this - all our group had decided on Chic but my cousin and I are huge Portishead fans. So we started at the Other stage with Beth & co and it was mesmerising- proper spine-tinglingly good. We couldn't believe our luck. But all our pals / siblings were at Chic... so after about half the set we reluctantly dragged ourselves away and jogged across to Chic. Found the gang, had an absolute party. I regret NOTHING.
  3. Oooh hope this is true. Manics would be a must-see for me.
  4. Cheers - might let him try his luck at 7pm then, don't really fancy trekking up to WV to sign them in!
  5. Possibly a stupid question but can you book Worthy View for someone else? A friend has stayed there the last few years and asked if I can book them a tent in the 6pm pre-sale (as I have a coach ticket) but I don't know if I can transfer it to them/ if they can show up without me. NB before I get shouted at, I do realise this is a green initiative to encourage coach users but they did TRY for tickets in the coach sale, got them in main sale instead and will be travelling by NatEx, so I'd like to help if I can.
  6. TLC are playing London on Mon June 29th to mark 25 years (wtf!) of CrazySexyCool. Interesting timing...? https://www.nme.com/news/music/tlc-return-london-25th-anniversary-crazysexycool-2568244
  7. ilovelanegan

    The Streets

    For weeks before and all festival I couldn't decide who to see between Cure, Christine and Janelle. Was always a bit tempted by Streets though and made a last minute decision to see them as I've seen all the others and pretty much the whole crew was going. My sister and I got waylaid on route and only arrived late, just as they were starting- saw how massive the crowd was and thought the worst. BUT our friends were inside the tent on the far right, gave us directions/encouragement and we started inching our way through the throng. 20 minutes later, having VERY politely squeezed, pleased and thank-you'd our way through a surprisingly accommodating crowd, via a 6'8" guy who was a total gent and pointed out the flag we were aiming for inside- we made it to our crew. Cue absolute scenes, inflatables, Skinner with the crowd in the palm of his hand, Fit But You Know It going completely off. Was amazing. And to top it off, we scampered straight to the Pyramid afterwards and caught the best 35 minutes of the Cure's set as well - we are lucky, lucky people. Glastonbury I love you so much.
  8. James Norton watching Sharon van Etten with a bunch of mates - they all seemed to know every word and were LIVING for her.
  9. Yep, it was kind of ideal weather wise. Bit overcast in the mornings = sleeping til a reasonable hour. Plenty of sun, a few showers, not too hot and not too wet. The Goldilocks of festival weather, if you will.
  10. Yep same. There's nowhere to hide when it's a hot one- 2010 was HARD.
  11. This all sounds very promising
  12. Got that coach in 2016 and we flew through - not much queue, through the gates before midday. Hope it's equally smooth sailing this year!
  13. Yep I don't care about being right at the front, just as long as we're hanging out with the dancers instead of the talkers...! I'm hoping for an LCD 2016 experience but that might be wishful thinking...
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