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  1. The Cure / Janelle Monae / Chemical Brothers / Interpol / Kylie / Johnny F Marr / Ms Lauryn Hill / Janet Jackson / Idles / CatQ I have a horrible feeling I'm going to be clashed out of half my favourites 😭
  2. ilovelanegan

    Clashes 2019

    This would be an absolute stinker- pretty much the top 3 names on my list, if they're ALL on simultaneously I think I'll have a little breakdown.
  3. Already plenty to keep me busy - Chems/ Cure/ Janelle all high on my list (tempting fate with a clash nightmare there aren't I...?!?) Some of the pop stuff will be really good fun and great to see such a strong female presence with Kylie, Janet, Lauren Hill. Johnny F Marr, Idles, Interpol, Hot Chip, Christine &tQs, Streets, and reckon WuTang will be worth a watch. Plus a fair few names I've been meaning to check out. So, yeah, that'll do nicely for now.
  4. We had a festival/fete theme for our wedding, including festival lanyard invitations (see photo- with a running order for the weekend (we had stuff going on the days before and after as well- yes, we milked the occasion); wellies as table centrepieces (small kids ones that we used to hold the flowers) and a wooden signpost showing what was 'onsite'. Lots of our guests stayed in bunk rooms at the venue so that was designated as 'camping' and we gave them all special wristbands and vouchers for free drinks. It was awesome - you'll have so much fun!
  5. NO! Genuinely gutted. Electric frontman. Incredible band.
  6. ilovelanegan

    The Cribs

    Love them. Afternoon slot in JP would go down very nicely thank you, if they'd do it. Step down from headlining a few years ago but I was there and it was sadly very sparse.
  7. Late Saturday night 4 of us were looking to carry on the party after a few post-headliner beers at the Park, decided against the madness of the naughty corner (we love it, but my cousin, whilst having a LOVELY time, was only functioning at about 50% consciousness and we know how busy it gets) so decided to give Arcadia a go. Oh. My. God. The mud was beyond epic. People flailing everywhere. The queue for the bar was just 2 ropes containing a literal mudbath. Everyone went down at some point, and was immediately helped back up by friendly hands. Between the effort of walking, the punishingly loud sound system and the constant hilarity we were weak with laughter- it was so not the night we expected but all the more brilliant for that. Yeah, 2016 was good.
  8. I loved 2016. Apart from getting a bit excited and overdoing it on Thursday night, being put to bed and waking up with the worst hangover of all time on Friday. Then the Brexit result sent me into weeping existential dread for a few hours but... Christine and the Queens brought me back to life. Heaton and Abbott. Sigur Ros. ELO. John Grant. New Order. Fisherman's Friends. And the absolute TRIUMPH that was LCD. Yeah, it was muddy, the build up was full of doomsday talk and misguided (non attending) folks being smug about the 'inevitable' quagmire but it seemed to me that almost made everyone a bit nicer- saw loads helping each other. Dunkirk spirit and all that!
  9. Good God that was a good year. Neil Young, YYYs, Spinal Tap, Nick Cave, Bluuuuuuuuuuur. I made good choices. I mean it's always a good year though isn't it. Is anyone else way more excited at all the potential JP names being thrown around, rather than the Other?
  10. Even more pressure to get 2020 tickets then...
  11. After their TRIUMPHANT performance in 2016, any chance of a return visit? Too soon? God that was a great show.
  12. Just had this useful (albeit widely advertised!!) link sent in my weekly email from MSE - https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/team-blog/2018/10/missed-out-on-glastonbury-tickets--how-you-can-still-go-for-free/ Includes info and registration links for various organisations including Oxfam Shelter, Festaff, WaterAid, litter picking etc.
  13. Thanks that's reassuring. And it made me check my bank account more closely - mine doesn't actually list pending transactions BUT noticed my available funds is £309 less than it should be, so that's presumably it, plus another small transaction that hasn't cleared. Relaxing a bit now!
  14. So, after weeks of planning, spreadsheets and the frustration of a glitchy booking page in Thursday's sale, lucky me somehow got in on Sunday and (after the standard white page of doom/ enter details/ crash/ backup/ proceed x several attempts/ card refused/ 2nd card accepted) managed to get 6 tickets for our group. I've had the email confirmation and checked on the Seetickets website, it's all confirmed. BUT no money taken yet. Should I be worried? Don't think it's ever taken this long before... There are adequate funds and I've had confirmation - they couldn't renege on it at this stage could they?
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