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  2. True, of course. But I'm not convinced that the people moaning on social media that Paul M is "more of a legend slot than a headliner" would be happier if they'd given Wolf Alice or Foals the gig instead. It doesn't matter who they book, some people will always moan.
  3. If anything, this announcement has proved that people will bitch on social media regardless of the announcement. Already people saying things like "not gonna bother in the resale now" or "won't pay off the balance if this doesn't get better". They literally couldn't book anyone bigger! Pyramid headliners are always a win win for me - either it's someone I want to see or it's someone who frees up time for me to go elsewhere!
  4. Emily answered this one in Cheltenham last month - yes.
  5. It's a great booking. I suspect the % of the audience who were there last time will be quite small so I don't think it's a lazy repeat booking. I saw him in 2015 on his tour and absolutely loved it. Would love to see him at Glastonbury as would some of our party who couldn't stretch to pay for tickets to his own gigs.
  6. If I was to guess (and that's what we do all day around here right?) I'd go with Noel G / Lana / Bon Iver as Pyramid 2020 subs.
  7. Kelis celebrating 20 years of her magnificent debut.
  8. Actually Koffee appears to only be doing the Mexico dates so she's still available.
  9. Tour dates are out - starts in the US on 26th June so we can rule him out of Glastonbury for 2020. Jenny Lewis and Koffee supporting in the US so we can rule them both out as well, I suppose.
  10. Solo stuff all went down really well I thought, he can definitely start to rely on that more at this own gigs now and save the Oasis numbers for the festivals and big outdoor shows.
  11. Saw Liam Gallagher in Cardiff last night - cracking setlist!
  12. Ticket Info Tickets will be available in a special pre-sale for our mailing list members this Wednesday Nov 13th at 10am through a special link you will receive by email that morning. The general onsale is Friday 15th Nov, 10am. Felt Mountain: The 20th Year Tour Dates Wednesday 25th March - Manchester, Albert Hall Thursday 26th March - Gateshead, Sage Gateshead Friday 27th March - Edinburgh, Usher Hall Sunday 29th March - London, Royal Festival Hall Tuesday 31st March - Birmingham, Symphony Hall Wednesday 1st April - Bexhill-On-Sea, De La Warr Pavilion
  13. Sunday 29 March @ Royal Festival Hall
  14. Hmm, strange. It appears for me. It's a 20th anniversary Felt Mountain tour in March 2020 anyway.
  15. Kano absolutely magnificent this week.
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