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  1. Yeah, I’ve been getting tickets for gigs on the presumption that they’ll be moved as a kind of saving scheme for next year. I’ve still got numerous gigs,3 festivals and two holidays I paid for in 2019 that I haven’t gone to yet so I’m filling up 2022 with gigs I’m paying for this year. At some stage, when I’m skint, I’ll be a year ahead of schedule in pre-paid gigs. Haha.
  2. Exactly. If the government were sure that festivals would be going ahead in July and August then the decision to underwrite the risk for the festival organisers would be an easy one.
  3. Yes, I’ve finally accepted that now. Just been clinging to hope as it’s hard to take that we’ve gone from the likes of RATM and Idles to Post Malone and CATB.Haha.
  4. Further to this, Judas Priest have cancelled all 2021 dates except for the Bloodstock one. Sounds positive.
  5. Bloodstock seem pretty confident of going ahead in mid August judging by the organisers comments and the fact that they are still booking bands, albeit British ones. Arctangent are a week later, only 5000 capacity, and have said in a recent livestream for Bristol Exchange that all is in order to go ahead as normal and they had ‘just come off the phone to Opeth’s management and they have confirmed that they still plan to come over’. Reading/Leeds seem to act as if it’s going ahead too, though they have been delaying announcing the line up so that doesn’t sound too good but that’s like
  6. I think the optimism on festivals going ahead came from the announcement of the 21st June date as things being ‘broadly back to normal’. This was almost immediately followed by Reading/Leeds and many other festivals tweeting something along the lines of ‘all systems go’ or ‘see you all in August’. Since then the confidence has started to slip and several cancellations later has increased the doubt but you can understand why people thought that festivals would be happening.
  7. Would be a huge disappointment if Truck have managed to bag all of these ahead of R/L, especially as Idles and Fontaines DC were booked for last year before it got cancelled.
  8. Does this make Idles more or less likely for Reading/Leeds?
  9. Will need to wait until the announcement but If QOTSA and Fever 333 pull out due to travel restrictions and if there is no Pit stage then I’ll be selling a couple.
  10. Don’t you mean when you had to pop into the newsagents, look at the Reading Festival advert to see any additions, then put the mag back on the shelf, haha.
  11. I never watch sets back on YouTube for this very reason. If you enjoyed it at the time then leave it at that, don’t spoil the memories. Especially by looking at someone’s ropey footage filmed on their phone.
  12. The main downside would be the twice daily dose of a ‘leaked line-up’ on here haha
  13. Here’s my three (though most of March was spent listening to Architects which was released on the last day of Feb) Arab Strap Dfa1979 Tomahawk
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