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  1. Clarence Clemons


    Amazing, as always, live in Hackney last night! Was anyone else there? A much loved, and truly global, great live act - surely would be a great booking for Glastonbury 2020? 😊 Would be perfect for the Park stage or West Holts
  2. Citadel 2019 page for the annual Gunnersbury park indie festival last headlined by Tame Impala in 2018 I can see one hasn't been made yet this is for Predictions, Findings and Good times
  3. Wheels & Fins announcing their Sunday Bunker line up today at 12pm
  4. Wassup forums, me and a load of mates, having missed out on 2018, are thinking of going to the 2019 festival. Wondering who all of you beautiful people think headliners/ other significant bands/acts/whatever will be. many thanks, appreciate any responses!
  5. Hey guys, So this is my third time going to Glasto and I've managed to convince my boyfriend to come along with me, on the promise of good food and good music. Unfortunately, his tastes are a bit heavier than mine and whilst I'm pretty happy with the lineup so far he's not overly thrilled. I've tried to give him the old 'It's about more than the music' line, but I don't think he'll understand that until we get there. I really want him to be as hyped as I am, so if anyone knows of any confirmed or strongly rumoured acts that are on the heavier side of rock that I can use to get him excited I'd be really grateful! Also, if anyone has experience going as a rock fan in the past and you know the best places to hang out to see acts you like I'd love the tips.
  6. So who do we all reckon will be there next year, headliners, secret acts. also what sort of genre do you all reckon the majority of the festival will be.
  7. First time back on these forums for about a year due to my excitement of getting tickets for 2019! Was having a chat with my pal, and we were debating Bring Me The Horizon and Glasto? They absolute smashed the other stage in 2016 at a 7/8pm slot. With the new album coming out and Mantra doing quite well commercially, what do we think about the chances of them being there in 2019. Part of me thinks they could even sub the Pyramid if this new album goes well. Be a bit of a curveball much like Pendulum were in 2011 What do we recon?
  8. Montrose Music Festival or MoFest as it has become affectionately known as takes place at the end of May each year in Montrose, Angus. It has become a much anticipated, annual event across Scotland. The festival committee is a non-profit, volunteer run organisation, dedicated to promoting free live music of all styles and genres, and at all levels, in Montrose and surrounding areas. The festival actively promotes local acts as well as hosting musicians from across the United Kingdom. It has become successful locally, winning the Pride of Angus Award in 2008. MoFest opens with a Headliner concert on the Friday night which is the only ticketed event of the festival. The rest of the weekend is entirely free to the public. To mark the tenth year of the festival, the committee secured two Headline acts; Deacon Blue on Friday night and the Beach Boys on Sunday evening to bring the festival to a close. Saturday and Sunday is when attendees have the chance to pick from around 150 gigs in over 20 venues across the town. Saturday & Sunday also sees the “Big Stage” situated on Montrose’s Historic High Street where you will see a showcase performance from a variety of acts that are also appearing in other venues around the town. This is always hugely popular with families of all ages coming out to enjoy the music and the many stalls and activities that are situated along the closed roads. As the venues wind down on Sunday evening, we host a “Survivors Night” where people can enjoy a well earned rest (if they have made it through the weekend) and enjoy some impromptu music, laughs and socialising at the end of the festival weekend. Montrose’s unique urban layout makes its busy town centre an ideal place for this type of event. Most of the venues are within walking distance with the exception of two which are easily accessible by car, bus or taxi… and if you get lost, just look for the Montrose’s imposing 75m high steeple which is the perfect meeting place next to our “Big Stage” with its dominating spire that can be seen all over the town.
  9. Breaking Bands Festival in its 3rd year after 2 sold out years. Award shortlisted for 'Best New Festival' in 2015 as well as 'Best Small Festival' and 'Best Festival for Emerging Talent' for 2016 the event now goes bigger with 3 stages and 47 bands over the 3 day bank holiday weekend. Friday night sees hardcore dubstep metallers Seething Akira take the stage as sub-headliners with an explosive finish to day 1 in the way of old school thrashers Forgotten Remains. Saturday has a real mixed bag of rock and metal throughout the day ending with a trio of heavy hitting rockers Die No More, Falling Red and headliners Massive Wagons. Sunday kicks off with flock rockers The Featherz and then goes into a frenzy of rock throughout the day building up for a great finale as Metasoma from London treat us to a mix of rock and metal before Sunday special guest band Acid Reign take the stage and blow the night apart with their full on thrash attack to show the crowd why they came back after 25 years! The weekend boasts 3 stages with the main stage indoors and a marquee split stage of acoustic and electric throughout the weekend. With real ales, cheap draught beers and the best food stalls for value, everything has been planned just right for a bank holiday to remember. Each year the fans vote on a theme for the festival and have some fun dressing up and taking part in theme style activities. This year the theme is superhero's and as a family friendly event where kids under 14 get in for £1, its the perfect setting for a fun weekend. Day tickets for Saturday and Sunday are £20 each and weekend tickets with free camping are just £30 which includes Friday entry to the festival. With proper toilets and showers, a great central location with the backdrop of the Malvern Hills, its one of the best weekends of the year for music. Tickets are on sale now at http://www.breakingbandsfestival.com or http://www.wegottickets.com/f/10593 The lineups for the weekend (not in stage order) The Session Studio Main Stage: ------------------------------ Friday: Dakesis, Fahran, Syren City, Seething Akira (sub headline, Forgotten Remains (headliner) Saturday: Colour Of Noise, Core Of IO, Die No More, Donkerkarnuffel, Footprints In The Custard, iDestroy, Pilla, Sinnergod, Superhooch, Falling Red (sub headline), Massive Wagons (headline) Sunday: Damn Dice, Departed, Escaping Arkham, Gang, Gothzilla, Hell’s Gazelles, Syteria, The Featherz, Wicked Stone, Metasoma (headline), Acid Reign (special guests) The AsylumSeventy7 Stage: ------------------------- Saturday: Kaine, Neverworld, Red Spektor, Scream Serenity Sunday: Dealer UK, The Filth Hounds, The Loved & Lost, Vain Galen The Acoustic Stage: ------------------ Saturday: Black Forge, Huffy, Hybrid9, Ian Bourne, Redwire, The Idol Dead Sunday: Little Terry, Monica & The Explosion, Stonepit Drive, The Senton Bombs, Voytek Golbiak (Metasoma), Without Grace
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