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Ok, hands up, who would have predicted that the only person not to cancel a gig in the summer of 2020 would be Sam Fender?

The price went up after The Courteeners finished.

Boomtown have bagged no IDLES as a UK festival exclusive.

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Been struggling for Christmas present ideas for the girlfriend so that Blondie/Garbage tour might have been announced at just the right time! Just hope she doesn’t mind waiting 11 months for her present to actually be of use...

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I got the Bring Me The Horizon tickets. About £50 including fees, which I think the last tour was. What an andrenaline rush that was - not felt it since february!

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I had an even bigger rush than T-Day itself earlier... Managed to get my kids a spot to see Father Christmas at the local garden centre. Those things were like gold dust and went immediately.

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Just now, Hugh Jass said:

I had an even bigger rush than T-Day itself earlier... Managed to get my kids a spot to see Father Christmas at the local garden centre. Those things were like gold dust and went immediately.

How is that working whilst socially distancing ? Have they abandoned sitting on his knee ? 

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3 minutes ago, Hugh Jass said:

I had an even bigger rush than T-Day itself earlier... Managed to get my kids a spot to see Father Christmas at the local garden centre. Those things were like gold dust and went immediately.

Honestly, going to garden centres when they have all the Christmas set up is one of my favourite things 🤩 .. I'm a bit big to see Father Christmas now (apparently :( ) but i love it!! 

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46 minutes ago, Gilgamesh69 said:

I don't know about the other venues, but in London the Blondie show is all seated :(

Birmingham is the same, I noticed cardiff Motorpoint has standing and these are the cheaper tickets (£59+£6fee). I’m a bit torn as I’d prefer standing and cheaper ticket, but Birmingham so much easier for me to get to midweek

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12 minutes ago, Baggins7 said:

Birmingham is the same, I noticed cardiff Motorpoint has standing and these are the cheaper tickets (£59+£6fee). I’m a bit torn as I’d prefer standing and cheaper ticket, but Birmingham so much easier for me to get to midweek

Brighton and Hull also have standing tickets. Which of those and Cardiff do you think would be best? 🤔

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Blondie (and Garbage) is a fully seated gig. Rubbish! :D I'm also not paying £107 inc fees for seats near the front so that makes that decision to not go a little easier.

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29 minutes ago, crazyfool1 said:

How is that working whilst socially distancing ? Have they abandoned sitting on his knee ? 

That got banned years ago. 
 

You sit side by side these days. 

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Just now, nikkic said:

That got banned years ago. 
 

You sit side by side these days. 

Showing my lack of interest in Christmas and the fact I don’t have kids .... hopefully Santa 🎅🏼 doesn’t become a superspreader 

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2 minutes ago, crazyfool1 said:

Showing my lack of interest in Christmas and the fact I don’t have kids .... hopefully Santa 🎅🏼 doesn’t become a superspreader 

This why you go for the first slot of the day.

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11 minutes ago, cdm22 said:

Blondie (and Garbage) is a fully seated gig. Rubbish! :D I'm also not paying £107 inc fees for seats near the front so that makes that decision to not go a little easier.

Hmm, but £65 inc fees and postage for standing at Brighton in a much smaller venue.

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14 minutes ago, cdm22 said:

Blondie (and Garbage) is a fully seated gig. Rubbish! :D I'm also not paying £107 inc fees for seats near the front so that makes that decision to not go a little easier.

Blondie were pants at Glastonbury as well (in my humble opinion of course)

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1 minute ago, cdm22 said:

If it makes you feel better, all of our group thought they were excellent :)

Awesome. Hoping it'll still be good; seems like their 2017 gigs still got good reviews. Im off to see them in Brighton anyway; there's standing tickets, it's cheaper, and it's on a Sunday so can make a weekend trip out of it🥰

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4 minutes ago, Gilgamesh69 said:

Awesome. Hoping it'll still be good; seems like their 2017 gigs still got good reviews. Im off to see them in Brighton anyway; there's standing tickets, it's cheaper, and it's on a Sunday so can make a weekend trip out of it🥰

Which is exactly what we have just done :D

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I know it must have been about 12 years ago but I saw Blondie at the UEA (about 1,500 people).

What's happened since then for her to be an arena act? Or was the tour I saw her on bizarrely small? 

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