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Friday- Pixies, Ian Brown, The Specials,The Hunna, The Blinders

Saturday- The Streets, Jamie T, Slaves, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes Estrons 

Sunday- Liam Gallagher, James, DMA's, Pale Waves, Jade Bird

Others- Alkaline Trio, Basement, The Cribs, Shame, Idles, Miles Kane, Neck Deep,Pretty Vicious, Blackwaters, Superograism, Slowthai, Sleaford Mods, Tom Grennan Rat Boy

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George Ezra could possibly do it?  George Ezra / Bastille / Chase & Status 

Can also see a lot of the Neighbourhood undercard being there especially The Hunna and as said above, Primal Scream. Hopefully, we get a lineup announcement soon, or other festivals announce stuff to get a better judgement of who could most likely be there. 

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16 hours ago, stanh said:

George Ezra could possibly do it?  George Ezra / Bastille / Chase & Status 

Can also see a lot of the Neighbourhood undercard being there especially The Hunna and as said above, Primal Scream. Hopefully, we get a lineup announcement soon, or other festivals announce stuff to get a better judgement of who could most likely be there. 

If those 3 are headlining I might rethink my attendance haha

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I hope Two door cinema club will give it another go because of their concatenation last time. 

My predictions: Wolf Alice, the Streets, Royal Blood , Franz Ferdinand 

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Might be one for youse. Biffy Clyro and Bastille have been announced for Indiependence in County Cork on the first weekend of August. Seems to be about half the size of Y NOT. I know Irish popularity is different to in England but they both seem to have taken a step down.

edit: didn't realise Kendal, Y Not and Truck were all the same weekend now. Maybe those too/instead.

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35 minutes ago, dentalplan said:

Might be one for youse. Biffy Clyro and Bastille have been announced for Indiependence in County Cork on the first weekend of August. Seems to be about half the size of Y NOT. I know Irish popularity is different to in England but they both seem to have taken a step down.

edit: didn't realise Kendal, Y Not and Truck were all the same weekend now. Maybe those too/instead.

Truck was always week before , that’s 4 global / broadwick shows in 1 weekend if you add standon calling as well . As a KC goer id be pretty miffed with them 2 ! 

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forgive me if this is a stupid suggestion but bowling for soup have been announced for randl and I feel like they're ynot sort of size

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My kids would love it if Bastille played. They headlined Neverworld last year, but of course that's much smaller.

I reckon Tom Grennan will play again. I think he'll play a lot of festivals. Again, my kids will be thrilled, he's their main G!

Otherwise, I'm not really bothered by the mainstage. We spend most of our time in the Giant Squid.

 

ps. Primal Scream were awful 3 years ago, I thought. Never have a band been so motionless when going through the motions...!

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