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2 minutes ago, polnico said:

Didn't @Jazebel recently said that it wasn't the case recently (not sure though) ?

yeah: ' Doesn't look like one of those will be there.' Which is a shame since RW ticket sales apparently are not that ok, they are playing nearby, can't be that expensive and every festival I go to I see Idles shirts everywhere...but maybe just not that big in Belgium.

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For one time... Nice quality names still to come for RW. A lot of them. A lot of great female acts too. This batch of names was logic. People who are liking the more commercial names are happy no

Are you also an insider in the World Health Organization?

It is not that difficult, Jazebel is closer to the fire.  that was my information and I shared it, i hope that they will release another name this week. it is not a battle...

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21 minutes ago, Ohad said:


Given that they tour with Pearl Jam it's possible!



I strongly disagree about Post. Kendrick became massively-bigger in the past 7 years. Back in 13 he only had gkmc out. tpab & DAMN really exploded.

Post isn't headliner-worthy in RW. Too small.

Posty isn't my fav act either and I wouldn't be the happiest if he ends up as Friday co-head. But he clearly headlines everywhere he goes in the world and sells out arenas in minutes. And I am not talking about the "streaming" numbers because streaming doesn't make someone a head. He shifts tickets, and a lot of them. I think that even if it's not the act i'd like to see, he is co-head worthy.

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Rock Werchter is working on yet another impressive line-up. Would you expect anything less? This week, 28 more acts RSVP’d. It's an exciting list of newcomers that include banjos, pianos, orchestras, brass bands, beautiful voices and searing guitars. Lianne La Havas, Apparat, Mabel, The Dead South, Sampa The Great, Eefje de Visser, The Last Internationale and Tyler Childers are new for Thursday 2 July. Whitney, Inhaler, Gang of Youths, Marc Rebillet, Brass Against, Easy Life, PUP and JC Stewart have been added to the line-up on Friday 3 July. Bombay Bicycle club, Worakls Orchestra, City and Colour, Tierra Whack, Emma Bale and Alex Cameron will be at the Festivalpark on Saturday 4 July. Oh Wonder, Joep Beving, The Marcus King Band, Glints, Oscar Jerome and EGO KILL TALENT complete the programme on Sunday 5 July. More names to follow soon!
🎫 Tickets for Rock Werchter 2020 are available from www.rockwerchter.be #RW20

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2 minutes ago, Ohad said:

Does anyone here remember when the full line up and timetable is usually published?

At the current rate the lineup is complete before the end of this month. Given that we already know stage splits, I figure that the timetable will follow with the last names.

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City and Colour, Whitney, Pup, Gang of Youths and Bombay Bicycle Club are all great additions for me and probably pushed me over to getting a ticket!

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4 minutes ago, brightside23 said:

So what are we thinking now - is that officially a 'no' for Gojira (and While She Sleeps)?

We're about 3/4 of the way through names

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This is just a very beautiful announcement! That thursday is looking really stacked now on Slope, Barn and KlubC! 

A lot of beautiful names for me. Apparat, Sampa the Great, Marc Rebillet, Eefje De Visser, Lianne la havas and City and Colour amongst others!

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A couple of nice additions for me... without listening to the ones I don't know Inhaler, Gang of Youths, Bombay Bicycle Club and Easy Life stand out.


Unless 'completes the programme for Sunday' means completes todays announcement, which I don't think it does, that would mean Sunday should be a pretty good gauge of whats left to be announced...

MAIN STAGE 7/5/7/7

THE BARN 5/4/4/6

KLUB C 6/5/6/5

SLOPE 4/5/3/4

Can't be a lot left if the Sunday really is complete, 1-2 main stage acts for Friday, a few Barn acts and possibly the odd one for Klub C/The Slop depending on set lengths.


EDIT - There's five minutes I'lll never get back @Ken19  😄😄


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Tame Impala have a month long gap in their US tour, starting middle of June, I don't know if there's any dates they haven't added to their webite in that gap yet, but could they possibly be heading over for a few shows? Would make a perfect closer after The Strokes for me, and RW have had 'dance/electronic' acts play after the headliners in the past.

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