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6 hours ago, JBarbour said:

There was a story going about of Superstruct twinning the festival with Truck. That still looks like that's the case but too a lesser extent than rumours suggested. 

Twinning as in similar to how Reading/Leeds works?

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Why would they twin a camping and non camping festival. Seems a bit strange to be honest surely Y Not would be a better twin for Truck given their lineup was practically the same this year (not sure they are still owned by the same people?)

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3 minutes ago, gfa said:

Why would they twin a camping and non camping festival. Seems a bit strange to be honest surely Y Not would be a better twin for Truck given their lineup was practically the same this year

it's the bands who get twin-booked, to play at both festivals.

By making a more substantial offer (two shows, double[ish] the money) the fests are more likely to secure that act, and because it's two shows in one booking the fest might get a few quid knocked off too.

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20 hours ago, gfa said:

Why would they twin a camping and non camping festival. Seems a bit strange to be honest surely Y Not would be a better twin for Truck given their lineup was practically the same this year (not sure they are still owned by the same people?)

Y Not is an independent festival again. 

Truck and Tramlines will share main stage line ups with local acts different at the events. 

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5 hours ago, JBarbour said:

Y Not is an independent festival again. 

Truck and Tramlines will share main stage line ups with local acts different at the events. 

and eFests i see cheers.

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On 9/17/2019 at 1:30 PM, eFestivals said:

it's the bands who get twin-booked, to play at both festivals.

By making a more substantial offer (two shows, double[ish] the money) the fests are more likely to secure that act, and because it's two shows in one booking the fest might get a few quid knocked off too.

Also useful to share cost say flights etc. 

Used to happen a lot for DJs a few clubs would share the cost of flying someone in and on hotels, etc. Do would normally do 3 sets each night but all over the country 

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Decided not to do Glasto next year as my wife has been diagnosed with a medical condition that means she wouldn't handle vast walking involved with conquering Glasto. 

Instead we've booked VIP tickets for Tramlines. My brother went in 2018 and friends went this year and they all loved it, cant wait !

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On 10/15/2019 at 12:36 PM, swede said:

Decided not to do Glasto next year as my wife has been diagnosed with a medical condition that means she wouldn't handle vast walking involved with conquering Glasto. 

Instead we've booked VIP tickets for Tramlines. My brother went in 2018 and friends went this year and they all loved it, cant wait !

Been going VIP the past few years and returning again next year. Great festival for the price and VIP is definitely worth it to avoid the queues at the bar, better loos and also somewhere to sit. 

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