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2020 tickets finally on sale, got mine despite missing out on 2019's :lol:

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Lewis Capaldi / Snow Patrol / Vampire Weekend (or The National)

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Next year is the 15th edition so I'm hoping they'll do something special, my hopes include:

Muse, Florence and The Machine, Lorde, Kasabian, Kings of Leon, The Chemical Brothers, Christine and The Queens, Wolf Alice, Janelle Monae, Chic/Nile Rodgers and Liam Gallagher. 

I will fully expected The National or alt-J to be on the bill again and also feel it would be just for Snow Patrol and The Futureheads to return after their 2019 cancellations. 

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On 7/31/2019 at 9:34 AM, SomeoneListeningIn said:

Lorde, Liam Gallagher and The Black Keys

The Black Keys never again. Their headline set at Latitude 2014 was comfortably the worst headline set I have ever seen.  I have about 5 albums of theirs, so it is not that I don't like them; they gave the impression of being a band who didn't really want to be there and with the 2 brothers not wanting to talk to each other. Utterly dire!

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45 minutes ago, Born in the fifties said:

The Black Keys never again. Their headline set at Latitude 2014 was comfortably the worst headline set I have ever seen.  I have about 5 albums of theirs, so it is not that I don't like them; they gave the impression of being a band who didn't really want to be there and with the 2 brothers not wanting to talk to each other. Utterly dire!

That about sums it up!

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*hides in corner before admitting The Black Keys are one of my favourite headliners I've seen at the festival*

But looking at who people are wanting to see on social media, I think we could be heading for some decent acts! 

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Foals/Catfish/Florence must all be strong contenders, as well as Elbow/Christine/Snow Patrol

Will not be going if Lewis Capaldi headlines...

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Kasabian have a new album out soon so I could easily imagine them being on the bill somewhere as they've headlined all the major festivals in the last few years and given Latitudes more mainstream reputation now could mean they're on

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On 8/9/2019 at 5:19 PM, o_desilva said:

Foals/Catfish/Florence must all be strong contenders, as well as Elbow/Christine/Snow Patrol

Will not be going if Lewis Capaldi headlines...

There's so much more than headliners. I wasn't interested in any of this year's headliners (apart from Underworld who somehow weren't a headline act, they were "special guests", and it was one of my all time favourite festivals.

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There so much more than the music. I think I saw 4 bands all weekend this year.

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28 minutes ago, Smeble said:

There so much more than the music. I think I saw 4 bands all weekend this year.

I entirely agree, I love seeing the comedy and spend a good amount of time there during the day when there's generally less music I want to see 

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The National could be a good shout with it probably being too soon for them to return to Glasto.

Probably wont be Bon Iver for the opposite reason.

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On 7/30/2019 at 10:00 PM, dentalplan said:

I’mma predict one of The National or The War on Drugs and then the other two are shiters that make this a no-go zone.

Really hoping to see an appearance from Michael Kiwanuka this year, new music sounds amazing so far! But yeah, definitely expecting The National to headline. Also, Sigur Ros headline set considering how long it's been since 2008?!

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I've noticed Snow Patrol are performing a few UK gigs over the winter and wouldn't be surprised if they returned to the festivals they were due to play this year before cancelling. 

Some food for thought here is that recently the festival has had similar acts on a 3 year cycle e.g. 2015/2018 had Wolf Alice, The Vaccines, The Charlatans and 2016/2019 had CHVRCHES, MØ, Aurora etc, which makes me think next year will have similar acts to 2017 which will be dissappointing for me as 2017 was a one of my personal weaker lineups 

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3 hours ago, km9 said:

I take back what I said about it being more than just about the headliners. That was a bad line up.

I always love going but 2017 has been the only year I didn't feel right and wouldn't have minded if I had missed it 

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