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11 minutes ago, mbee123 said:

Decent line up, going to visit my daughter in Manchester for this, what are the options from transport to/from the festival, are there extra trains on from Manc? I know there is a shuttle bus but seems a bit steep (£26 per day)

As it's a bank holiday, the trains will hold a strike no doubt(2018).

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4 hours ago, Tunes101 said:

does this tend to sell out quite quickly??

2018 sold out in a few hours, I dont think 2019 sold out.

The Ian Brown day could go quick, I would imagine catfish would be more of a slow sell.

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Weird addition of Wombats a day after the announcement? Attempt to keep it in people's minds or something?

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I think it's a guarantee that one or both will be at Glastonbury, only one headline has done Glastonbury in previous years but it would surprise me if they didn't have Catfish back after a bit of a gap. I think they'll have both myself with Brown doing Other and Catfish 3rd on main...wouldn't shock me if they did sub like Ezra but I'd go for 3rd.

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16 minutes ago, thewayiam said:

I think they'll have both myself with Brown doing Other and Catfish 3rd on main...wouldn't shock me if they did sub like Ezra but I'd go for 3rd.

You and Ian Brown are a duo now?

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9 hours ago, henry bear said:

You and Ian Brown are a duo now?

Haha it looks like it. I'm sure he can still sing better than I can though haha

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7 minutes ago, phimill said:

Is this selling slower than expected? Did i read it sold out in 24hours last year?

yep, you read right about last year.

I've no idea what the sales have been like this year, but it's probably more the case that last year was an exceptional sell-out success rather than this year 'selling slower than expected'.

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1 hour ago, eFestivals said:

yep, you read right about last year.

I've no idea what the sales have been like this year, but it's probably more the case that last year was an exceptional sell-out success rather than this year 'selling slower than expected'.

Wasnt it 2018 version that sold out quick? Felt very quiet in the 2019 one especially the Saturday, and on the sunday it emptied out considerably after Gerry cinnamon

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On 11/25/2019 at 3:13 PM, phimill said:

Is this selling slower than expected? Did i read it sold out in 24hours last year?

Last year was around 15,000 Saturday and just under 20,000 Sunday. Big loss on the Saturday given it was 25,000 capacity. 

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15 hours ago, TommyLC said:

Last year was around 15,000 Saturday and just under 20,000 Sunday. Big loss on the Saturday given it was 25,000 capacity. 

So should be quite easy to pick up tickets closer to the time?

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10 hours ago, phimill said:

So should be quite easy to pick up tickets closer to the time?

For Sunday I reckon. Ian Brown a big pull on home turf. 

Fontaines DC now added to replace Yungblud. Happy with that. 

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Do we reckon Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott will headline second stage or sub Catfish or Wombats headline second stage or sub Catfish?

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27 minutes ago, RarerThanDandyB said:

Do we reckon Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott will headline second stage or sub Catfish or Wombats headline second stage or sub Catfish?

think Wombats into Catfish would go down a lot better with the audience, they both target the indie youth most. Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott will be drawing in an older audience i'd say so would definitely go better up against Catfish

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10 hours ago, RarerThanDandyB said:

Do we reckon Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott will headline second stage or sub Catfish or Wombats headline second stage or sub Catfish?

Neither I’d say. They’ll all be main stage in the order of the poster. 

Would guess second stage headliners will be Pale Waves or Sherlocks Saturday and Miles Kane or Lightning Seeds Sunday. Might be wrong though. 
 

 

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3 hours ago, TommyLC said:

Neither I’d say. They’ll all be main stage in the order of the poster. 

Would guess second stage headliners will be Pale Waves or Sherlocks Saturday and Miles Kane or Lightning Seeds Sunday. Might be wrong though. 
 

 

Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbot Re a shoe in for 2nd stage headliner for me. 

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Any chance the colour of the names on the poster might be a clue, at least for the bigger names? Those in white main stage and those in yellow second stage.

That would have:

Friday -  Ian Brown headline and Shed 7 sub main stage and Sam Fender headlining the second stage.

Saturday - Catfish & the Bottleman headline and Heaton & Abbott as sub with The Wombats headlining the second stage.

 

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4 hours ago, Dales said:

Any chance the colour of the names on the poster might be a clue, at least for the bigger names? Those in white main stage and those in yellow second stage.

That would have:

Friday -  Ian Brown headline and Shed 7 sub main stage and Sam Fender headlining the second stage.

Saturday - Catfish & the Bottleman headline and Heaton & Abbott as sub with The Wombats headlining the second stage.

 

Really can't see them clashing Catfish with The Wombats there's so much more crossover between fans between them then there is with Catfish and Paul Heaton if i had to take a guess i'd say the days as it stands now will be:

Friday

Main: Ian Brown, Shed 7, Fontaines DC

Stage 2: Sam Fender, Pale Waves, Reverend & The Makers

Saturday

Main: Catfish, The Wombats, Sundara Karma, Sea Girls

Stage 2: Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbot, Miles Kane, Tom Walker

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If you look at last years running order In relation to where they're placed on the poster then this years running order should look something like this.

Saturday
 
Main Stage
 
Ian Brown
Sam Fender
Pale Waves
Yungblud
The Coral
The Magic Gang
Love Fame Tragedy
The Lathums
 
Second Stage
 
Shed Seven
Reverend & The Makers
The Sherlocks
The Murder Capital
*TBC*
The Big Moon
*TBC*
Airways
The Orielles
 
Sunday 
 
Main Stage
 
Catfish and The Bottlemen
The Wombats
Miles Kane
Tom Walker
Sea Girls
Lightning Seeds
Sports Team
Fickle Friends
 
Second Stage
 
Paul Heaton & Jacui Abbot
Sundara Karma
The Pigeon Detectives
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
*TBC*
Inhaler
*TBC*
Phoebe Green
Working Men’s Club
 
 

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