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18 hours ago, Barnabylike said:

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
 
 

Ian Brown and Shed Seven on at the same time? Not going to happen. 

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At least they're headlining second stage, will they clash with Ian Brown, or with Sam Fender? If it's with Sam fender that's seriously going to cut into their crowd size. 

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2 hours ago, TheDHolford said:

At least they're headlining second stage, will they clash with Ian Brown, or with Sam Fender? If it's with Sam fender that's seriously going to cut into their crowd size. 

Will be same time as Ian Brown. Annoying as fancied both. 

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16 hours ago, TommyLC said:

Will be same time as Ian Brown. Annoying as fancied both. 

Ah right, not fussed about Fender or Brown, but Reverend and the Makers into Fontaines D.C. looks decent to me. 

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Going ahead first week of September then. Done well to keep the majority if the lineup together.

Be interested to see how ticket sales go now taking into account refunds and new ticket buyers who've missed out on Glasto/IOW etc. 

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1 hour ago, TommyLC said:

Going ahead first week of September then. Done well to keep the majority if the lineup together.

Be interested to see how ticket sales go now taking into account refunds and new ticket buyers who've missed out on Glasto/IOW etc. 

September is jam packed with festivals so sales are going to be tough.

Did they mention refunds as I can not see it on the press release? Was going on the catfish day, wedding anniversary on the 6th September no can not make it.

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10 hours ago, thetime said:

September is jam packed with festivals so sales are going to be tough.

i reckon once it's clear they're going ahead (and it's clear they're going ahead) then ticket will fly out the door for any and all events happening. 

The dilemma for organisers will be keeping faith in the event happening when people are naturally going to hold back on buying tickets if it's not clear the events will go ahead - it's going to be a big financial risk for them.

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