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Glastonbury 2019

Full line up... (NME)

 

https://www.nme.com/blogs/nme-blogs/glastonbury-2019-full-line-up-2483460

 

Wed, 26 Jun 2019 – Sun, 30 Jun 2019

 

All over BBC next week, Friday 28th June.

Really looking forwards to this year, know a few people attending.

 

Including us !!

 

The headline acts are usually amazing.

 

The Killers and the Cure have been announced as the final headliners of the 2019 Glastonbury festival. Brandon Flowers' Vegas band will headline on the Saturday, and Robert Smith and co on the Sunday. They join the previously announced headliner Stormzy, who will close the Pyramid stage on Friday night.

 

And..... Kylie is appearing.

 

Now we are not involved in Wimbledon any more, this is our new Summer Festival.

 

We are Glamping.... wellies at the ready.

 

https://glastonburyretreat.co.uk/why-glamping/

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Never been to Glastonbury but I’ve heard good things and I do want to go. Have been to Leeds Festival however 13 years on the run and Download a fair few times. I’ve also seen both the Killers and the Cure at Leeds many moons ago, they were fantastic. Thumbs_Up Always wanted to see the Proclaimers live although I admit I only know the famous ‘500 miles’ song. Cheesy
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As Eric Morecambe said... "What do you think of it so far ?"

 

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3883718/glastonbury-2017-clean-up-pictures-rubbish-after-festival/

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Where's me mud bath Grin It's bound to rain. The joys of Glastonbury. Even though I used to live, what 10 miles away, I could never see the appeal of a mud bath.

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As Eric Morecambe said... "What do you think of it so far ?"

Rubbish? Sad

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I went to a Michael Jackson concert at Aintree Race Course. We were standing about a quarter of a mile away from the stage and the sound was incredible (speaking as an ex-sound guy).

When the concert ended we walked down to the stage through a sea of rubbish including a large number of bottles of yellow liquid.

That would have been a massive clean-up operation including the course.

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Why would anybody go to a concert in a muddy field just to see a little dot of a performer on stage a quarter of a mile away?


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We didn't plan on being 1/4 mile away but it was packed from there to the stage.

And it didn't cost me anything.

It was quite an experience.

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Looking like Wellie Wanging & Mud Wrestling may be the order of the day !

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@Strat 

I'm sure it was, but is still puzzles me as to why folks go to such events. All about 'being there' I suppose.

My younger brother no doubt hoping to convert me in more ways than one, talked me into going to a Greenbelt event and boy, was I glad to leave and get away from all that arm waving in the air stuff!  As for Michael Jackson I was never a fan before, during and definitley not after his demise, although I can half understand why he was so messed up. 

Ah well.  


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It was interesting to see the live show and we had a good look at the support technology afterwards.

Not really a case of 'being there', for me anyway.

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@Anonymous wrote:

Looking like Wellie Wanging & Mud Wrestling may be the order of the day !


An aerial view of the Glastonbury Festival site, which is expected to be hit by heavy rain, which could mean the ground is wet for the first arrivals on Wednesday morning

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The forecast is good for this year's Glastonbury, but it has endured epic washouts and mud baths.

The unpredictability of the business explains why the company behind the party, Glastonbury Festival Events, maintains a cash pile of more than £10m.

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-48750501

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Muddy 'ell

 

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Are these the before the after pictures? Smiley


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