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The rest looks garbage, but this is a cracking Friday line up on the Pyramid Stage

FRIDAY

  • RADIOHEAD 21:30 - 23:45
  • THE XX         19:30 - 20:30
  • ROYAL BLOOD 17:45 - 18:45

 



-- Edited by ArrGee on Friday 16th of June 2017 08:58:56 PM

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Do they sell 1 day tickets to Glastonbury?.Glad I got a 1 day ticket when the Rats did IOW,way to many average bands on for my liking(+ the cost).

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Derek The Dane wrote:

Do they sell 1 day tickets to Glastonbury?


 No, it takes you a day to get into the car park!

http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/information/advice/arriving/

Car parks will open at 9pm on the Tuesday night before Glastonbury 2017...

... it starts on Friday!  (there are some activities on Wednesday & Thursday, but no amplified music)



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Glastonbury better on TV IMHO! Killers on right now.

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ArrGee wrote:

 

The rest looks garbage, but this is a cracking Friday line up on the Pyramid Stage

FRIDAY

  • RADIOHEAD 21:30 - 23:45
  • THE XX         19:30 - 20:30
  • ROYAL BLOOD 17:45 - 18:45

 



-- Edited by ArrGee on Friday 16th of June 2017 08:58:56 PM


 I tried to listen to the Royal Blood debut but didn't really get it at all. Just one more in an ever ending line of over rated hyped up 'modern' bands. I don't try very much now to keep up with music as most of it is rubbish.I notice also that I am very quick to judge a band.I kinda know if they feel a bit special, but that's a pretty subjective thing I suppose. Lyrics tend to be pretty important for me and again so many of the more hyped contemporary acts seem to fail in this department.

I'm currently  enjoying Morrissey's Vauxall and I . Picket up a second hand cd of this recently and used to listen to it back in 93/94 when it came out. Weird hearing again songs I had almost forgotten about. I like Radiohead but don't particulary want to be standing with 40,000 people listening to them. The records are much more intimate and don't smell of the great unwashed.smile

 



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