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Been up for ages for reading tickets for my eldest, and still can't do the barclay card purchase for another 10 minutes....boooooo.

She's happy with the headliners, apart from The Killers (the band that refuses to die off) love seeing all the kids getting excited about their first festivals. The joy of pop!

 

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On 09/12/2022 at 08:50, Not in Crawley said:

Been up for ages for reading tickets for my eldest, and still can't do the barclay card purchase for another 10 minutes....boooooo.

She's happy with the headliners, apart from The Killers (the band that refuses to die off) love seeing all the kidsusual getting excited about their first festivals. The joy of pop!

 

Seen all the usual bitching about the line up from folk who won't accept that R&L is a pop festival now and has been for years.

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2 minutes ago, frank_spencer said:

Seen all the usual bitching about the line up from folk who won't accept that R&L is a pop festival now and has been for years.

Music changes, and since the death of T in the Park and a few others R&L have taken that space. Also, since it was put together it's not been a rock festival. And alternative covers a much broader base now.

If you want 'classic' rock, download or Glastonbury, or bloodstock have folk covered I'd have thought.

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7 hours ago, Not in Crawley said:

Music changes, and since the death of T in the Park and a few others R&L have taken that space. Also, since it was put together it's not been a rock festival. And alternative covers a much broader base now.

If you want 'classic' rock, download or Glastonbury, or bloodstock have folk covered I'd have thought.

Donnington (just the Metallica Saturday) and Slam Dunk for me next year along with Manchester Punk Festival. 

Last leeds I did was 2013 when I took my dad to see Green Day.

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3 hours ago, Underpants said:

May - Steel Panther.

June - Iron Maiden. 

July - Kiss.

Gigs seem to have replaced going to away matches for me. 

 

 

Steel Panther - one trick pony's.

Iron Maiden- excellent ( but I'm on my jollys)

Kiss - don't bother 

 

Spend ya cash on , Black Star Riders wiv Phil Campbell & TBS 

Then go Bloodstock on the Sunday for Megadeath.

 

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18 hours ago, embankment said:

Donnington day tickets. Bloody expensive now .

It's Metallica and a day if other bands though. Tempted to do the Thursday night too so I don't miss a song I want to hear.

If I was doing bloodstock it'd be Biohazard over Megadeth (like Maiden I can't stand em) Killswitch Engage on the Friday is tempting though.

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7 hours ago, ErnestTurnip said:

Steve Hillage in March at the Ritz is not much shy of £40 a ticket, was pissed last week and so they got bought.

Aye prices are creeping up, today i paid 45 for Dropkick Murphys and Pennywise at the Victoria Warehouse. Hopefully the drunken sing along will cover for the shite venue.

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21 hours ago, embankment said:

Steel Panther - one trick pony's.

Iron Maiden- excellent ( but I'm on my jollys)

Kiss - don't bother 

 

Spend ya cash on , Black Star Riders wiv Phil Campbell & TBS 

Then go Bloodstock on the Sunday for Megadeath.

 

SP. 80s throwbacks who don't take themselves seriously. Can understand your comment. Still, I think they are a good neets entertainment.

Maiden. Not a fan but looking forward to popping my IM cherry.

Kiss.  Not a big fan at all. Seen them twice and they are probably the best shows I've attended. 

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28 minutes ago, Underpants said:

SP. 80s throwbacks who don't take themselves seriously. Can understand your comment. Still, I think they are a good neets entertainment.

Maiden. Not a fan but looking forward to popping my IM cherry.

Kiss.  Not a big fan at all. Seen them twice and they are probably the best shows I've attended. 

4pm Sunday afternoon slot is there standard. 

Iron Maiden,  must have seen them at least 14 times.

Kiss , total bobbins.

 

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9 minutes ago, Leyther_Matt said:

Kevin Bridges on top form in Leeds tonight. Great to watch a comedian on stage rather than on a massive screen behind. Probably a contributing factor as to why me and Mrs both enjoyed it far more than we did seeing Peter Kay the other week. 

Can't beat watching a comedian within a few feet of them. Shit loads that are better than Bridges and Kay. Just don't get the same coverage.

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