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PostRe: Gig & Festival - Iron Maiden, Rammstein & Black Sabbath at Download 2016
by Joer » Tue Jan 12, 2016 9:00 pm

How much you selling it for BTB? I know some folks that are going and wouldn't mind going to see 'em again.

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BTB wrote:Quoting you to alert you!

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PostRe: Gig & Festival - Iron Maiden, Rammstein & Black Sabbath at Download 2016
by BTB » Tue Jan 12, 2016 10:49 pm

Joer wrote:How much you selling it for BTB? I know some folks that are going and wouldn't mind going to see 'em again.

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Aha! £39.50 which is the face value, just make sure your mates are definitely going on the 9th and not the 10th as they are doing two dates at the same venue!

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PostRe: Gig & Festival - Iron Maiden, Rammstein & Black Sabbath at Download 2016
by Joer » Tue Jan 12, 2016 10:54 pm

Can I let you know tomorrow mate? I've got family going on the 9th and potentially mates going on the 10th, so would rather go with my mates, but if not i'll probably nab that ticket from you tomorrow and go on the 9th instead.

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PostRe: Gig & Festival - Iron Maiden, Rammstein & Black Sabbath at Download 2016
by BTB » Tue Jan 12, 2016 10:55 pm

Yeah sure tomorrow is no problem

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PostRe: Gig & Festival - Iron Maiden, Rammstein & Black Sabbath at Download 2016
by Joer » Wed Jan 13, 2016 10:18 pm

BTB wrote:Yeah sure tomorrow is no problem

I'm gonna have to pass on this unfortunately. My last train back is at 10:15pm, the Ally Pally site says the show finishes at 11pm so i'd have to drive down and stay at my mums for the night so that's another £30 on petrol and then the normal beer costs etc on top of that so would be looking at £100 or so all in and I can't really justify that. :(

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PostRe: Gig & Festival - Iron Maiden, Rammstein & Black Sabbath at Download 2016
by BTB » Wed Jan 13, 2016 10:33 pm

No worries

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PostRe: Gig & Festival - Iron Maiden, Rammstein & Black Sabbath at Download 2016
by more heat than light » Fri Jan 15, 2016 7:22 pm

Just noticed Weezer are doing a couple of dates in the UK in April, will definitely grab tickets for that as it's been ages since they last played over here (festivals notwithstanding).

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PostRe: Gig & Festival - Iron Maiden, Rammstein & Black Sabbath at Download 2016
by Exxy » Thu Apr 21, 2016 9:25 pm

Bit of a bump.

Anyone got anything booked for the summer? Managed to get Glasto tickets in the resale, as did all my friends which is surprising. Second time going so looking forward to going with a bit more experience.

Getting a Field Day ticket on pay day.

Seeing these guys in a couple of weeks as well


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PostRe: Gig & Festival - Iron Maiden, Rammstein & Black Sabbath at Download 2016
by Dangerblade » Thu Apr 21, 2016 9:34 pm

Anneke van Giersbergen, and Pelican next week. Then Mortiis next month for gooseberry fool and giggles.

Also probable:

Long Distance Calling
Mono
Sigur Ros
Steve Vai

Might go to Temples Festival too.

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PostRe: Gig & Festival - Iron Maiden, Rammstein & Black Sabbath at Download 2016
by Buffalo » Thu Apr 21, 2016 11:57 pm

Sigur Ros where?

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PostRe: Gig & Festival - Iron Maiden, Rammstein & Black Sabbath at Download 2016
by smurphy » Fri Apr 22, 2016 2:18 am

Dangerblade wrote:Anneke van Giersbergen, and Pelican next week. Then Mortiis next month for gooseberry fool and giggles.

Also probable:

Long Distance Calling
Mono
Sigur Ros
Steve Vai

Might go to Temples Festival too.


You sound like you might like this.

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PostRe: Gig & Festival - Iron Maiden, Rammstein & Black Sabbath at Download 2016
by Dangerblade » Fri Apr 22, 2016 8:09 am

Buffalo wrote:Sigur Ros where?

Bristol Summer Series, this summer

smurphy wrote:You sound like you might like this.

Yup, I've wanted to go since the first show in 2013, but I never really have anybody interested enough to come with me, and I'm not keen on doing a whole festival on my own :(

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PostRe: Gig & Festival - Iron Maiden, Rammstein & Black Sabbath at Download 2016
by Tomous » Fri Apr 22, 2016 1:19 pm

Anyone seen the lineup for that 3 day "mega festival" in California from the Coachella organisers?

Dylan
McCartney
Stones
Neil Young
The Who
Roger Waters

Not too shabby...

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by PuppetBoy » Sun May 01, 2016 4:46 pm

Been to see a couple of things at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival this weekend.

We saw Guy Garvey yesterday evening, it was a really enjoyable show. He was obviously playing a lot of stuff from his solo album, I'd only heard one or two songs beforehand but it was pretty good set and he's quite a funny guy in between songs. Also saw Penguin Cafe on Friday, very jaunty and eccentric. Telephone and rubber band is cool.

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PostRe: Gig & Festival - Iron Maiden, Rammstein & Black Sabbath at Download 2016
by Corazon de Leon » Mon May 02, 2016 7:56 pm

I've got:

Riverside Festival(Fatboy Slim)
Primavera Sound Festival(Radiohead, Sigur Ros, LCD Soundsystem)
The Offspring and Bad Religion
M83

All coming up between last weekend of May and 27th of June. Haven't been to a gig yet this year, so this'll be a good month or so hopefully. :D

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PostRe: Gig & Festival - Iron Maiden, Rammstein & Black Sabbath at Download 2016
by Frank » Thu May 26, 2016 11:02 am

Poets of the Fall have just announced a new tour :wub: Hitting up London, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow in mid-January. Can't wait! :mrgreen: Tickets go on sale on the 30th!

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PostRe: Gig & Festival - Iron Maiden, Rammstein & Black Sabbath at Download 2016
by Miguel007 » Thu May 26, 2016 12:25 pm

Excited for not this Saturday but next, seeing Coldplay @ Manchester on the 4th June, then on the Sunday going to my first Gig @ Wembley Stadium to see 'The Boss' Bruce Springsteen. I'll be fooked come the Monday after them, but cannot wait!

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PostRe: Gig & Festival - Iron Maiden, Rammstein & Black Sabbath at Download 2016
by KingK » Fri May 27, 2016 10:26 pm

The Springsteen concert will be great. I saw him at Coventry 2 or 3 years ago (day after Tony Sopprano died and Little Steven was visibly upset at times during the dedication Bruce did when playing Born to Run (the whole album)). He played for over 3 hrs and has such a rapport with the fans.

I was about 10 ft away from him at some points when he ventured out to the sides of the stage. Got some great photos. Enjoy!

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by Frank » Fri May 27, 2016 10:48 pm

Saw Busted the other day. Three rows from the front :wub: So much nostalgia.

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PostRe: Gig & Festival - Iron Maiden, Rammstein & Black Sabbath at Download 2016
by Miguel007 » Fri May 27, 2016 11:00 pm

KingK wrote:The Springsteen concert will be great. I saw him at Coventry 2 or 3 years ago (day after Tony Sopprano died and Little Steven was visibly upset at times during the dedication Bruce did when playing Born to Run (the whole album)). He played for over 3 hrs and has such a rapport with the fans.

I was about 10 ft away from him at some points when he ventured out to the sides of the stage. Got some great photos. Enjoy!


Thanks King, sounds like you had a fantastic time. You've made me even more giddy, it'll be the first time I've seen The Boss too.


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