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 Post subject: tramlines 2013
PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2013 2:47 pm 
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so they are charging 15 notes for the weekend - a snip for the brilliant weekend.

Surely RH has GOT to play this year.

I've got a baby now so require RH to play at the folk forest pretty early and not too loud so I can go and watch

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 Post subject: Re: tramlines 2013
PostPosted: Mon Apr 08, 2013 10:35 am 
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clough=hero wrote:
Surely RH has GOT to play this year.


Guess that's not happening now.

Be interesting to see how it works out this year.

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 Post subject: Re: tramlines 2013
PostPosted: Mon Apr 22, 2013 8:41 am 
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Bah! Got tickets to the big top so he need not play tramlines now.

I've decided blondie should play the Sunday now they've got a bit of ah to tempt bands in


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 Post subject: Re: tramlines 2013
PostPosted: Wed May 01, 2013 10:06 am 
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Some bands announced...

http://2013.tramlines.org.uk/artist/

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 Post subject: Re: tramlines 2013
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Quite a few more names up on the website now: http://2013.tramlines.org.uk/artist/

Full schedule is supposed to be appearing next week.

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 Post subject: Re: tramlines 2013
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It will be very interesting to see how many tickets theyve shfted - I'd hate the main areas not to be busy. I cant believe the fuss people are making about a 3 day festival costing £15! have you seen how much music is on? Its literally cheap as chips - other cities are charging £30 a day for half that much fun (Dot to Dot for example)

I'll be out with the family seeing as much as I can, cant let this festival done - its brilliant.

Starting with the HOsts at the Greystones on Friday - pow

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 Post subject: Re: tramlines 2013
PostPosted: Thu Jul 04, 2013 10:52 am 
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I'd be surprised if the main stage area is as rammed this year, though i think they've got the price right to not put too many people off. Still plenty that's absolutely free. I think 95% of the what i've watched in the previous 4 years are on stages that are still free this year.

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 Post subject: Re: tramlines 2013
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too true - I like to have a stroll past the main stages. quite want to see Jim Jones Revue for some noise

Teleman on 6 music at the mo


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 Post subject: Re: tramlines 2013
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The Tramlines clashfinder is here

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 Post subject: Re: tramlines 2013
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That's interesting, says it's for the 'core' venues where you have to pay, yet half of those on the list aren't on the list they published weeks ago of venues where you'll have to have a wristband. :?

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 Post subject: Re: tramlines 2013
PostPosted: Thu Jul 11, 2013 12:40 pm 
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you need a wristband for Weston Park & the folk Forest?


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 Post subject: Re: tramlines 2013
PostPosted: Thu Jul 11, 2013 12:53 pm 
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This is the list of what they previously said you needed to pay for:

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What do I need to pay for?
You will need to pay to access the main stages and music venues (the ones who usually charge a fee to enter). You will need a wristband to access the following venues:

Devonshire Green (14+ unless accompanied by an adult)
Stage 2 (at the O2 Academy) (14+ unless accompanied by an adult until 9pm)
O2 Academy (14+ unless accompanied by an adult until 9pm)
Corporation (14+ only until 10pm)
City Hall (14+ unless accompanied by an adult until 9pm)
DQ (18+ only)
DLS (18+ only)
The Fez Club (18+ only)
Hope Works (18+ only)
Millennium Gallery (Saturday & Sunday from 6pm)
Penelopes (18+ only)
Plug (14+ until 11pm)
The Harley (wristbanded from 5pm, 18+ only)
The Leadmill (14+ unless accompanied by an adult until 11pm)
Queens Social club (14+ unless accompanied by an adult until 11pm)
Yellow Arch (14+ unless accompanied by an adult until 7pm)


Can't see how they could enforce wristbands for Weston Park or the Folk Forest, i'm guessing it's just a balls up on the website.

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 Post subject: Re: tramlines 2013
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i think they meant "main venues" rather than core as in wristband venues...if you catch my drift


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 Post subject: Re: tramlines 2013
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It says on the first page it's for "venues you need to buy a wristband for".

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 Post subject: Re: tramlines 2013
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oh yeah...idiots


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