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Playing a two-hour set would be great, but not special

That's the biggest downer (for me), "only" 120 minutes seems relatively "short" for a Cure show! (Of course, they have lots of other interesting bands playing, but...)

Maybe Robert has something "special" lined up for this, let's hope so, but I myself also hope that expectations won't become mountain-high, because then there'll be lots of moaning and whining...  :roll:
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I think Lol really ought to be there, don't you?

Drumming some of the Pornography songs.
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Nice as it "would be", I get the feeling that expectations will be high for some, which will possibly only lead to disappointments.  :(

It's 40 years of The Cure. Playing a two-hour set would be great, but not special, and Bob IS special. So I am expecting something special ;)
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Would love to see Boris back in the drums for "Push".

Nice as it "would be", I get the feeling that expectations will be high for some, which will possibly only lead to disappointments.  :(
So far, we can only "guess" that the band line-up will be the current one (RS, Simon, Roger, Jason, Reeves).
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Would be nice to see ex-Cure members playing some songs. Would love to see Boris back in the drums for "Push".
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I think Lol really ought to be there, don't you?

Absolutely.  :)
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Does this means holders of General Admission tickets (£ 62) can enter the capacity controlled area if they arrive before the holders of Primary Entry tickets (£ 72)? If that's the case, what's the advantage of paying £ 10 more for the ticket? :roll:

I hope so, David. 'Primary entry' is a bit confusing. I mean the park has more than one
entrance, hasn't he? I was interested in the yellow area, but I couldn't select it, so I ordered
a GA-ticket.  :?
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Wow, great news, thanks for sharing! Goldfrapp, Slowdive!!! Amazing line up! What wonderful breaking news!
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I think Lol really ought to be there, don't you?
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