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Glastonbury 50th Anniversary


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Semtex1
  • Posted 12 September 2017 - 05:04 PM

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So Glastonbury's 50th Anniversary is gradually approaching in 2020. I,ve just read that Madonna would be the perfect act, in fact the only legendary act that could headline, and the owner has just started following her on Instagram. Coincidence ?

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rebelheartgermany
  • Posted 12 September 2017 - 06:10 PM

Well, she said she would go on tour in 2019 so maybe she will tour for two years and the Glastonbury performance will be part of the tour. But i highly doubt it's true, she has never been a festival performer (except the charity festivals and the two Coachella performances but both where not really a 'big thing'). The only way I could see her performing at Glastonbury would be to promote an album but we all know she always misses great chances like that to promote her stuff which is not her fault but her manager's or whoever is responsible for it


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ArthurBadin
  • Posted 12 September 2017 - 11:26 PM

Well, she said she would go on tour in 2019 so maybe she will tour for two years and the Glastonbury performance will be part of the tour. But i highly doubt it's true, she has never been a festival performer (except the charity festivals and the two Coachella performances but both where not really a 'big thing'). The only way I could see her performing at Glastonbury would be to promote an album but we all know she always misses great chances like that to promote her stuff which is not her fault but her manager's or whoever is responsible for it

 

Wait, wasn't her S&ST concert in Tallinn, Estonia part of a summer local festival?  :thinker:



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Fighter
  • Posted 12 September 2017 - 11:34 PM

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she always misses great chances like that to promote her stuff which is not her fault but her manager's or whoever is responsible for it

 

 

i dont think she cares about that a lot tbh


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G House
  • Posted 12 September 2017 - 11:58 PM

Wait, wasn't her S&ST concert in Tallinn, Estonia part of a summer local festival?  :thinker:

 

Nope, it took place in the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, but it wasn't part of a festival as far as I am concerned.


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#6
SimonVenekeo
  • Posted 13 September 2017 - 02:20 AM

It's not like they care for stuff like that. They'll probably pick some little pop tart to draw a crowd.

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Semtex1
  • Posted 13 September 2017 - 03:12 PM

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When you're booking acts years in advance, you have to be sure they're still going to be around, both physically and still in the public eye. Madonna I would suggest is a safe bet and can still draw crowds in with that back catalogue that cannot be beaten by anyone else.
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ArthurBadin
  • Posted 14 September 2017 - 04:21 PM

Nope, it took place in the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, but it wasn't part of a festival as far as I am concerned.

Well, thanks for enlightening me. Was thinking something different. Didn't have the opportunity to thank you before but it's never too late, as our another beloved queen sings in her music. See ya!  :)  :heart:



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bluejean
  • Posted 15 September 2017 - 07:58 AM

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Well, she said she would go on tour in 2019 so maybe she will tour for two years and the Glastonbury performance will be part of the tour.

 

2020 seems like a more realistic time for her to go on tour than 2019.



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Enrico
  • Posted 15 September 2017 - 05:39 PM

The thing is her show is not a traditional rock concert with only live music like people in these festivals are normally looking for. She would be easily criticized!






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