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45 minutes ago, Big Malc said:

It’s also the most obvious way for the organisers to say they don’t care about Sheffield or its people and that they are only interested in an event exclusively for them to make money from.

Yeh - no nipping round to yours when you’re desperate for a poo

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21 hours ago, Essix Blue said:

Never been bothered with festivals /!camping etc. 
 

The obvious draw of tramlines is I live 5 minutes away 

 

lol

 

Yeh hadn't thought of that lol

 

NOS alive in Lisbon was great. Seaside hotel and festival at night. Plus sun sun sun. 

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On 27/07/2021 at 09:24, @owlstalk said:



Yeah it's 100% no readmittance again next year


It's on the tramlines ticket site (in small writing)

 

Appreciate it is each to there own but I have not left the site in the 3 years its been at Hillsborough Park.  In at gates open and stay until the end. 

 

Deviates from the ethos of Tramlines though.

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23 minutes ago, Hirstys_12th_Pint said:

 

Appreciate it is each to there own but I have not left the site in the 3 years its been at Hillsborough Park.  In at gates open and stay until the end.  


Yeah fair - there's enough to do to stay in the park all day to be fair


 


Owlstalk Shop

 

 

 

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God forbid I had a child under 12.  Previously I could have brought them in during the day, fannied about doing all the kids stuff, getting them something to eat and drink.

 

Come late afternoon/evening I could drop them off at their grandparents and make my way back to enjoy a few beers and something to eat and watch the build up to the headliners.

 

Not next year.  And I’ll have to pay for the under 12 for the first time.

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6 hours ago, Big Malc said:

God forbid I had a child under 12.  Previously I could have brought them in during the day, fannied about doing all the kids stuff, getting them something to eat and drink.

 

Come late afternoon/evening I could drop them off at their grandparents and make my way back to enjoy a few beers and something to eat and watch the build up to the headliners.

 

Not next year.  And I’ll have to pay for the under 12 for the first time.

What’s the cut off now for kids going free ?

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2 hours ago, Chris E said:

Don't think there are any. We'll have a 7 month old with us and the ticket cost £3.30.

But at what age is full price?

 

Congrats on the incoming btw

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Age 0-4 is £3.30 

Age 5-12 is £11.00

 

Costs my Daughter £5 to go to Brownies for 90 minutes so no problem a nominal charge for attending a 3 day Festival.

 

Wonder is it has been stated no re-entry and ticket sale point just in case we have issues with Covid next year.  Saves reversing the decision later.

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1 hour ago, Hirstys_12th_Pint said:

Wonder is it has been stated no re-entry and ticket sale point just in case we have issues with Covid next year.  Saves reversing the decision later.

So if there’s no problems they’ll allow re entry?

 

Nah. It’s greed. 

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