It's happened to me. My niece is 15 and everytime she has Spotify on I'll say 'good god what's this?'I'm actually laughing at this thread....I've become my parents when I was younger, totally slating the music i enjoyed, and i always said I'd never become like that
The only two acts I enjoyed tonight were Phoebie Bridgers and Sam Fender.
Watched St. Vincent earlier and I just didn’t get it, sounded terrible.
That website shows how much of a massive event it is. Well done for those involved. It must take some planning and organising!Looked through the line up as I do each year, think I counted over 40 stages and at least 30-40 acts I would pay to see, and probably another 30 I didn't know I liked yet
If you can't find anything you like maybe music is just not for you no matter how much your friends go on about it.
BBC have the biggest 5 stages streaming live from start to finish. That’s not shyte.Music is subjective, so some acts not for everyone. Personally, thought it was a bit "meh" yesterday. The BBC coverage is shyte so limited to catching bits from bands I like.
Billy Eilish? Not my cup of tea, but she and the crowd looked like they had a good time so job done
Exactly what more can the beeb really do they have basically given you the full sets for all 5 key stages for “free”. Plus the best of the rest will be shown.BBC have the biggest 5 stages streaming live from start to finish. That’s not shyte.
Shame the acoustic stage isn’t added to this list but it’s pretty comprehensive.
There will be 90 full set’s available after the event too. So you can catch up anything you miss. Hopefully something from acoustic stage will be available then.