The main players: The Killers, Foo Fighters and Snow Patrol – also announced are: Festival favourites Kasabian, party starter Pink, indie rockers James, legendary dance duo Basement Jaxx and Brighton pop entities The Kooks. Plus, Brit award winner Amy Winehouse, The Coral, Lily Allen, Welsh group Manic Street Preachers, British Breakthrough Act Brit winners The Fratellis, 2007 ‘Godlike Genius’ NME award holders Primal Scream and mesmerizing singer songwriter Damien Rice. Also, Britrock outfit Babyshambles, alternative Manchester group, Happy Mondays, Scottish hit Paolo Nutini, indie four piece Editors and Grammy nominated KT Tunstall. Finally chart topper Mika, soulful solo artist James Morrison, Corinne Bailey Rae, dance floor queen Sophie Ellis Bextor, US digital sensations The Fray, celebrated return act The Proclaimers and last but by no means least, platinum selling act The Goo Goo Dolls.
And how much did you pay for your ticket, i would go but it costs a fortune, jsut for a WEEKEND!
and has anyone been before, let me know if its worth the money.
Oh yeah and James Brown, he was awesome.
> It's all about The princes Trust, Blazin squad were so
Don't make me do two sets of shifty eyes at you Alfonse :p
A few people I know buy their like that so they avoid the sale rush when they are on general sale the next year and to save some money with the inevitable price rise.
Admittedly this information isn't useful at the moment, but might be if you go to the V festivals every year.
> Why is it fair that you know where I live but I don't know where
> you live?
It's not fair but thats life.
I live in Hillingdon