7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

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Re: 7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

Post by roundbitsofplastic » Wed Oct 01, 2014 10:58

davo wrote:Just throwing another spare ticket into the mix, if anyone needs one.. although of course, Verity's should be the next one to go as thats been on offer longer..
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Re: 7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

Post by Trev » Wed Oct 01, 2014 11:07

Is everyone from out of town bailing out on this?
not really here

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Re: 7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

Post by darvé » Wed Oct 01, 2014 11:12

Trev wrote:Is everyone from out of town bailing out on this?
Clare has to work :(
and that snare drum, that drum roll
means we've got a winner

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Re: 7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

Post by a layer of chips » Wed Oct 01, 2014 14:19

Put all your spare tickets on the Facebook page; there's people on there looking for tickets.

Sorry to hear about Clare, Dave. That's shit.

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Re: 7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

Post by kieran kawaii » Wed Oct 01, 2014 16:20

roundbitsofplastic wrote:
kieran kawaii wrote:yo i'm looking for a spare ticket? is that spare ticket still available? please
Aye, you should message Vezrity about it. Or send me your email address/phone no. and I'll make sure she gets it.
oh tight, have done so. thanks

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Re: 7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

Post by timahall » Wed Oct 01, 2014 20:20

Trev wrote:Is everyone from out of town bailing out on this?
I'm from out of country and i'm definitely coming!

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Re: 7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

Post by a layer of chips » Wed Oct 01, 2014 20:46

If everyone from out of town bailed, there'd be about 20 people there...

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Re: 7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

Post by Silver Girl » Thu Oct 02, 2014 11:40

a layer of chips wrote:If everyone from out of town bailed, there'd be about 20 people there...

*famous last words*
We're still coming! (I think...) What's the best bus to get from the train station please?
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Post by a layer of chips » Thu Oct 02, 2014 12:08

I There aren't any direct buses, unfortunately. You can get a tram fairly close, but I'm guessing your legs still a bit gammy. Might be easier to get a cab. shouldn't cost you more than a fiver.

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Re: 7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

Post by a layer of chips » Thu Oct 02, 2014 12:16

If you're getting a tram get off at High School. It's about three minutes walk from there.

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Re: 7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

Post by Silver Girl » Thu Oct 02, 2014 12:58

Thanks for that, cab it is then...anyone else quite excited about this yet?
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Re: 7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

Post by Shaun A » Thu Oct 02, 2014 14:41

Very!

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Re: 7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

Post by darvé » Fri Oct 03, 2014 09:27

So how do the trams in nottingham work then? can you buy a ticket onboard, or is there a machine.. i get THE FEAR with unfamiliar public transport..

i'll probably walk it..
and that snare drum, that drum roll
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Re: 7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

Post by knibbles » Fri Oct 03, 2014 23:10

davo wrote:So how do the trams in nottingham work then? can you buy a ticket onboard, or is there a machine.. i get THE FEAR with unfamiliar public transport..

i'll probably walk it..
Get on tram.

Hope ticket man/woman doesn't come.

If they do, buy a ticket.

It's not anywhere near as hard as terrifying London Public Transport, you'll be fine!
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Re: 7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

Post by crystalball » Sat Oct 04, 2014 08:10

Have a wonderful time at this, everyone! x

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Re: 7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

Post by PontiacB » Sun Oct 05, 2014 11:59

Great day yesterday, many thanks to everyone involved in putting it on. Really enjoyed all the bands, but have to highlight Slum Of Legs who I hadn't seen before and thought were great.
We had to leave at 9 to get the train home, but hope the rest of it was as good.

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Re: 7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

Post by kieran kawaii » Sun Oct 05, 2014 15:42

excellent day/night (Y)

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Re: 7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

Post by Dan Pop-o-matic » Sun Oct 05, 2014 16:32

Yeah, this was ace as always. Didn't see a bad band, and really enjoyed a couple of bands I thought I wouldn't (based on their recorded output or previous times I'd caught them). Fireworks, Night Flowers, Spook School and Wimpshake (covering ONSIND) were particular highlights. Sad to miss When Nalda Became Punk but I had to eat/sit down for a bit. The heat in the back room didn't seem as oppressive this year either.

Best of all though was seeing lovely indiepop people again. You're alright you lot.

So cheers Nottinghams. A highlight of the year as usual.

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Re: 7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

Post by tonieee » Sun Oct 05, 2014 19:30

It was a brilliant, brilliant day. A fantastic lineup and it was great meeting up with people. Thanks to all involved. I'm looking forwards to next year's already. :-D

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Re: 7th Annual Nottingham Pop All-Dayer, 4th October

Post by sweepingthenation » Sun Oct 05, 2014 20:03

Doubt I'm alone in thinking this but, as difficult it must be to put in order based on experience/prestige, the Spook School were far too good to be playing fifth on the bill. Slum Of Legs were magnificent, and it feels far too long since I've been aurally serrated in the fashion the Manhattan Love Suicides manage. And again, a great set of people to be hanging around a warm back room all day with.

Goose Fair, by contrast, is overrated.

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