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Gentlemen of the Road

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On 7 Feb 2013 at 9:44am Rafeeka Mouse wrote:
Personally I think Mumford and Sons are getting a lot of undue flack here! They're a good band that I happen to like. I agree that they're not revolutionary, musically or lyrically and they're not what I would describe as a life changing band, but are we really going to be that stuffy and rigid about everything we listen to? Its somewhat antithetical to the here expressed desires for something that prods at the status quo to prescribe how one should do it. They're not One Direction for chrissakes!
Incidentally, those who have expressed worry about whats being advertised about the town and its provisions, this is from the festival website:
No vehicles will be allowed onto the campsite at Priory Fields, there is limited parking in town, but we‚??re encouraging those camping to come by train as the train station is a 10min walk from the campsite.
Overall, I feel this is a positive thing for the town. Who knows, the response its provoking might just shake up some of the stuffed shirts in Lewes, when one really didn't expect such!
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On 7 Feb 2013 at 10:02am Rookie wrote:
Great stuff. It's about time we had something like this in Lewes. As a footnote hopefully we can get the Rook Inn full to overflowing with Harveys and open for the event . Kerching!
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On 7 Feb 2013 at 10:04am Old Rocker wrote:
20,000 is that all? We have 30,000- 50,000 in the town on the 5th this is brilliant news for the town .Pubs hotels cafe's & shops must be rubbing there hands together so stop moaning and enjoy it this may never happen again in little old Lewes. P.S my kids love Mumford & sons i just hope they can get tickets
 
 
On 7 Feb 2013 at 10:31am Liam wrote:
Wanting to attend but just wondering if there will be day tickets available because nothing has been mentioned apart from the 2 day ticket.
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On 7 Feb 2013 at 2:37pm Ed Can Do wrote:
It's not without precedent either. The Lewes Guitar festival used to be held down there. Hayseed Dixie were the highlight the last time they did it.
 
 
On 7 Feb 2013 at 4:56pm Alexander Lemming wrote:
The website says no day tickets will be available.
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On 7 Feb 2013 at 8:03pm Garethlewes wrote:
This is more like it, people who are open to something that will no doubt be a positive thing for the town. Things like this are what I love about the town, the quirky and the different we don't want the norm in this town that's why it is good to have things like this. Stuffy shirtedness seems to be hereditary though seems some people dont want anything that they don't like therefore they will do everything they can to make it hard for people, who do in fact, like it. Good for the town, good for me, good for stuffy people as they wont be there. If you don't like Mumford and sons, to be hones,t I dont think anyone that does like them gives a rats colon.
 
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On 8 Feb 2013 at 6:33am Horseman7 wrote:
Tickets will go on sale at 8:00am on Tuesday 12th February at Union Music Store.
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On 8 Feb 2013 at 8:30am Old Rocker wrote:
There won't be any left after 11.30 today
 
 
On 8 Feb 2013 at 11:51am Nick wrote:
Old Rocker - any tickets left?
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On 8 Feb 2013 at 12:09pm Old Rocker wrote:
Who cares i have got mine x
 
 
On 8 Feb 2013 at 12:47pm rambo wrote:
does anyone no weather camping is 20 pound per person or 20 pound for a pitch??
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On 8 Feb 2013 at 1:06pm Enry wrote:
20,000 @ £75 = ¬£1.5 mill for the weekend.
Nice little earner, Rodney.
(I hear the Kings Head will be doing tofuburgers for £10.)
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On 8 Feb 2013 at 1:52pm Road of Gentlemen wrote:
Still plenty of tickets it seems. The card holder needs to be present with ID to use the tickets to enter. No reselling has been allowed exactly how all ticket sales should be.
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On 8 Feb 2013 at 3:45pm Horseman7 wrote:
Old Rocker, there are some left. Stevie's sitting on them until sparrowfart on Tuesday.
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On 8 Feb 2013 at 4:17pm Ella wrote:
Does anyone know how I could get a food stand at the event? I'm the manger of the Friday food market and some of my stallholder were asking me. It mentions local producers on the website but doesn't seem to have any contact details.
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On 8 Feb 2013 at 8:10pm Frap wrote:
Ella,
You could try their manager Adam Voith: adam@billions.com
Or try someone at the council as I'm sure they own Convent Fields and would have to have approved this.
 
 
On 9 Feb 2013 at 12:18am sara wrote:
road of gentlemen, how do i get in then, I paid via pay-pay, dummy!
 
 
On 9 Feb 2013 at 11:42am Ella wrote:
Thank you Frap I will try both.
 
 
On 9 Feb 2013 at 11:31pm Sean Cranney wrote:
hey, my mum bought me my tickets, will I be ok getting in with them? It has her name on it...
 
 
On 10 Feb 2013 at 10:44am Road Of Gentlemen wrote:
Sara, It will use the name registered with you paypal account... I would have thought that was obvious you dolt.
Sean, you may have to contact music glue and have them change the name, check which name is on the ticket, if it isn't yours or someone who will be with you when you go in you will not be allowed to enter. You should have read this information before you brought the tickets but here it is:
"To enter this event you must present your e-ticket plus ID matching the name on the ticket at the point of entry. If you need to change the name for any reason please contact support@musicglue.com. The resale of tickets is not allowed"
and here is the info from Music Glue:
TICKET INFORMATION:
1) To enter this event you must present a printed copy of this e-ticket plus ID matching the name on the ticket at the point of entry. If you need to change the name for any reason please contact support@musicglue.com.
2) Check the bottom of the e-ticket(s) for the specific age restrictions of the venue.
3) If you sell this ticket via a reseller such as Seatwave, Viagogo, GetMeIn, TicketsNow, StubHub or Ebay, the ticket will be cancelled without refund. If you have purchased this ticket via any company or individual other than Music Glue, you will not gain entry to the event.
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On 11 Feb 2013 at 1:28am sara wrote:
r,o,g you dick-head, you havent got a clue or an answer,please shut up and let the people speak. The ramblings of a dullard, if you want to be there, you will,1984 doesnot work in lewes, wont be druv by a cock knocker!!!
 
 
On 12 Feb 2013 at 9:58am Aby wrote:
Does anyone know the link to get camping tickets? Can't find it anywhere! Cheers :-)
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On 12 Feb 2013 at 11:20am B&B landlady wrote:
I'm pretty sure they've sold out. (That's what someone asking to camp in my garden told me anyway)
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On 12 Feb 2013 at 12:47pm Roly Mo wrote:
Yes, I saw that the camping had sold out. I think there are still tickets for the gig though.
 
 
On 14 Feb 2013 at 1:38pm Alex Tough wrote:
Hi, we have 6 tickets for the festival but no camping, a bit undecided to be honest. Considering Spring Barn within walking distance, further afield Secret Camp Site Barcombe maybe 5 miles away, or possibly train back to Brighton, although does seem tight for time on the saturday evening with last train I think 20mins past midnight. Any suggestions including use back gardens for a fee gratefully received ! Feel free to email me. many thanks, Alex
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On 14 Feb 2013 at 2:28pm Brixtonbelle wrote:
I'd go to Spring Barn if I was you Aby, it's about a mile walk away, just don't fall in the drianage ditches across the fields en route....
 
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On 15 Feb 2013 at 7:40am Chuck wrote:
There's always Malling Brooks!!
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On 5 Jun 2013 at 10:55pm Cath wrote:
Hello, I'm looking for one or two tickets for the Gentlemen of the Road festival. Please get in touch if you have any to sell.
Thank you very much
Cath


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