Incineration Fest - Camden Town 09/05/20

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Re: Incineration Fest - Camden Town 09/05/20

Postby houston4044 » Fri Jan 24, 2020 12:02 pm

Ghost wrote:How long before the event do the announce the stage splits? So I can work out clashes.


Having a quick look at last year the stage times and splits were announced on the 6th of May; however it had just sold out a few days before. Don't know if they wait until the week before or when it sells out :|

Good few names added today, hopefully get to see Foetal Juice, will be a good drunken sing along :lol:

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Re: Incineration Fest - Camden Town 09/05/20

Postby Ghost » Fri Jan 24, 2020 12:47 pm

So it sounds like a lot of "work" checking out all the bands on spotify when there's potentially three way clashes.
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Re: Incineration Fest - Camden Town 09/05/20

Postby houston4044 » Mon Jan 27, 2020 10:11 am

Ghost wrote:So it sounds like a lot of "work" checking out all the bands on spotify when there's potentially three way clashes.


I just chuck one of the playlists on and make a note of any band that stands out, wouldn't really call it work :lol:

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Re: Incineration Fest - Camden Town 09/05/20

Postby Ghost » Sat Feb 15, 2020 10:23 am

Is it easy to switch venues at this? Any queuing?

Where's a good place for a late afternoon poo?
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Re: Incineration Fest - Camden Town 09/05/20

Postby bloodfiend » Sun Feb 16, 2020 4:32 pm

Ghost wrote:Is it easy to switch venues at this? Any queuing?

Where's a good place for a late afternoon poo?


Nah no queueing, the only queue is for the wrist band at the start, Ballroom and Underworld are a minute away from each other and you just show your wristband and walk straight through.

Black Heart has probably the best toilets, better than Underworld and Ballroom anyway.

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Re: Incineration Fest - Camden Town 09/05/20

Postby houston4044 » Mon Feb 17, 2020 1:33 pm

Ghost wrote:Is it easy to switch venues at this? Any queuing?


Took like 5/10 mins to get the wristband and then after that it's just walk into a venue with a visible wristband; I managed to jump between venues with no issues other than foot traffic in Camden.

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Re: Incineration Fest - Camden Town 09/05/20

Postby henryburch4 » Mon Mar 02, 2020 6:06 pm

hella of a final announcement
beheaded - yay my favorite band from malta
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Re: Incineration Fest - Camden Town 09/05/20

Postby gavdann » Tue Mar 03, 2020 1:47 pm

houston4044 wrote:
Ghost wrote:Is it easy to switch venues at this? Any queuing?


Took like 5/10 mins to get the wristband and then after that it's just walk into a venue with a visible wristband; I managed to jump between venues with no issues other than foot traffic in Camden.

I guess the main issue is if everyone wants to see a band they put in one of the smaller venues and it gets over capacity.

I'm in two minds whether to camp in one venue for longer and minimise the number of hops to make sure I'm there for the bands I really want to see.

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Re: Incineration Fest - Camden Town 09/05/20

Postby bloodfiend » Tue Mar 03, 2020 4:54 pm

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houston4044 wrote:
Ghost wrote:Is it easy to switch venues at this? Any queuing?


Took like 5/10 mins to get the wristband and then after that it's just walk into a venue with a visible wristband; I managed to jump between venues with no issues other than foot traffic in Camden.

I guess the main issue is if everyone wants to see a band they put in one of the smaller venues and it gets over capacity.

I'm in two minds whether to camp in one venue for longer and minimise the number of hops to make sure I'm there for the bands I really want to see.


Last year there were never any really packed crowds in the Underworld or Black Heart, it was only the Ballroom were things got busy.

I wouldn't stay in one place, the pinging around different stages is what makes it fun.

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Re: Incineration Fest - Camden Town 09/05/20

Postby houston4044 » Thu Mar 05, 2020 6:28 pm

Pinging around was great, when there was a change over for a band you could pop over to another venue and watch another band. Unless all the bands are in one venue I recommend moving around

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Re: Incineration Fest - Camden Town 09/05/20

Postby houston4044 » Fri Mar 13, 2020 2:06 pm

They have/had started announcing which stage a band was on per day. Bloodbath headlining Ballroom, Dark Funeral Subbing and MGLA also. I say had as they've posted about Vomitory today but nothing about what stage...

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Re: Incineration Fest - Camden Town 09/05/20

Postby Ghost » Fri Mar 13, 2020 3:00 pm

My concern about this fest is if the Government's "plan" continues as they say then it will be just when they start the hardcore social distancing. So I'll wait until May to get a ticket.
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Re: Incineration Fest - Camden Town 09/05/20

Postby houston4044 » Sat Mar 14, 2020 5:35 pm

Ghost wrote:My concern about this fest is if the Government's "plan" continues as they say then it will be just when they start the hardcore social distancing. So I'll wait until May to get a ticket.


To be honest I'm resigned to all gigs up until July being cancelled or postponed, any that do go ahead I'll have to play by ear but will be a bonus really.

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Re: Incineration Fest - Camden Town 09/05/20

Postby Ghost » Sat Mar 14, 2020 6:30 pm

houston4044 wrote:
Ghost wrote:My concern about this fest is if the Government's "plan" continues as they say then it will be just when they start the hardcore social distancing. So I'll wait until May to get a ticket.


To be honest I'm resigned to all gigs up until July being cancelled or postponed, any that do go ahead I'll have to play by ear but will be a bonus really.


I'm conflicted because is a gig really worth infected your nearest and dearest anyway?
I see the bad moon arising.

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Re: Incineration Fest - Camden Town 09/05/20

Postby houston4044 » Mon Mar 23, 2020 2:30 pm

Ghost wrote:
I'm conflicted because is a gig really worth infected your nearest and dearest anyway?


They're releasing a statement later today (weird to have an announcement of an announcement of this kind of nature) but imagine it's not happening on the original date at the very least.

Oh I wouldn't go if the risk is too high, I meant I'm resigned to all gigs being off for the foreseeable future; any that were to happen would be a surprise but unlikely I'd attend.