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first post and straight in with a flyer

Post about price edited --to all our mates who are attending and DJ ing there this weekend. HAVE A GREAT TIME--hope the sun shines for you all thumbsup.gif

Edited by Karen and Rob Wigley

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Was told tickets are about £50 a day to get in - you should see the price of traders stalls aswell Rob!!!

Alan

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Sorry I didn't mean to cause offense. I was just trying to open a bit of dialogue up whether people were going or not, or what they thought of the line up etc, as not many people in Newcastle are going with it being the other side of the country. I'm clearly not up to scratch with this introduction malarky.

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Yup - will be there.

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I'll be there!

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I really fancy it but yes it is a wee bit pricy!

Joe Bataan, Ann Sexton......It's a dear do for two of you tho. Camping and car parking is extra too!

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Kids under 12 get in free, I believe - We're going 'en famille' on one of the days, haven't decided which one yet. As Al says, it's not too pricey for a day ticket, all things considered...

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May be going, but deffinately not Glamping nono.gif ...... how much!!!

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Was told tickets are about £50 a day to get in - you should see the price of traders stalls aswell Rob!!!

Alan

Afternoon Alan

Think ticket is £55 per day which I assume are typical festival prices

Not being much of a tree hugger i wouldn't know if that was good or bad.........but here is the bang you get for your bucks on

SUNDAY

MAIN STAGE

SOUL CASINO ONE (70s) curated by Eddie Piller

LeRoy Hutson

Craig Charles Funk And Soul Show DJ

Geno Washington And The Ram Jam Band

Deep Funk DJ

The Third Degree

Marshall Chess and Fred Ekander DJ

Rox

Chris Bangs (Soul In One) DJ

The Pickle

John Timlin DJ

SOUL CASINO TWO (70s) curated by Eddie Piller

Chris Hill DJ

Ian Dewhirst DJ

Chris Bangs DJ

Ady Croadell (6Ts/100 Club) DJ

Val Palmer DJ

Corinne Drewery (Swing Out Sister) DJ

Wayne Hemingway DJ

Richard Searle DJ

Jo Wallace DJ

THE WAREHOUSE (80s) curated by Greg Wilson

Greg Wilson DJ

Jazzie B DJ

Optimo DJ

Idjut Boys DJ

Winston Hazel DJ

George Power DJ

Les Spaine DJ

THE ROLLER DISCO curated by Greg Wilson

Joe Negro DJ

Disco Bloodbath DJ

Pablo Contraband (Disco Deviant) DJ

Simon The Preacher DJ

Steve Kotey DJ

Evening: 'Futurama'

Special Guests TBA

Mark Jones - Back To The Phuture DJ

Heaven 17

Gaggle

Afternoon: 'Total Pop'

Special Guests TBA

Chris Sullivan (Wag Club) DJ

Kid Creole And The Coconuts

THE TORCH CLUB (40s) curated by Snowboy

Ray Gelato

Corinne Drewery (Swing Out Sister) (torch set)

Simon Donald

Gwendoline Lamour

The Swing Commanders

Kate Garner

Plus

In Hartley DJ

The Floor Technicians

The Beaux Belles

Tap Classes

LET IT ROCK (50s) curated by Luke Morgan

The Damned

Matchbox

Keb Darge DJ (50s set)

The Lonnie Donegan Band with Pete Donegan

Jessie And The Orbits

Dragster

The Puppini Sisters

Simon The Preacher DJ

Plus

The Lady Luck Club (late night club)

Jive Classes and Roller Girls

THE LEISURE DOME (60s) curated by Mike Flowers

Pretty Things

The Swingle Singers

People Like Us

The Pretty Things with Arthur Brown performing 'SF Sorrow'

Frank Sidebottom

Thunderbirds Are Go

The Karminsky Experience

Jonny Trunk

Ken Nordine's 'Colors'

Pretty Things

Arthur Brown

Plus

The Indigo Club (late night club)

The Martini Kings

Rory Moore

Sounds good to me!

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I may go mad and go for the Saturday night and take my tent.

It's been a while since I went to a proper festival. In fact it's been a while since I put my tent up..I attempted it in the garden the other day but failed miserably.

I think I may need to get one of those pop up tents yes.gif

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I'm down for the Sunday night which is just as well as I've got the 100 Club on the Saturday. It's certainly ambitious and different so let's hope it goes well.

Ady

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I may go mad and go for the Saturday night and take my tent.

It's been a while since I went to a proper festival. In fact it's been a while since I put my tent up..I attempted it in the garden the other day but failed miserably.

I think I may need to get one of those pop up tents yes.gif

I was only saying to Helen last Saturday night, after a nice bottle of Merlot, that it's been a while since I put my tent up. Sadly, from the respose I got I think she feels my camping days may be over...:thumbsup:

...can you get those pop up tents on the NHS, d'you reckon?:lol:

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Looking forward to attending on the sunday thumbsup.gif

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i'm going too. we'll be playing a set on one of the evenings but i think i would be going anyway.

its a very ecelctic mix with some well respected acts. i go to the goodwood revival probably every other year and if it is anywhere near as well done as that it will be great. there will be a whole lot more on offer than just the music too.

as for prices, its about average festival price. not really the (mainstream) superstar acts you get at many festivals but its not about that with this ...... and the other stuff on offer should make it a great experience.

will be in a camper van though, i think my tent days are gonewink.gif

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i'm going too. we'll be playing a set on one of the evenings but i think i would be going anyway.

its a very ecelctic mix with some well respected acts. i go to the goodwood revival probably every other year and if it is anywhere near as well done as that it will be great. there will be a whole lot more on offer than just the music too.

as for prices, its about average festival price. not really the (mainstream) superstar acts you get at many festivals but its not about that with this ...... and the other stuff on offer should make it a great experience.

will be in a camper van though, i think my tent days are gone:wink:

I'm really looking forward to the whole weekend actually!

I'm not DJing at all, just going as a punter.

Summat different if you ask me?

................although I'm copping out and B&Bing it whistling

Cheers

Steve

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definitely something different, a real good mix of styles/eras.

if i wasn't in the camper van i'd be tempted to travel up and back from portsmouth. its only about a 30 min drive ........ and a guy i know locally has chartered an old red routemaster bus to go up and back on the saturday. i think the event itself has done the same for people arriving by train.

of course, they could always get a cab!

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I'm really looking forward to the whole weekend actually!

I'm not DJing at all, just going as a punter.

Summat different if you ask me?

................although I'm copping out and B&Bing it whistling.gif

Cheers

Steve

Me too! Not been to a festival since 1977. Got 2 weekend tickets (for me and my sis) + camping + car parking for £150 off ebay last night. Result cos if i'd have gone through the official website it would have cost about £305! Really looking forward to Joe Bataan! :rolleyes:

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Was told tickets are about £50 a day to get in - you should see the price of traders stalls aswell Rob!!!

Alan

2 for 1 Offer on AOL for AOL users,still cant afford it laugh.gif

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Wouldn't mind going to see Jessie & The Orbits. Mind you that's only because it's my mates daughter who's the singer! :lol::rolleyes:

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55 quid for a day pass???? Anyone know how much a bottle of warm water will be ? :rolleyes:

Edited by SHSDave

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From Eddie Piller...... just had an odd request from my vintage ar goodwood boss wayne hemingway - he's asked me if there are any soul record dealers who would like to sell discs by the side of the stage in the soul casino! over the weekend (a la wigan etc)- no rent either and you gat a free pass - genuine dealers only but mail me if you are one!! ed@acidjazz.co.uk

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From Eddie Piller...... just had an odd request from my vintage ar goodwood boss wayne hemingway - he's asked me if there are any soul record dealers who would like to sell discs by the side of the stage in the soul casino! over the weekend (a la wigan etc)- no rent either and you gat a free pass - genuine dealers only but mail me if you are one!! ed@acidjazz.co.uk

mmmmmmmm Well I'm a genuine 100% Soul Dealer (a la wigan etc) and i've aready paid for the whole weekend??????

Anyhow, anyone going for the weekend, or even for just Sunday, come and check out me stall! I think i'm on 'Penny Lane'

Cheers

Steve

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Sorry I didn't mean to cause offense. I was just trying to open a bit of dialogue up whether people were going or not, or what they thought of the line up etc, as not many people in Newcastle are going with it being the other side of the country. I'm clearly not up to scratch with this introduction malarky.

Take no notice!! :lol::lol:

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They managed to get one and a half of the original Wigan deejays....

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I'll be there on the Sunday along with 5 other freinds & family.

We're on holiday in Dorset anyway so it's only a short drive.

£55 for a day ticket 'aint that bad for what's actually on - Ali & I have been to many festivals over the years and they're extremely pricey these days.

What's not listed in the programme which I heard today is that Johnnie Walkers Sounds of the Seventies show will be live with guests The Faces. I read recently that Rod the mod won't be re-joining and that Mick Hucknall is his replacement!! Might be interesting.

Mick

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the site is looking good from some of the pics they've released.

high st:

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the curry house:

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the cocktail bar:

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and the leisure dome ... complete with orange carpet:

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Thinking about Friday - but getting back on the train may well make it a no go.

Anybody got a spare tent for 2 or place to crash the night?

Happy to pay

Cheers

Col.

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There seems to have been a "reality Check" with prices from the original gumph

i'd like to wish all who are going and the organisers the best of luck with this-from small acorns mighty oaks do grow--

i'd looked early on and unless you "Camp" it was way too expensive

however with a bit of savvy it can be done at a reasonable price

Ive listen to wayne on BBC Radio2 and its all systems go--if my knee was in better shape and the battery not flat on the karrman Ghia I'd seriously consider it

HAVE A GREAT TIME ALL WHO ATTEND

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Me too! Not been to a festival since 1977. Got 2 weekend tickets (for me and my sis) + camping + car parking for £150 off ebay last night. Result cos if i'd have gone through the official website it would have cost about £305! Really looking forward to Joe Bataan! :(

See you on Sunday Mark! I can't wait. It's gonna be a great weekend:thumbsup: .

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Yep, really looking forward to this. It's pretty ambitious but I think they may have hit the nail on the head with this type of event. Someone for everyone by the looks of it with interesting live acts for all, fashion for the ladies and the more sartorially elegant among us, plenty of attractions for families and, most important, plenty of Soul from all eras with a well-though-through line-up so big props to Wayne and all the curators.

I think it'll be a belter! :thumbsup:

How's the weather looking? laugh.gif

Ian D :lol:

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used to have a off the cuff bit of a laugh rule on here many years ago

i used to hit johnnie ot with it now and again

was along the lines of

if ya plug a event more than 5 times you are duty bound to do a review

seeing that this has been left up here in aats (due its one off sort of unusual event feel)

am sure that with all the pics, artists mentioned and that there be a few who be curious how it all went

so would any of you going be up for throwing a lookback up after it all ?

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Yep, I can do a review of the Saturday/Sunday but it could be very subjective 'cos I'm almost guaranteed to have a good time - too many mates there to fail really. So you'll get a predictably optimistic slant from me I reckon. Hopefully a few people can give their views because there's plenty of S.S.ers going in different guises, I.e. DJ's, Sellers and Vintage/Retro fans etc so it'll be interesting to see what peope's views are. There's been a huge upswing in interest and ticket sales in the last couple of weeks so hopefully they've timed it just right!

Should hear some great music too! Earth, Wind & Fire and Leroy Hutson live plus a great DJ lineup that has me salivating as a fan. Oh and if the missus is getting on yer nerves just send 'em to the shops. Job done. It's a no brainer for me! :thumbsup:

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Wouldn't mind going to see Jessie & The Orbits. Mind you that's only because it's my mates daughter who's the singer! :):lol:

Ask your mate if he can get me a copy of their 45 Voodoo Voodoo ,cant get it anywhere its sold out :lol:

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i just watched a report on the goodwood festival on sky news,looks cool

jason

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Just got back from Vintage & have to say I enjoyed it immensely.

The Soul Casino was great so thanks to the DJ's in there not least Ady, Jo & Val.

Only caught one band on the Soul Stage although I didn't get their name. They were very good and it was a nice touch to have guests do some numbers with them.

Beverley Knight guested with The Feeling on the main stage & she was as ever the professional.

Enjoyed the rock tent too although very strange to hear Keb playing rockabilly! The best bit of the whole day for me was The Damned who were effin great but that's another story not for here.

Only one gripe and that is the lack of WC's...

Mick

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had a great weekend too ............ like mick i saw the damned who i thought were a bit half and half. the earlier punky stuff was great but the rest went on a bit. loved the polecats .... and jessie and the orbits. buzzcocks good, liked earth wind and fire and a bit of heaven 17. soul casino was an excellent venue too!

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I thought the entire weekend was a gas. The festival was brilliantly organised and the attention to detail was fantastic. Every one of the different venues and stages all had great sound systems and there was just tons of tons of things to see and places to go. The Soul Casino was absolutely rocking it most of the time and the refreshing thing was seeing so many younger people getting off on Northern and 70's Soul. The music was almost universally great, whichever venue you happened to be in and I thought all the DJ's worked their nuts off. A brilliant nice eclectic LARGE crowd who were pretty much up for anything. Very refreshing.

This was a 100% sell-out with over 20,000 people in attendance over the 3 days and 22,000 on Saturday by all accounts. Hats off to Wayne Hemmingway for getting it so right in every detail. I'm looking forward to next year already!

Ian D :thumbup:

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I thought the entire weekend was a gas. The festival was brilliantly organised and the attention to detail was fantastic. Every one of the different venues and stages all had great sound systems and there was just tons of tons of things to see and places to go. The Soul Casino was absolutely rocking it most of the time and the refreshing thing was seeing so many younger people getting off on Northern and 70's Soul. The music was almost universally great, whichever venue you happened to be in and I thought all the DJ's worked their nuts off. A brilliant nice eclectic LARGE crowd who were pretty much up for anything. Very refreshing.

This was a 100% sell-out with over 20,000 people in attendance over the 3 days and 22,000 on Saturday by all accounts. Hats off to Wayne Hemmingway for getting it so right in every detail. I'm looking forward to next year already!

Ian D :thumbup:

The Saturday night in the Soul Casino was absolutely buzzing, firstly Dr Bob Jones played an amazing mix of Blue Note, Soul, Northern, Crossover, Funk & then Colin Curtis with a mainly 7ts set of Soul, Crossover & Rare Groove, both really created an amazing vibe on the dancefloor which everyone from all decades dug!

Unfortunately after that some guy from Kiss FM came on & completely ruined it for us, some horribly slow dance records to start with followed by a modern mix of 'Superstition' & a horrible cover of a Radiohead record, it was like a Saturday nights kid disco down some chav club, absolutely horrible & we left half way through it was so bad.

That was the only bad point though & the whole day was mindblowingly amazing!

Simon

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The Saturday night in the Soul Casino was absolutely buzzing, firstly Dr Bob Jones played an amazing mix of Blue Note, Soul, Northern, Crossover, Funk & then Colin Curtis with a mainly 7ts set of Soul, Crossover & Rare Groove, both really created an amazing vibe on the dancefloor which everyone from all decades dug!

Unfortunately after that some guy from Kiss FM came on & completely ruined it for us, some horribly slow dance records to start with followed by a modern mix of 'Superstition' & a horrible cover of a Radiohead record, it was like a Saturday nights kid disco down some chav club, absolutely horrible & we left half way through it was so bad.

That was the only bad point though & the whole day was mindblowingly amazing!

Simon

I couldn't even get in it was so packed on Saturday night so I thought I'sd take a look in the 'Let it Rock" maquee, only to hear some brilliant R&B/Popcorn and had room to dance too!! :thumbup:

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I thought the entire weekend was a gas. The festival was brilliantly organised and the attention to detail was fantastic. Every one of the different venues and stages all had great sound systems and there was just tons of tons of things to see and places to go. The Soul Casino was absolutely rocking it most of the time and the refreshing thing was seeing so many younger people getting off on Northern and 70's Soul. The music was almost universally great, whichever venue you happened to be in and I thought all the DJ's worked their nuts off. A brilliant nice eclectic LARGE crowd who were pretty much up for anything. Very refreshing.

This was a 100% sell-out with over 20,000 people in attendance over the 3 days and 22,000 on Saturday by all accounts. Hats off to Wayne Hemmingway for getting it so right in every detail. I'm looking forward to next year already!

Ian D :ohmy:

Great summary Ian. :thumbup:

To see Anne Sexton and Joe Bataan in one day.....incredible!! The whole weekend was fantastic!. thumbup.gif

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A girl I work with went and said it was bosting ! Not a soulie at all (25 !!!) but she said she knew all the words to some of the songs cos I've been brain washing her the last 2 years !!!

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I had a great time DJing in the Soul Casino on Friday night, brilliant weekend all round.

Probably spent most time in the 50's arena, some tremendous r'n'b being played in there!

Had to leave Sunday lunchtime though... sad.gif

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good to meet you briefly friday night john ....... i was the one that didn't look like lemmy!

like you i think i spent most time in the let it rock tent. mainly watching bands but caught a couple of bits of keb darge spinning rockabily stuff and a female DJ (who didn't seem to be advertised by name on the roster) spinning some nice r&b-ish stuff around midnight on saturday night.

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good to meet you briefly friday night john ....... i was the one that didn't look like lemmy!

Indeed, good to meet you sir! Female DJ was Lady Kamikaze, some lovely tunes too!

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I told you it would be brilliant!!!!!!

I really loved the weekend, as did my wife and kids and we will definitely be returning should Vintage be on again next year!

I had a record stall right opposite the Soul Casino, and i must have heard most sets played from first thing Friday to last thing Sunday. I got some footfall from folks going in and out of the venue too! I also had to answer the same question many times over the weekend of 'What's this playing mate?' Good job i'm a know-it-all! Got me a few sales though LOL

Soul wise the acts were superb and many of the DJ's in the Soul Casino did the business. The Soul Casino was a revelation and i think the queue to DJ in there next year from everyone and their dog will have already begun LOL

Ann Sexton was sublime, worth going just for that! She was amazing and what a lovely woman too!

Leroy Hutson was excellent (Hobbsy if you're reading this, you owe me a pint, as it was 1989 the last time he was here! Good luck with the interview with the great man this week too!)

And just how good was Joe Bataan? Bloody brilliant he was! I'm still aching now from dancing to him for 90 minutes solid!

Three acts all on the Soul Stage that i will remember for many a long year!

There was tons of other stuff going on but i'll keep it to that for now!

Congratulations once again to all the Goodwood team and here's to 2011

Cheers

Steve Plumb

www.soulmusic.co.uk

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I had a record stall right opposite the Soul Casino, and i must have heard most sets played from first thing Friday to last thing Sunday. I got some footfall from folks going in and out of the venue too! I also had to answer the same question many times over the weekend of 'What's this playing mate?' Good job i'm a know-it-all! Got me a few sales though LOL

Soul wise the acts were superb and many of the DJ's in the Soul Casino did the business. The Soul Casino was a revelation and i think the queue to DJ in there next year from everyone and their dog will have already begun LOL

Steve, I agree with everything you say. But I think the interesting thing was that during the evening sessions it was full to bursting with a real mixture of well known floor fillers, and less well known quality tunes. They were being played off a mixture of originals, reissues, compilations - from vinyl and CD. The sort of thing that so many on this board absolutely hate, however in 20 odd years of DJing it was one of the best atmospheres I have ever encountered. When Ed, Henry & I played between 10 & 12 on Saturday it felt simply amazing.

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