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Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Indietracks Festival 2014: Timetables

Indietracks 2014 timetables' were unveiled some days ago, so as we do with Primavera Sound, we wanted to post our "route" within the Festival. But completing our schedule (Saturday in particular) has been an incredibly tough task. Still have to figure out about distances between stages, but as a first attempt, this is what our Indietracks 2014 looks like:

Friday, July 25th, Outdoor Stage
17:50 Teen Canteen
18.50 Spearmint
19:50 The Chills
21:15 Allo Darlin'
No problems and zero doubts here, just four bands to enjoy...

Saturday, July 26th
14:40-15:20 The Royal Landscaping Society (Outdoor Stage)
15:40-16:20 Thee AHs (Outdoor)
16:40-17.20 Linda Guilala (Outdoor)
18:40-19:20 The Spook School (Outdoor)
19:20-20:00 Nat Johnson (Church Stage)
20:00-21:00 Dean Wareham (Indoor Stage)
21:15-22:15 Gruff Rhys (Outdoor)
Huge drama, even bigger than the ones we recurrently have at Primavera Sound. Nat Johnson clashing with The Popguns and Joanna Gruesome? Dean Wareham clashing The Popguns and The Proper Ornaments? Manhattan Love Suicides clashing with The Spook School? Needless to say, this day will see changes for sure...

Sunday, July 27th
13:00-13:40 The Swapsies (Indoor Stage)
14:20-15:00 Watoo Watoo (Church Stage)
15:00-15:40 The Wendy Darling (Indoor)
16:00-16:40 The Hobbes Fanclub (Indoor)
16:40-17:20 The Very Most (Outdoor Stage)
17:20-18:00 The Yearning (Church
18:00-18:40 Night Flowers (Indoor)
19:00-19:40 The Just Joans (Indoor)
20:00-21:00 Withered Hand (Indoor)
21:15-22:15 The Hidden Cameras (Outdoor)
Aiming to see ten bands, including our dear Swapsies, Watoo Watoo and of course, The Very Most... and you know what? We are still forced to miss some bands we would love to see Cosines & The Flatmates. What an impressive line-up this is, Indietracks.

Sure it won't be the final schedule!

2 comments:

  1. Indietracks has the same size as the area where the rayban stage is at primavera. You don't have to walk more then 5 minutes between stages. The church is very small and can only hold about 100 people. So if you want to see a band over there you''ll have to be early or wait in a que. Last year there were about 1.200 people and there is a great vibe. So enjoy the music, but don't forget to enjoy the people, rhe workshops, the trains and the warm beers :). I am still making my mind up which bands to see. I love to see the Manhattan Love Suicides, Allo Darlin', Flatmates and Linda Guilala. Maybe see you there.

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    1. Thanks for the advice Frank, greatly appreciated. 5 minutes within stages, that's cool (particularly compared with Primavera) :D
      Yeah, see you there!

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