Saturday, June 30, 2018
Primary Entry: 12:30
Doors open for general admission: 13:30
Last entry: 21:00
Great Oak Stage
The Cure 20:10 - 22:20
Interpol 18:35 - 19:35
Goldfrapp 17:15 - 17:55
Editors 16:00 - 16:45
Slowdive 14:50 - 15:30
Pale Waves 13:40
Ride 19:25 - 20:10
Lisa Hannigan 17:55
Twilight Sad 16:35 - 17:15
This Will Destroy You 15:20
Kathryn Joseph 17:55
Kaelan Mikla 16:35 - 17:15
PG Lost 15:20
Update (June 30th, 2018): Some updates to the schedules...Allthingsmata and Gallops have been removed. End time for The Twilight Sad added. Kaelyn Mikla and Kathryn Joseph have switched spots, so no more conflict between the Sad's set and Kathryn's set.
All times taken from the official BST Hyde Park app.
Posted by Craig at 11:07 AM
Thursday, June 28, 2018
Sunday, June 24, 2018
June 24th, 2018
Royal Festival Hall at Southbank Centre
Twilight Sad set: It Never Was The Same, VTR (new), The Arbor (new), There's A Girl in the Corner, And She Would Darken the Memory, Keep Yourself Warm (Frightened Rabbit cover).
Set 1 (From There to Here): Three Imaginary Boys, At Night, Other Voices, A Strange Day, Bananafishbones, A Night Like This, Like Cockatoos, Pictures of You, High, Jupiter Crash, 39, Us or Them, It's Over, It Can Never Be The Same.
Set 2 (From Here to There): Step Into The Light, The Hungry Ghost, alt.end, Last Day of Summer, Want, From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea, Disintegration, If Only Tonight We Could Sleep, Sinking, Shake Dog Shake, One Hundred Years, Primary, A Forest, Boys Don't Cry.
Note: Faith was listed on the official setlist, but was not played. Primary took its spot in the set.
Reviews & Articles: The Guardian / The Times / The Telegraph / The Arts Desk / NME / Slicing Up Eyeballs / CoS / Alternative Press
Periscope: A bit of soundcheck / The Twilight Sad audio / Cure Audio (all thanks to Snuffybear!)
Videos: 21 minutes, mix of songs / Three Imaginary Boys / Three Imaginary Boys & At Night / A Strange Day 1 - 2 - 3 / Bananafishbones / Like Cockatoos 1 - 2 / Jupiter Crash / Us or Them / It's Over / It Can Never Be The Same / Last Day of Summer / If Only Tonight We Could Sleep 1 - 2 / Sinking 1 - 2 - 3 / Shake Dog Shake / One Hundred Years /
"Curator Robert Smith closes the 25th Meltdown festival with an exclusive show at Royal Festival Hall, with support from The Twilight Sad.
He is joined onstage by four of his curious friends – and other, imaginary accompanists – to perform special interpretations based on a very particular selection of songs he has sung throughout the years."
@CraigatCoF schedule from reception desk , not see this one is still valid 😅🙄 pic.twitter.com/vqWqIPI6TK— Eric le Curiste (@ericlecuriste) June 24, 2018
Posted by Craig at 9:57 AM