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djpetegordon0000
Posted: Wednesday, March 18, 2015 11:40:14 AM
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Hi there! First Bluesfest for me a wee crew this year, very much looking forward to it!

Just wondering exactly how long at the sets / set change over times? The timetable just lists start times, but not a finish time, just when the next group/person starts...are we looking at 30min change overs between sets?

Just helps with planning who you can see some of and when it's time to leave to catch the next act at another stage if you've got some clashes

CHUR! :)
rstroud
Posted: Wednesday, March 18, 2015 1:04:05 PM
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djpetegordon0000 wrote:
Hi there! First Bluesfest for me a wee crew this year, very much looking forward to it!

Just wondering exactly how long at the sets / set change over times? The timetable just lists start times, but not a finish time, just when the next group/person starts...are we looking at 30min change overs between sets?

Just helps with planning who you can see some of and when it's time to leave to catch the next act at another stage if you've got some clashes

CHUR! :)


Hi CHUR

Set changes are always 30 minutes so you can plan the acts you want to see on that basis. There will always be dashes to the next set.

Enjoy your first BF !

Rod S
skot20_58
Posted: Wednesday, March 18, 2015 1:59:33 PM
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rstroud wrote:
djpetegordon0000 wrote:
Hi there! First Bluesfest for me a wee crew this year, very much looking forward to it!

Just wondering exactly how long at the sets / set change over times? The timetable just lists start times, but not a finish time, just when the next group/person starts...are we looking at 30min change overs between sets?

Just helps with planning who you can see some of and when it's time to leave to catch the next act at another stage if you've got some clashes

CHUR! :)


Hi CHUR

Set changes are always 30 minutes so you can plan the acts you want to see on that basis. There will always be dashes to the next set.

Enjoy your first BF !

Rod S



Chur is not a name.


Dear Skot,
Are you going to be a goose all your life?
timcook123
Posted: Wednesday, March 18, 2015 2:32:57 PM

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skot20_58 wrote:
rstroud wrote:
djpetegordon0000 wrote:
Hi there! First Bluesfest for me a wee crew this year, very much looking forward to it!

Just wondering exactly how long at the sets / set change over times? The timetable just lists start times, but not a finish time, just when the next group/person starts...are we looking at 30min change overs between sets?

Just helps with planning who you can see some of and when it's time to leave to catch the next act at another stage if you've got some clashes

CHUR! :)


Hi CHUR

Set changes are always 30 minutes so you can plan the acts you want to see on that basis. There will always be dashes to the next set.

Enjoy your first BF !

Rod S



Chur is not a name.


Chur Bro!

When you're lost in the rain in Juarez
And it's Eastertime too
And your gravity fails
And negativity don't pull you through
Don't put on any airs
When you're down on Rue Morgue Avenue
They got some hungry women there
And they really make a mess outta you.

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djpetegordon0000
Posted: Thursday, March 19, 2015 7:49:35 AM
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Hahaha...awesome...sorry, yes, CHUR is not a name, it's a Kiwi slang thing for 'thanks', among other things.

30 mins you say, chur to that! ;)
TheLoneRanger
Posted: Thursday, March 19, 2015 8:36:09 AM
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djpetegordon0000 wrote:
CHUR is not a name, it's a Kiwi slang thing for 'thanks', among other things.

Never heard it used.Must be a regional thing like Bro or Eh or Eh Boy.

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cushlamay
Posted: Friday, March 20, 2015 6:11:03 PM
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TheLoneRanger wrote:
djpetegordon0000 wrote:
CHUR is not a name, it's a Kiwi slang thing for 'thanks', among other things.

Never heard it used.Must be a regional thing like Bro or Eh or Eh Boy.


you must lead a sheltered life Kemosabe
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