my argument: first hand experience. your argument: someone else's video.
besides, I never made the argument that they are never intrusive. just that I have never found them intrusive.
The Springsteen Glasto clip made that footage close to unusable to air on TV. 45% of attendees wanted flags banned altogether when Glasto took a poll in 2009.
Originally Posted by ameeps
Oof indeed...now's my first time hearing about that and it breaks my heart a little. I can't decide if i'm mad at Glastonbury or not. It would be wrong and probably go against contracts to bump someone down, but at the same time, it's also wrong to not let a dying man play with one of the greatest bands of all time. Shit. And you can't just put them on a small stage or a riot will break out. It was clearly a very difficult decision that's for sure...
Ask the previously booked headliners, one will step aside. New orleans jazz fest had John Mayer bump himself after Springsteen wanted in last minute.