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While 2000trees are already planning a huge 2021 following the cancellation of this year's event due to coronavirus, organisers have announced an awesome replacement for the festival in 2020: 2000screens.
The virtual festival will be taking place from July 9-11 (the original dates for this year's fest), with live music, interviews and more happening across 2000trees' social media.
“Obviously we’re gutted that there won’t be a 2000trees this summer, but I can promise you that this is the next best thing,” enthuses James Scarlett.
“We’ve got loads of amazing exclusive content and I’m particularly excited by the live sets from Jimmy Eat World and Jamie Lenman. Honestly, they have to be seen to be believed! There is also an interview between some of the organisers and Sappenin podcast – make sure you tune in for loads of reminiscing and never before told stories plus a couple of line-up hints for 2021.”
The full list of bands involved are (in alphabetical order): Airways, AJJ, Area 11, Beach Slang, Bent Knee, Black Futures, Calva Louise, Cancer Bats, Courage My Love, Creature, Cultdreams, Delaire The Liar, Dinosaur Pile-Up, Enter Shikari, False Advertising, Fatherson, Gaz Brookfield, Haggard Cat, Halflives, Holding Absence, Jamie Lenman, Jimmy Eat World, Leeched, Lizzy Farrall, Marisa and The Moths, Milk Teeth, Nervus, Non Canon, Novacub, Orchards, Oxygen Thief, Phoxjaw, Press to MECO, Queen Kwong, Rews, Saint Agnes, Static Dress, Strange Bones, The Dirty Nil, The Hara, The LaFontaines, The Smith Street Band, The Virginmarys, The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die, Thrice, Thrill Collins, VUKOVI and We Were Promised Jetpacks.
Stay tuned for 2000trees to announce the full schedule very soon.
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