In Pictures: 2000trees Festival 2019
And so another 2000trees festival is in the history books. Since its humble beginnings in 2007, the Upcote Farm weekender has grown into one of the best rock festivals in the UK. This year’s instalment featured a plethora of alternative music, from Frank Turner and Deaf Havana to While She Sleeps and Every Time I Die to Turnstile and Rolo Tomassi – no matter where your tastes in rock’n’roll lie, 2000trees have you covered.
But there’s so much more to the three-day extravaganza than blissing out in the sun to your favourite bands – although that does rule. There’s so much to explore and indulge in onsite, which we’ve captured in visual form below to drive you mad with envy. Seriously, if you’ve never been to 2000trees, make 2020 your year.
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