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2000trees Festival Announces Third Headliner And Loads More Bands

The third main stage headliner for 2000trees has been announced – plus many more.

Deaf Havana have been announced as 2000trees’ third main stage headliner, with a ton more bands confirmed for the rest of the festival, too.

Joining the likes of You Me At Six, Frank Turner, Every Time I Die, Frank Iero and loads more are: Deaf Havana, Flogging Molly, Turnstile, Drug Church, Can’t Swim, The Black Queen, Wicca Phase Springs Eternal, Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly, ANGEL DU$T, Dream State, The Number Twelve Looks Like You, Blood Youth, Palm Reader, Holding Absence, Conjurer, Press to MECO, Normandie, Allusinlove, Haggard Cat, Cold Years, Holiday Oscar, A.A.Williams and Sœur.

Personally I’m so excited to headline 2000trees Festival,” says Deaf Havana drummer Tom Ogden.” Last time Deaf Havana headlined my daughter was born, so I didn’t make it! It’s the only show I’ve ever missed, so I’m so thankful that we’ve been asked back!”

Ever since we started the band, England has been a second home to us,” add Can’t Swim. “Ever since we started the band we’ve wanted to be at 2000trees. Seeing the line up for this year has me even more excited to be apart of the festival. Very much looking forward to it.”

Can’t. Wait.

Check out the poster below:

2000trees Festival

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Issue K!1762
Posted on February 27th 2019, 10:35am
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