As It Is, YONAKA, Cancer Bats And More Are Playing 2000trees
2000trees have made their fourth line-up announcement, and also confirmed that charity FRANK Water will be getting involved in the 2019 edition of the festival.
Joining the bill are: As It Is, YONAKA, The Skints, Cancer Bats, A, Pulled Apart By Horses, Culture Abuse, The Dangerous Summer, Vukovi, Dune Rats, The Bottom Line, DE STAAT, Show Me The Body, cleopatrick, Free Throw, Le Butcherettes, Wallflower, Modern Error, Slow Crush, Dangerface, False Heads, The Wood Burning Savages and Slingshot Dakota.
“I’m very proud of the 2000trees line-up this year and I think the thing getting me most excited at the moment is the number of bands that feel like they are about to break big,” says festival organiser James Scarlett. “If you don’t know all the bands from the following list then get on it now. Culture Abuse, Dune Rats, YONAKA, Free Throw, Drug Church, Gouge Away, ANGEL DU$T, Can’t Swim… I could go on!”
As It Is frontman Patty Walters adds: “We are so unbelievably excited to be performing at 2000trees for the very first time! 2019 has been one of our busiest years in this band’s history, and we can’t wait to bring our most energetic, unrelenting set to one of the best festivals around. We can’t wait to see you there!”
While Pulled Apart By Horses continue: “2000trees has always been one of our favourite UK festivals. They hit the nail on the head every year with the line-up. Buzzing to come back this year with a couple of new tunes to play live. We can’t wait!”
On top of all the amazing band announcements, 2000trees have partnered with FRANK Water to help eliminate single-use plastic on site. See more info on the work they do at frankwater.com.
2000trees takes place from July 11-13 – check out the full line-up below and see more info at twothousandtreesfestival.co.uk.
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