The 2000trees 2019 line-up
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Frank Turner And More Announced For 2000trees Festival

It’s shaping up to be a tree-mendous weekend…

Come July 1113, Cheltenham’s Upcote Farm will be heaving with people looking to relax amongst nature and watch some excellent bands, starting with Frank Turner who’s just been announced as the second 2000trees headliner (joining You Me At Six).

I’ve been playing the wonderful 2000trees Festival since its inaugural year in 2007, and more than most places in the world it feels like home to me,” says Frank. I’m excited about coming back again in 2019 to headline, my 5th year there. See you in the fields.”

The singer-songwriter will be closing Thursday night, but plenty more bands have been announced to play across the weekend. They are:

Möngöl Hörde, Skinny Lister, Rolo Tomassi, WSTR, LIFE, Petrol Girls, The St. Pierre Snake Invasion, Jim Lockey & The Solemn Sun, Crazy Arm, Sean McGowan, Oxygen Thief, Johnny Lloyd, Brand New Friend, Deux Furieuses and Grace Petrie.

The festival takes place from Thursday July 11 to Saturday 13, at Upcote Farm near Cheltenham in Gloucestershire. Purchase your tickets here.

Check out the full line-up, and 2000trees 2018 aftermovie’ below.

2000Trees Feb 2019 Announcement
Posted on February 4th 2019, 11:43a.m.
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