Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Music

2000trees Festival announces more acts

Neck Deep and The King Blues amongst latest additions.

Hopeless records

Award winning, 2000trees Festival has revealed further details of its 2016 line-up, which will include performances from Neck Deep, The King Blues and The Bronx who will join headliners Twin Atlantic and Refused.

Fil from Neck Deep commented: “Really looking forward to 2000trees FestivalThere are some great bands on the lineup that are sure to make it a fun time. There is something really special about British festivals for us and I can’t wait to get on that stage!”

Neck Deep / The King Blues / The Bronx / Lonely The Brave / Basement / We Were Promised Jetpacks / Heck / John Coffey / Dead! / Crooks / Terrible Love / Black Honey / Press To Meco / The Ghost Riders In The Sky and Happy Accidents join headliners Twin Atlantic and Refused

Other acts previously announced are Moose Blood / WSTR / While She Sleeps / Palm Reader / The Smith Street Band / Max Raptor / Blood Youth / Kagoule / Trash Boat / Beasts /  Black Foxxes /  Muncie Girls / Tigercub / Bellevue Days and Jim Lockey

Other info:

– Set in the rolling Cotswold Hills
–  9 onsite stages, including hidden away tents, stages and a stunningly set acoustic stage within a forest
– Silent disco from 11pm to 3am on two onsite stages
– Thursday night early entry night for super-fans (includes returning artists playing the Cave, Axiom & Forest plus comedy on the New Stage)
– VIP tickets offering boutique luxury camping, backstage access, watch a band of choice from side of stage, VIP bar to bump into artists
– Great high quality food traders and bars serving local craft drinks
– Great range of market street traders featuring products from around the globe
– HUGE games & entertainment area, onsite
– Family camping (plus children’s activities)

2000trees takes place in the Cotswolds between 7th and 9th July. 

Advertisement

You May Also Like

Film

Find out which films we loved at tis year's festival.

Film

The latest instalment in the sci-fi franchise expands the universe.

Film

Two guests turn a Christmas meal into a nightmare.

Film

A wacky homage to monster flicks of the 60s.



Copyright © 2020 Entertainment Focus

Entertainment Focus is a trading name of Piñata Media Limited (Reg no: 08435639)

Entertainment Focus uses affiliate links. By buying through the links we may receive a commission for the sale. This has no effect on the price for you