2000 Trees 2019 | Upcote Farm Cheltenham  | Sat 13th July 2019 Lineup

2000 Trees 2019

Upcote Farm in Cheltenham

Thursday 11th - Saturday 13th July 2019

Thu 10:00am til Sun 3:00am

No age restrictions

2000trees is all about the music. We’ll give you more than 120 of the absolute best new and underground acts from the worlds of rock and indie.

 

2000 Trees 2019 on Thursday 11th - Saturday 13th July 2019

For the most up-to-date information about this event, please go here: 2000trees Festival Guide

2000 Trees is back for 2019, bringing the best from the underground world rock and indie to Upcote Farm for 3 days of splendour. 11/12/13 July 2019

THE BASICS
The multi award winning 2000trees is a 10,000 capacity music festival set in the rolling Cotswold Hills. You’ll get 3 nights camping and a friendly, intimate atmosphere – plus amazing food and locally produced ciders, ales & lagers.

THE MUSIC
2000trees is all about the music. We’ll give you more than 120 of the absolute best new and underground acts from the worlds of rock and indie, plus some more established acts to close out the night. Previous bands that have played 2000trees include Enter Shikari, Frank Turner, At The Drive In, Twin Atlantic, Frightened Rabbit, Slaves, Nothing But Thieves, Blood Red Shoes, Band of Skulls, The Bronx, Wolf Alice, Public Service Broadcasting, 65daysofstatic, Lower Than Atlantis, And So I Watch You From Afar, Future of the Left, Dan le Sac vs Scroobius Pip and Hundred Reasons.

THE PRESS

– “Britain’s Coolest Festival” (Kerrang! Magazine 2018)
– “The UK’s coolest independent festival” (Total Guitar)
– “The ‘anti mainstream festival’ you should go to” – (Metro)
– “It is, and always has been, a place where music is champion” – (Upset)
– “A magnificent weekend” (Rock Sound)
– “Diverse, intense, challenging, and down-right incredible music. truly extraordinary, long may it continue” (The Independent)
– “The best festival in the UK – and that’s not going to change any time soon” (Stereoboard)
– “2000trees lives up to all the promises, it was the most pleasurable of festivals. fantastic festival and atmosphere” (Summer Festival Guide)
– “Top 10 small festivals” (The Guardian)
– “A festival set up by festival lovers for festival revellers… it might be small but it packs a punch.” (Virtual Festivals)
– “The most music-focused festival” (Itch, The King Blues)
– “My favourite UK festival” (Frank Turner)

THE FANS
Here’s what some of our fans had to say recently on Twitter…

– @2000trees I was in the Hundred Reasons pit with the organisers. When was the last time you saw Eavis or Benn in the pit. Didn’t think so
– @2000trees The only festival you can sleep with a white Russian and wake up smelling like a badgers bottom ;p
– @2000trees is the Christmas of festivals- it comes around once a year, there’s loud music and everyone’s drunk by lunch time
– @2000trees A festi called trees really is the bees knees, there’s lots of beer n music 2 hear, it’s by far the best part of my year
– @2000trees Friend Makin’, Leaf Loungin’, Cider Drinkin’, New Bandin’, Cave Dwellin’, Main Stagin’, Fun Lovin’, Greenhousin’

THE UK FESTIVAL AWARDS

– Winner of ‘Best Medium Festival’ – UK Festival Awards 2018
– ‘Supporter of Emerging Talent’ Champion – Association of Independent Festivals Awards, 2014
– Winner of the “Grass Roots Festival” award – UK Festival Awards, 2010, 2013 & 2017
– Short-listed for Best Small Festival – UK Festival Awards, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
– Finalist in the Fans’ Favourite Festival – UK Festival Awards, 2011

About:
Founded in October 2006, 2000trees was created by 6 music fans tired of overpriced mainstream events that care more about profits than people. Music festival veterans themselves after attending all the main industry events over a decade, James, Rob, Andy, Brendan, Mark and Si decided that they could do it better themselves.

None of the 6 had any industry experience, simply a passion for music and the desire to create a dynamic, energetic and accessible event that put the festival-goer at the top of their priority list.

“Often the best small festivals spring from an organic labour of love and a long-time dream which has been shared by thousands more. These festivals should be celebrated, not just for the courage, vision, commitment and often personal sacrifice invested by their organisers, but also because they never forget where they’ve come from, supporting their local communities and new music along the way while retaining an independent spirit and resisting commercial saturation. All hail the grass roots festivals and their creators!” (UK Festival Awards, 2013)

Festivals Guide: 

This event is part of our Festivals 2019 guide

Music Genres: 

Alternative, Indie, Metal, Rock

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Entry Prices

Entry price (public): Starting from 60.00 (incl BF) (Additional fees may apply)

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